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A recently established technology partnership with Videalert adds to Wavestore’s open platform video management software, the companies say.
The firms say that the interoperability between Wavestore’s software and Videalert’s Intelligent Digital Traffic Management platform offers local authorities and police a tool to collaborate and share video surveillance, whilst achieving a faster return on investment.
Videalert offers intelligent traffic enforcement and management systems for road safety and traffic flows. The product combines ANPR technology with video analytics and as with Wavestore’s open platform VMS, Videalert is able to support both analogue and IP network based ONVIF compliant, high definition megapixel cameras.
By simultaneously running video analytics and ANPR, Videalert is not dependent on reflective number-plates to capture data and therefore detects more vehicles involved in traffic offences than standard ANPR it is claimed. The visually verified real-time data can assist with the enforcement of moving traffic offences such as bus lanes, banned turns and box junction infringements, pictured, also providing a method of detecting incidents and relaying the information to a city’s traffic control centre, where operators can view, via the Wavestore VMS, live video images or review recorded images of an incident.
The firms add that local authorities and police can monitor major routes and generate accurate journey time information to tackle congestion across a city. The captured data can be used for traffic modelling purposes in order to optimise the design of future transport schemes, and can provide support for crime prevention and investigations.
And Tim Daniels, Sales and Marketing Director for Videalert Ltd, said: The integration of our technologies fully complements and enhances our strategy for enabling our clients to run multiple CCTV applications from a single platform. This will provide added value to our customers seeking an integrated approach for improving road safety, traffic flows and reducing crime in our cities.”