Mobility Parking Software


License Plate Recognition Camera technology has been around for quite some time to help identify and log vehicles that drive through a specific area. In the early years, this technology was used in large part by city law enforcement looking to monitor the vehicles driving in and out of city limits. However, since its introduction many housing communities have seen an opportunity to take advantage of the LPR camera’s ability to improve security and efficiency at entrances/exits – making it one of the most popular surveillance technologies available today

Implementing LPR technology for monitoring vehicles has many benefits for both the community and law enforcement. Community Management has the ability to know exactly who’s coming into any given property with the ability to create custom hotlists for troublesome individuals that have been barred from entering. If a person on the list is spotted driving around, law enforcement will be alerted to prevent an incident before it occurs. Not only does it give managers peace of mind but also those living within these areas because they’ll know someone is watching out for them!

Additional Benefits of Implementing LPR Cameras in Housing Communities:

  • Increased security: LPR cameras capture all vehicles entering and exiting a community.
  • Automated Access Control: Gates at entry and exit points of the community can be opened and closed automatically as a vehicle approaches and the license plate is read. 
  • Ease of Use: Community members can register their vehicles and guests’ vehicles easily through a web application. 
  • Share Information:  Instantly share data with the local law enforcement agency to check license plates against criminal databases to keep your community safe.
  • Residential Appeal: Higher-quality residents are attracted to communities that offer technologically advanced safety features. Vice Versa, residents who do not cooperate with the law are deterred from residing in these area’s 

If your community is looking to increase overall safety, security, & Appeal or would like more information on how LPR works, please contact Connor Sheil ( or visit 

Connor Sheil 

Growth and Development Manager 

omniQ VISON 


Author: Connor Sheil, Growth and development manager at omniQ
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Key Factors to Consider When Selecting Your Access Control System.

What do borders, gated communities, parking lots, corporate facilities, mixed-use properties, schools, & universities all have in common?

The undebatable need for effective Access Control.

Access Control systems aren’t “one size fits all”. Here are a few key factors to consider when deciding the most efficient way to manage your area.

  1. Does it require key cards or hangtags? If the answer is yes, there is added risk and complications that happen frequently and cost more money. Example lost key cards are expensive to replace & inconvenient to scan in inclement weather. The most ideal system uses the employee, student, or residence vehicle to grant access.
  2. Are scheduling features available? With powerful scheduling features, an access control system allows you to grant access to certain people for specific days and times, as well as for specific lots.
  3. Does it thoroughly log dates & times of arrivals and departures? Is it backed by video footage? A person’s access to a specific area during an incident will be visible to you in the event of an accident or theft. In addition to just securing the area, this feature is useful for gathering information on who enters and exits, when, and how often.
  4. Will it alert authorities if a criminal or black-listed patron attempts to gain access to the premises? Unwanted visitors can often pose a significant threat. Whether it’s a terrorist at the border, a disgruntled employee bent on revenge or an on the run criminal, etc… Proactive security measures should be in place to quickly address the issue & eliminate potential disasters.
  5. Is it easy to use, reliable, and credible? If it isn’t easy to use, durable, reliable, & accurate; You’re throwing money down the drain. Systems like omniQ’s AI-based Qshield & PERCS are easy to use and backed with a guarantee of accuracy.

We hope this list gives you a comprehensive and unique understanding of the most important factors to consider when deciding on the best system that fits your individual needs. If you have additional questions, feel free to reach out. Our team of dedicated experts is ready to help!


omniQ, Inc. Will Launch Route Edge Software at IBIE 2016

Route Edge is a configurable and scalable solution that is ideal for the consumer goods or food and beverage industries.

Eugene, OR – September 30, 2016 –omniQ, Inc., “The Company” (NASDAQ: QUES), announced today that Route Edge, a new enterprise software solution designed to increase the performance of field employees, will officially launch its software at the upcoming International Baking Industry Exposition (IBIE).

Route Edge consists of a suite of applications for direct store delivery (DSD), pick-up and delivery (PAD), proof of delivery (POD), pre-sales, and DEX interface. Included are mobile applications for a variety of Android devices and a dashboard for reporting and analytics.

In order to create Route Edge, omniQ leveraged over two decades of innovation and experience with manufacturing, distribution, and logistics supply chain operations. This software solution boosts productivity and performance through the use of customer information and sales history. This process helps forecast the proper combination of products in the right amounts, so out-of-stocks and returns are minimized. The end result is a 98% reduction in errors.

To learn more about Route Edge, visit omniQ at booth #3031 at the International Baking Industry Exposition. The Baking Expo is the largest U.S.-based event for the grain food industry, and it is recognized as the premier event for fresh technologies, resources, and tools. The expo takes place from October 8th to October 11th at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

George Zicman, Sr VP of Sales added “I want to take this opportunity to thank many of the industries’ top consumer goods and fresh produce companies that helped us create Route Edge, a direct store delivery (DSD) solution.  Combining their input and our experience, we were able to create a leading edge software designed to increase productivity, improve inventory management and also simplify the ordering process.  Last but not least, I want to thank our software team, they did a great job! ”

If you are interested in learning more or would like to set up a meeting with a omniQ representative at IBIE 2016, or contact us at

About omniQ

omniQ is a leading provider of handheld and wireless solutions, extending current IT infrastructure and applications to the mobile workforce. Customers in distribution, manufacturing, logistics, and retail use omniQ to improve profits, increase efficiencies, and manage inventories.

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