Zamir Recognition Systems introduces the New "All-in-One" ANPR system

Zamir Recognition Systems the leading License Plate Recognition (LPR/ANPR) manufacturer from Israel, introduced last month its New "All-in-One" recognition system - InSignia 4

Zamir’s new LPR concept

IMGA750007.jpgZamir’s new InSignia 4 revolutionizes LPR technology. Forget about installing cameras, external lighting, loop detectors, controllers, I/O units and PC’s and all the cabling needed to connect them together. InSignia 4’s unified architecture eliminates the need for heavy investment in infrastructure by incorporating the entire LPR system in a single, compact housing. Simply add power and a network cable, and you are done!
An InSignia 4 LPR System consists of one or more InSignia Lane Controllers networked for easy control and management. Each Lane Controller includes imaging hardware, long-life LED illumination, Zamir’s proprietary Virtual Vehicle Detector© software and LPRware, all in one convenient, unified housing.
An InSignia 4 Lane Controller can become an integral part of the customer’s network, easily integrating with third party applications, or it can operate as a stand-alone unit.
zamir.jpgInSignia is a complete Four-in-One package with:
• Continuous Image Capture
• Long-life, Day and Night Illumination
• Virtual Vehicle Detector©
• LPR Recognition and Processing Power

InSignia 4 simplify the need for infrastructure, cabling etc., IS4 the first ANPR system that presents "Plug and Play" conception!
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