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Nedap set to showcase its ANPR Lumo for vehicle access control at IFSEC Connect 2021

Nedap will be providing an exclusive overview of its advanced licence plate camera for vehicle access control at IFSEC Connect.

Attendees will be able to visit Nedap’s digital booth and book direct one-to-one meetings with the team throughout June, as well as watch an exclusive Tech Talks demonstration on June 2nd.

Nedap-ANPR-Lumo-21ANPR Lumo is an all-in-one licence plate camera with embedded software, anslyser and IR illuminator, designed to provide a smooth recognition of vehicles on a given premise. Working from a range of 2-10 metres, typical applications include vehicle access control, automatic toll collection, free flow applications at parking facilities, or other situations where it is not possible to use RDIF tags.

The deep learning algorithm within Lumo is said to enable high accuracy in regions with standardised or non-standardised licence plate formats – from Europe to the USA and Pacific – and can recognise ADR Hazard Identification Numbers (HIN) that are used for the road transportation of dangerous goods.

Other key features include:

  • object speeds (freerun) up to 80 mph
  • supports RS485, Wiegand and Ethernet
  • REST API for third-party integration
  • built-in vehicle access control features
  • OSDP v2 supported including secure channel protocol

Case study: Al Rajhi Bank

NEDAP’s ANPR Lumo solution has been used at the headquarters of one of the largest Islamic banks in the world in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The bank, which was looking for a solution to control security and vehicle access to the parking facilities for employees, implemented the automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) solution to identify vehicles at a long range for frictionless, secure vehicle gate access.

With the configuration of Nedap’s ANPR platform, the bank could easily enroll employee vehicles, grant access, modify access rights and also provide access temporarily or incidentally. Employees could raise a request to the security team, whenever they have a change of vehicle and update their vehicle details.

Idex Services, the systems integration team behind the project, said: “Securing 14 floor parking facility of the biggest bank in Saudi Arabia was a very challenging task. Especially, to comply with the banking policy of dedicated entry points for groups of employees while ensuring seamless access. With high accuracy and flexibility to function as stand-alone system, Nedap’s ANPR solution made it easier to achieve the client requirement.”

Nedap says it is excited to showcase ANPR Lumo and more of its products at IFSEC Connect this June. A spokesperson added: “With our broad product portfolio consisting of high performance long-range RFID and License Plate Recognition systems, security and parking professionals can facilitate more frictionless vehicle entry and exit process in order to prevent congestion at gated vehicle points. In doing so, congestion will be severely reduced, and visitors and employees will get to enjoy an welcoming and secured arrival and departure experience.

“Would you like to know more about our vision on gate access control and get to know our reader portfolio? Let’s meet at our virtual booth at IFSEC Connect in June! Our team members would love to drink a virtual cup of coffee with you!”

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