Reading devices

Camera-based identification is secure, efficient and requires no additional technology on the vehicle because it recognises the license plate optically. RFID-based electronic identification on the other hand requires a suitable transponder on the vehicle, but provides much more information and many more transmission possibilities.

UTSCH offers suitable reader technology for both methods, providing economical and reliable solutions for all customer requirements.

 

Camera-based detection

Camera systems for automatic license plate detection can be used in a range of applications without the need for special technology to be installed on the vehicle.

UTSCH supplies appropriate technology which can provide reliable identification of moving vehicles as well as recorded images for evidence purposes.

Permanently installed camera systems from UTSCH (e.g. on bridges, traffic lights or in tunnels) enable continuous identification by capturing images in the visible and invisible spectrum (e.g. infrared), with reading ranges of well over 10 metres and high read rates even at high speeds.  

A wide range of connection options (including LAN, WLAN and UMTS) guarantees seamless integration in existing IT infrastructures and automatic database comparison to support vehicle-based blacklists and whitelists.

 
Camera-based detection

Radio-based detection

Electronic identification with radio technology (such as RFID) permits the reliable detection of stationary or moving vehicles without the need for intervention in the traffic flow. It requires vehicles to be equipped with electronically readable data carriers such as the RFID chip in the ulabel.

UTSCH supplies versatile readers with a large bandwidth that operate on the basis of recognised radio standards.

Permanently installed readers (e.g. on bridges, traffic lights or in tunnels) enable continuous identification with reading ranges of over 10 metres and high read rates even at high speeds. Portable readers are especially suitable for flexible mobile use, for example as hand-held devices for the police and law enforcers.    

A wide range of connection options (including LAN, WLAN and UMTS) guarantees seamless integration in existing IT infrastructures and automatic database comparison to support vehicle-based blacklists and whitelists.

 
Radio-based recognition
Please contact us for details
Mr. Stefan Engelberts

Product Management Systems and Solutions
Head of Product Management Systems and Solutions

  • Phone + 49 (0) 271 / 3191-229
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Mr. Dietmar Groh

Product Management Systems and Solutions
System Technology

  • Phone + 49 (0) 271 / 3191-139
  • Fax + 49 (0) 271 / 3191-23-139
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