Driven by ever-increasing needs for security, omniQ products serve as core technology enablers for management and automation of safe city sites, enforcement, critical facilities, border crossings, secure access control and other logistics systems.
Securing Cities and sites with omniQ VRS systems for Surveillance, Monitoring, Enforcement and Alerts
omniQ systems can be deployed to provide urban areas with accurate, real time reporting of vehicle data including plate number, car make and model, jurisdiction, speed as well as pre-defined events throughout the area’s specified monitoring zones on a regular 24/7 operational basis, and in all prevailing weather conditions. omniQ provides valuable information to end users in the security, enforcement and logistics sectors. Hundreds of sites are now monitored by omniQ solutions across the globe, with projects ranging from small city installations to mega city deployments.
The Vehicle Recognition System (VRS) includes a network of high speed cameras that are connected to the SeeControl middle-ware server. The server can work either as a stand alone solution or connect to a command and control server.
As a stand alone solution, the SeeControl server can interface with any number of databases to identify a broad range of parameters of vehicles that are listed on these databases. A hot list will be generated and distributed to all VRS systems over the network, allowing the system to monitor traffic and to detect stolen, hot-list, or suspicious vehicles, as well as collect intelligence on all passing traffic for future reference.
As an input to a command and control center, the SeeControl server can be interfaced to the central server via omniQ Software Development Kit (SDK) or via special extensions tailored for the project. All events will be reported in real time to the center.
Security and automation work hand in hand, and complement each other for critical sites such as infrastructure facilities, airports, and public buildings.
omniQ Vehicle Recognition Systems (VRS) are installed at the main entrance to many Critical Facilities and can be fine-tuned to specific use cases anywhere in the world. The VRS systems read license plates, along with car make and model, and interface with security forces, or other data bases in real time creating alerts for suspicious or other problematic vehicles.
omniQ has specific competencies and capabilities in the homeland and general security sector both for security and logistics. omniQ’s Critical Asset Protection Systems screen every car arriving at the entry and exit gates to a facility. The system can interact with security services databases in real time – checking each license plate and vehicle for potential security problems.
With its rich set of features, omniQ VRS provides valuable data from vehicle information
Law enforcement and homeland security organizations are responsible for detecting vehicles with false license plates. These vehicles may be stolen or driven by those seeking to evade highway speed cameras or toll collection, or commit other crimes.
Vehicles have many parameters which can identify them, thus building a full and complete picture, license plates being one of them. Until now, basic License Plate Recognition (LPR) systems have been limited and unable to provide a full and complete picture including car make, car model or jurisdiction.
omniQ VRS with VIR Systems provide:
omniQ enables law enforcement agencies to effectively match a number data points from vehicles to alert lists or hot lists, providing accurate and reliable information in real time to enforcement officers, including, police, border guards, and general security services.
omniQ solutions are based on state of the art hardware and patented software and help enforcement agencies manage, monitor and respond to vehicle-driven activities, as well as providing necessary retrospective forensic analysis.omniQ solutions can easily interface with third party systems to ensure seamless sharing of information across agencies both for interoperability as well as providing more robust and complete information on a city or country wide basis.