OMNIQ to Deploy AI-Based License Plate Reader in Himalayas
Tuesday, July 07, 2020 | Comments

OMNIQ received an order to provide its artificial intelligence (AI)-based safe city systems for a country in the Himalaya mountain range. OMNIQ’s automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) system can capture license plates of vehicles and motorcycles traveling along selected roads and gateways. OMNIQ expects additional orders to follow.

Using unique and robust AI-based computer vision and technology, OMNIQ’s ALPR systems are effective even in remote of locations, for the collection and transfer of critical license plate and vehicle information to local homeland security and law enforcement authorities. The algorithms that the machine-vision technology employs enable the reading of all types of license plates from a wide range of countries. This capability used in combination with OMNIQ’s SeeControl server alerts authorities and enables quick reaction and crime prevention.

"Our superior algorithm is adaptable to support law enforcement and homeland security needs in safe city systems in the U.S. and throughout the world, with systems based on our machine vision ALPR technology currently deployed in hundreds of locations, providing valuable information to police and municipalities,” said Shai Lustgarten, CEO of OMNIQ. "We are seeing tremendous interest in our safety systems, which are operational in some of the most sensitive regions of the world and have proven to be an essential tool in crime prevention and we’re energized by the opportunities we’re seeing to make the world a safer place.”

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