OnSSI announced a new integration partnership with License Plate Recognition (LPR) software company, Vaxtor Corporation. The integration enables Vaxtor’s advanced LPR analytics to be deployed across OnSSI’s Ocularis VMS (video management software) platform to improve security data. With these integrated analytics, Ocularis can recognize, capture, and archive data on license plates, railway vehicles, USDOT numbers, shipping containers, and more.
“Partnering with Vaxtor allows Ocularis to deliver a wide range of security and operations data to meet the specific challenges of the transportation and law enforcement markets,” said Ken LaMarca, VP of Sales & Marketing, OnSSI. “New and evolving partnerships with leading technology providers will continue to deliver industry professionals with best-in-class security capabilities, as well as new sources of business intelligence they can use to further improve operations.”
Ocularis is an open platform VMS. It lets users record both analog video and video from newly integrated IP network cameras, and can become a Physical Security Information Management (PSIM) platform, putting users in control of advanced tools and enhanced integrations like smart motion detection, access control, biometrics, and behavior analytics. Ocularis is offered in three models: Professional, designed for organizations operating multiple locations with small to mid-sized camera counts; Enterprise, built for a wide range of mid to large IT-centric organizations; and Ultimate, created for large organizations with demanding command and control needs and recording server failover.
Vaxtor Corporation specializes in the development of software-driven solutions such as LPR and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for integration with security and other detection and monitoring systems. Vaxtor creates solutions that are dynamic and scalable for a number of industries across myriad corporate and urban environments.
“The integration of our LPR and OCR analytics provides highly functional and reliable data capture capabilities,” said Michael Deutsch, Executive Management Consultant, Vaxtor Corporation. “End users can now capitalize on the valuable rich data contained in printed text and numbers, with the confidence that the information is both highly accurate and instantly accessible.”
Vaxtor LPR solutions include the accurate capture of OCR, MMR (year, make, and model of vehicles), USDOT, Railway, Container, Red Light, and Wrong Turn detection integrations, which are supported in over 200 countries. The powerful analytics can accurately recognize letters, numbers, and symbols both vertically and horizontally.