Hanwha Vision innovations demonstrated at racing track

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Hanwha Vision’s TNO-7180RLP high speed camera has recently been demonstrated at the Chambley Grand Est racing track in France.

The camera was deployed at a test event to identify cars being driven at speeds of up to 265kph.

TNO-7180RLP & Road AI

Featuring the company’s newly launched Road AI solution, the TNO-7180RL camera is capable of capturing number plate details to identify make, model and colour of detected vehicles.

This capability spans across 70 different automotive brands, 600 models and ten colours.

At a recent Hanwha Vision customer event held at the Chambley Grand Est circuit and Planet’air, near Metz, the solution detected vehicles travelling at up to 200 kph/125 mph across two lanes of traffic.

The camera is capable of detecting vehicles both in daytime and at night.

“Reassuring for law enforcement officers”

“Our test confirms that the solution performs even at the very highest of speeds and this is reassuring for law enforcement officers given that criminals frequently swap the licence number plates on vehicles in order to avoid ANPR identifying them as stolen,” said Mevlut Korkmaz, National Sales Manager, Hanwha Vision France.

“With our Road AI solution and high-speed camera, Police have reliable access to make, model and colour search criteria to cross-reference footage against reports of stolen vehicles.”

Hanwha Vision

Hanwha Vision has been in the global video surveillance industry for more than 30 years.

As it broadens its business to become a global vision solutions provider, Hanwha Vision will deliver more valuable and meaningful insights to customers by collecting key information and providing big data analytics utilising AI and cloud technologies.

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