All the benefits of ANPR without incurring the cost of a server to run it on.
- No server or cloud subscription required
- Easy to configure
- Convenient user interface
- Separate secured login to manage the ANPR events
- High number plate recognition accuracy (>95%)
- Unified ANPR events list
- Unified white and blacklists
- Up to 1000 number plates
- Barrier management – automatic and manual
- Perfect for car parks and residential areas
By delivering all the benefits of ANPR without incurring the cost of a server to run it on, Serverless ANPR offers an affordable edge-based solution for car parks, petrol stations and small residential estates with multiple entrances/exits, barriers or roadways.
It is therefore not surprising that this Intelligent Traffic Management solution has already been recognised with two industry awards. The readers of GIT SECURITY, one of Europe’s leading security trade publications, have chosen Serverless ANPR in October as the winner of the Security Management and Security Solutions category in the GIT SECURITY Awards 2021. This excellent news follows on from the recent announcement that the solution, which is ideal for small site management, was appointed runner-up in the Business Intelligence Solutions category of the 2020 Benchmark Innovation Awards.
Easy to configure camera-to-camera IP communication technology enables up to 4 Wisenet ANPR cameras, 1 master camera and 3 slaves, to simultaneously capture and transmit data to a convenient user interface. Taking advantage of a powerful chipset, Serverless ANPR is able to capture the number plates of vehicles moving at up to 50 km/h with 95% accuracy.
It is designed to offer an affordable edge-based solution for car parks, petrol stations and small residential estates with multiple entrances/exits, barriers or roadways. With Serverless ANPR, you can automatically control the movement of up to 1,000 white listed cars through barriers via camera relay outputs.
An API is available to system integrators to provide the opportunity to integrate with third-party software and systems.