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Licence Recognition System installed for scanning Arabic Characters

EyeNet Enforcement Systems : 16 November, 2009  (Application Story)
Eyenet has successfully installed integrated automatic licence plate recognition (ANPR) systems in the Gulf region for scanning and reading licence plates combining Arabic and English characters
Licence Recognition System installed for scanning Arabic Characters
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Arabic character licence plate recognition (number plate recognition) pioneer EyeNet Enforcement Systems with homeland security leader Developed Dimension Information Technology (DDIT) have announced the successful deployment of integrated systems that automatically scan roads and read licence plate numbers in combinations of Arabic and English.

Working closely with a GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Special Forces department, the carefully scheduled installations were conducted during the holy month of Ramadan.

"Our top priority was to perform the installations with respect to the traditions of the holy month of Ramadan in August and September," said Imad Al Sayed, managing director of DDIT. "We not only installed the first mobile technology of its kind but also met the schedule deadlines with reverence to Ramadan. This is the first time this has ever been accomplished with this technology in the GCC country." Strict adherence to the religious rules of Ramadan involved a gruelling installation program in extreme desert condition without consuming food or drink during daylight hours. For the installers, this involved high levels of commitment and professionalism without compromising their religious beliefs.

The pioneering technology is integrated with an industry-leading DVR system and results in enhanced features to automatically aid the officer in critical situations, another first for the Arab speaking world. The installed system features Licence Plate Recognition, DVR system, and mobile computing and is the first to provide an entirely Arabic end-to-end user experience. "The system performs with astonishing accuracy," said Thomas Tarach, president of EyeNet Enforcement Systems. 'It was an inspirational experience to work with an honourable company such as DDIT and their uncompromising respect for the holy month of Ramadan.'

"This powerful and proven Arabic solution has the ability to expand to borders, security access and shipping containers and provide many levels of increased security. We are very proud to partner with EyeNet and bring the very best security technologies in the world to the Kingdom and GCC," said Abdullah Al Sadean, general manager of DDIT.
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