LONDON, 14 APRIL, 2015 – Videalert, the UK’s leading supplier of traffic enforcement and management solutions, is unveiling a revolutionary new CCTV vehicle at Parkex 2015 on stand P162. Used in conjunction with Videalert’s unique Digital Video Platform, it will enable councils to run multiple traffic enforcement and management applications simultaneously with crime prevention and community safety initiatives such as detecting “black listed” vehicles, fly-tipping and anti-social behaviour. This will reduce infrastructure costs whilst improving productivity and efficiency.
According to Tim Daniels, Sales and Marketing Director of Videalert: “The new CCTV vehicle provides a flexible and cost effective solution that will enable councils to enforce all types of moving traffic offences and parking exemptions specified by the Department for Communities and Local Government in the Deregulation Bill, which include no-parking areas around schools, bus stops, bus lanes and red routes.”
The new enforcement vehicle features two digital HD cameras. The first one is mounted close to rooftop level and provides a 360° panoramic view. Videalert’s smart video processing technology enables it to be configured as any number of virtual cameras with separate processing per camera. Intrinsically robust and tested to meet the rigours of vehicle mounting, the camera is exceptionally reliable and eliminates the need for multiple cameras to achieve views around the vehicle.
A hydraulic mast mounted 1080p resolution digital Predator HD PTZ camera offers superior image quality with a massive 30x and 20x optical zoom capability. It offers special low light options and the ability to add white or infra-red lighting. This allows zooming over significant distances while maintaining high quality images. The camera is also ONVIF compliant.
Videalert’s new CCTV vehicle can be deployed for unattended or attended operations and combines ANPR with video analytics to automatically deliver highly accurate video evidence of vehicles that commit civil traffic offences. It can also simultaneously provide vehicle plate read data to Police ANPR databases (BOFII) and traffic management systems (UTMC).
Videalert is one of the UK’s leading suppliers of traffic enforcement and management solutions. The company provides an intelligent digital video platform for delivering civil traffic enforcement, traffic management and improved community safety applications from the same infrastructure. This future-proofed solution combines sophisticated video analytics with ANPR and offers a full range of deployment options including wired LAN, Wi-Fi LAN, 3G/4G WAN, mobile, attended and unattended as well as supporting all analogue and ONVIF compliant digital megapixel cameras. For further information, please visit www.videalert.com or contact:
Tim Daniels, Videalert Ltd, Tel: 0208 582 0440