Camera System takes pictures of vehicles in drive-up lanes
 
Camera System takes pictures of vehicles in drive-up lanes.
Camera System takes pictures of vehicles in drive-up lanes.

November 12, 2004 07:45 - Using one color speed dome camera with Alarm to Preset features, Intelligent Selection?-Lite takes zoomed-in, close-up pictures of up to 7 lanes of vehicles and license plates. Camera installed in each remote teller station also provides close-up front view of person using station. IS-LITE captures and stores pictures from up to 6 domes or still cameras, and multiple IS-LITE systems can be connected via XP TCP Network, allowing remote monitoring and retrieval of pictures.

Intelligent Selection?¡ªLite

Multiplexer on a PCI card & Windows XP based, same resolution!!

For Immediate Release

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Contact: Darrell D. Gray

Gray Electronics 512 268 2738

Austin, TX.¡ª Gray Electronics announces a LITE version (6 cameras) of INTELLIGENT SELECTION?, IS-LITE. IS-LITE retains the incredible ability to "intelligently select" pictures of vehicles in MULTIPLE drive in lanes of Banks, Credit Unions, Parking Lot or Garage Exits, Border Crossings, etc. with RESOLUTION that allows LICENSE PLATE data to be clearly read and MULTIPLEX pictures from cameras installed in each lanes' remote teller station. Using ONE Color Speed Dome Camera system with "Alarm to PreSet" features, up to (7) Seven lanes of "Zoomed in - close up" Pictures of vehicles and their LICENSE PLATES are intelligently selected and Captured by IS-LITE. Also, a camera installed in each of the remote teller stations provide a "close-up front view" of the person using the station. Passive Infra Red Motion Detectors (PIR) or other sensors, installed in each lane, are individually connected to BOTH the Dome Camera AND IS-LITE, to alert BOTH systems of the presence of a vehicle in a lane. Acting on an alarm from a PIR, etc., the Dome camera will move to the appropriate lane and provide pictures to IS-LITE. This same alarm will alert IS-LITE, which will capture and store HIGH Resolution (640 X 480, 24 bit) Color pictures presented by the Dome and its Alarmed Pre-sets, onto TCP/IP Network Databases on hard drives of Standard PC's (Dell), using Windows XP networking systems. This same alarm also will alert IS-LITE to switch or multiplex a series of pictures between the dome and the remote teller station. IS-LITE can capture and store pictures from up to six (6) Domes or still cameras. Multiple IS-LITE systems may be connected together via the XP TCP Network, which allows REMOTE monitoring and retrieval of pictures. Every captured & stored picture may be used as Stand Alone Evidence in Court, because each has the Time & Date, Camera Number and Alarm Number permanently superimposed.

The databases IS-LITE uses are protected by a 24 bit encrypted password hardcoded into the software to eliminate tampering with stored pictures and PC hard drive storage can provide up to 9+ months of history. These BITMAP (901Kbyte) pictures will function with MS Word, Paint or other programs to allow operator inclusion, in Reports of incidents or e-mailed to the Police, for immediate response. See included .PDF spec sheets and Info sheet for examples.
Contacts:

General Information:
Darrell D. Gray
USA
Phone: 512-268-2738
FAX: 512-268-2738

Company Information:
Name: Gray Electronics
Address: 209 Meadow Woods Drive
City: Kyle
State: TX
ZIP: 78640
Country: USA
Phone: 512-262-2006


 
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