By applying machine vision technology to solve ITS problems, providers reach the market faster and more cost-efficiently. To address a wide variety of ITS applications, FLIR cameras come in a selection of digital interfaces, sensors, price points, and board-level or boxed.
In recent years, with the use of digital camera technology, new tolling practices have drastically increased the throughput and accuracy of toll charges. Cameras are used to capture images of fast moving vehicles for the purpose of automatic number plate recognition (ANPR/ALPR).
|FLIR's triggering accuracy ensures consistent vehicle positioning in the field of view by synchronizing image capture with vehicle detection methods such as ground loops, radar, or laser devices. Our wide variety of global shutter CCD and CMOS sensors along with excellent low light sensitivity are just a few reasons why our cameras are specifically chosen for crisp, undistorted imaging of high-speed multi-lane traffic environments.|
Latest CMOS sensors, GenICam3 API
All-in-One, Small, Uncompromising Value
Maximum Performance, Large Format Sensors
Flexible Integration, Multiple Form Factors
Ultra-compact, Light, Feature Rich CCD and CMOS
Compact, Cost Effective, Sony CCD Sensitivity
Superior Low Light Imaging Auto Iris Control
Small, Affordable, Versatile CMOS
Highly Sensitive CCD's, Sony EXview HAD CCD II
High Sensitivity, Low Noise Sony CCD Quality
IP + Machine Vision, MJPEG over GigE