PoliceSoftware is proud to offer License Plate Recognition Systems from Genetec. Genetec's AutoVu reads plates from virtually any country, state or province in the world. Reads plates of parked or moving vehicles at speeds of up to 140 miles per hour or 225 km per hour. Built-in GPS functionality, compass, gyroscope and odometer. Real-time monitoring and video compression. Portability from vehicle to vehicle. Spans two lanes of traffic on either side of vehicle. Reads vehicles parked in parallel and at 45° and 90° angles. Comprehensive back-office software.



You are often on routine patrols, specialized operations or task forces. So, what if you had a tool that alerts you when you drive by a wanted felon? A stolen vehicle? An amber alert suspect? AutoVu license plate recognition is just that tool.AutoVu automatically reads license plates , compares them against selected databases and alerts officers of vehicles of interest. This mobile LPR solution is ideal for applications such as wanted vehicle and felon identification , data mining and information gathering.



The AutoVu Sharp is the IP-based license plate recognition camera . This rugged LPR device precisely deciphers license plate numbers with some of the highest accuracy rates in the industry. The AutoVu Sharp is also portable so you can easily move it from vehicle to vehicle.The AutoVu Sharp LPR camera conducts processing on the edge. This means all the processing and analytics are done inside the unit itself, making the solution compact and easy to install. This license plate recognition camera also reads plates at 45 or 90 degrees on both sides of the vehicle.





AutoVu's real-time alarming and email notification quickly informs assigned recipients of matched license plates, known as hits. AutoVu also allows users to assign different priorities to hot lists. Each priority can be configured with a different color and alarm tone, so that officers can be alerted of hits both visually and audibly, so that they can easily identify the type of hit and its importance. For users who are carrying out a covert investigation and do not want it compromised, covert hit notification, allows to keep a hit concealed. The patroller will not be notified of the hit but the data will be sent directly to the back-office user who will have access to the notification and data instantly. AutoVu now allows the creation of a wildcard hotlist database; records in that database only include partial license plate numbers. This is a very useful function in situations where witnesses did not see or cannot remember a complete license plate number. This allows the officer to potentially intercept vehicles associated with a crime, that otherwise would not have been detected using standard hot lists.




Permit sharing benefits users who have multiple vehicles registered under the same permit. AutoVu can now detect and notify the parking officer when two vehicles, with the same permit, have been seen on campus or on a street, within a configured time-frame.Long term overtime, allows parking officers to identify vehicles that have been parked at the same location for a period of one to five days, enabling them to find abandoned vehicles.




You are looking for warranted felons , stolen vehicles , uninsured vehicles, or individuals with revoked licenses, or on amber alerts.With AutoVu, one or multiple lists of wanted vehicles can be added to the in-vehicle system. You can upload the lists at the beginning of the shift. Or, if you have wireless connectivity set up, the lists can be automatically downloaded throughout the shift.As you are out on patrol, the AutoVu system will automatically read license plates of passing cars up to differential speeds of 145 MPH (225 km/h). Vehicle plates can also be read spanning up to two lanes of traffic on either side, or vehicles parked in parallel or at 45 and 90 degree angles.If a plate read matches a wanted vehicle record, AutoVu will alert you with an audible alarm. AutoVu will also display a color image of the identified vehicle, its license plate, and the categories of interest. All you have to do is decide if you want to pull them over or call in for backup.




Often enough, you probably receive new vehicles of interest from dispatch. So, if you are on patrol and need to review collected reads or track specific vehicles, AutoVu will let you do it from the in-vehicle system.Simply search license plate reads and determine the date, time and location of the sighting from the AutoVu system . You can use a complete plate number or partial license plate number. All matched records are then displayed for you to review.




With AutoVu LPR system within the Security Center, you can monitor license plate reads and hits from patrolling units from your office.You can also generate performance reports per unit or for all units. This provides data such as the number of license plate reads, the category and number of hits or reasons for non-enforcing a hit. And you can even print all this information to use as evidence in on-going investigations.




Using the AutoVu license plate recognition system within the Security Center, you can conduct searches of vehicles based on factors such as date and time, complete or partial license plate numbers, one or more specific geographic areas, or type of hit. Or, search by other data associated with the hotlists such as VIN, make, model or year of the vehicle of interest.All matched records are then displayed on the map. You can also draw a polygon over the map to find vehicle reads or hits in a specific area of your city. Simply click on a record to view the information and associated images.