It is a popular myth in the ANPR industry that traffic monitoring cameras do not need a trigger – however, to avoid missed events it is strongly suggested to use it. Trigger can be an external solution like induction loop, etc. but why not have a non-intrusive add-on instead to your ANPR camera: a radar module? RAD-AR has been designed specifically as a non-intrusive triggering extension to your camera.
RAD-AR preselects those image frames of passing vehicles that are suitable for ANPR. The benefit: no need to run the recognition algorithm on each and every frame. Without triggering the camera or the ANPR system is forced to run the license plate recognition algorithm on every single frame, which requires extensive processing power and eventually leads to dropped images and lost events. Who wants that in the traffic system?
Better recognition rates
This module makes sure that the system has no missed events – remarkably increasing accuracy rate.
Reduced system workload
Instead of processing each and every frame, RAD-AR preselects those that are proper for ANPR.
Plug & play
RAD-AR can be connected to ARH in a minute and works right away.
It is a trigger that does not require breaking the road or modifying the environment in any way.
Up to 255 km/h
RAD-AR covers the entire traffic, including all vehicle types even up to 255 km/h speed.
Its robust IP67-rated construction allows a steady operation both in Egypt and in Norway.
High precision at any speed
RAD-AR provides a high-precision radar trigger even for fast moving vehicles up to 255 km/h (158.5 mph). How is that possible? The device includes a high quality doppler-radar that works with the K-Band radar frequency 24.165 GHz – and operates in a synchronized way with ARH cameras. All these capabilities in an enclosure that endures an extra wide temperature range, from -45°C to 70°C.