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Robust, Accurate Data Capture
Scan license plates with a variety of camera types, integrations and mobile applications.
Exclusive Search & Data Analysis
Turn your vehicle location data into lead-generating intelligence that helps close cases.
Data Sharing & Retention Control
It's your data - not ours. Easily share it and manage its retention completely on your terms.
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Advanced license plate recognition technology fights crime in real-time in Glendale, AZ
Using a combination of fixed and mobile license plate recognition camera systems, Glendale Police Department has generated evidence for homicide investigations, recovered stolen vehicles and much more.
Fixed License Plate Recognition
Capture more license plate recognition data per dollar spent with precision scanning on your high-speed, high-volume roadways.Learn More
Quick-Deploy License Plate Recognition
Conduct more tactical enforcement with temporary or semi-permanent license plate recognition data capture almost anywhere.Learn More
Mobile License Plate Recognition
Heighten awareness on the road, guide officer patrol efforts and collect data at scale with powerful, reliable mobile license plate recognition.Learn More
LinC Video-Based LPR Integration
Get more value from your existing IP video cameras by equipping them with license plate recognition.
M500 In-Car Video
Enhance awareness for officers during a traffic stop by enabling license plate recognition on their in-car video system.
Salina fights human trafficking with LPR cameras
Due to Salina's location, human trafficking is a common safety issue. Chief Taylor knew that Salina PD needed some backup to keep residents and visitors safe.
Hoover uses LPR to become more intelligence-led
Initially put in place to enhance interdiction efforts, LPR cameras have now become a fundamental part of the Hoover PD's intelligence-led policing efforts.
Baytown curbs transient crime with the help of LPR
Home to major corporations including Exxon, Chevron and Convestro, Baytown needed to make sure their transient population was protected from crime.
The LPR data and how long it's retained ultimately can help us if we have a specific suspect or if we're trying to build towards getting a suspect. We can use that data.
Detective Tom Psalidas
Glendale Police Department
Within 24 hours of our first training session, we got almost 29,000 license plate reads and had our first lead from an open case.
Sergeant Dallas Bish
Baytown Police Department
The tag was even hard to see because his tailgate was down but the LPR system had no problem. I would never have seen that tag without it, period.
Lieutenant Ted Davis
Hoover Police Department