SAN DIEGO, May 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PIPS Technology™, a business division of Neology and a leading provider of Automatic Number/License Plate Recognition (ANPR/ALPR) solution and associated AI markets, announced today the appointment of Mark Windover to the Strategic Account and Business Development team for Neology’s ANPR/ALPR division. Mr. Windover officially starts with the company on May 15, 2019. Mr. Windover brings almost 18 years’ experience in the law enforcement market to Neology and has significant familiarity with ALPR and Software solutions. Mr. Windover is joining the team at an exciting time, strengthening Neology’s commitment to reinforcing mobility and public safety through ANPR/ALPR solutions, including the recent Mantis Vehicle Detection business acquisition. “Mark is a Law Enforcement professional with extensive experience in sales and establishing relationships with channel partners and government agencies,” says Luke Normington, Managing Director of the […]
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Neology, Empowering the Law with AVI. For the full article in CIO Review Magazine, click the following link: https://magazine.cioreview.com/magazines/April2019/Lawenforcement/#page=22 Media Contact: Joe Mullis General Manager Neology Corporation Ph 858-391-0260 ext 105 firstname.lastname@example.org
The program, of which only 6 finalists have been announced out of an application process of almost 100 companies shall enable MTA to embrace technology and build a culture of innovation by working with companies that are pioneers in mobility. SAN DIEGO, Feb. 25, 2019 – PIPS Technology™, a business division of Neology and a leading provider of Automatic Number/Number Plate Recognition (ANPR/ANPR) solutions, is pleased to announce that it has been successful in gaining a place on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) sponsored accelerator program designed at introducing new technology which improves transit services. The challenge, accepted by PIPS’ engineers, is to work with the MTA team to customize products and solutions which are used to help public buses move faster and more efficiently in bus lanes through the use of enhanced image analytics to detect, identify and classify […]
PIPS IRIS, the new automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera platform, has proven itself in the field, resulting in orders for several hundred cameras to be delivered in Q1 FY19. SAN DIEGO, Dec. 11, 2018 – PIPS Technology™, a business division of Neology and a leading provider of Automatic Number/Number Plate Recognition (ANPR/ANPR) solutions, has received orders for several schemes totaling several hundred units in Europe and North America for the latest addition to its portfolio. PIPS Technology™ is a pioneer of detection innovation and has deployed over 50,000 ANPR systems in more than 100 countries. Built upon PIPS 30 plus years of experience in number plate recognition, PIPS IRIS is a versatile, all-in-one, and high performance ANPR/ANPR solution for law enforcement, open road tolling, average speed, low emission, access control and other traffic monitoring activities. “The flexibility of PIPS […]
PIPS IRIS, the new automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) camera platform, provides superior plate reading accuracy with a breadth of deployment use-cases. SAN DIEGO, Oct. 29, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — PIPS Technology™, a business division of Neology and a leading provider of Automatic Number/Number Plate Recognition (ANPR/ANPR) solutions, unveiled PIPS IRIS, a new ANPR camera platform at IACP 2018 in Orlando USA early this month. PIPS Technology™ is a pioneer of detection innovation and has deployed over 50,000 ANPR systems in more than 100 countries. Built upon PIPS’s 30 plus years of experience in number plate recognition, PIPS IRIS is a versatile, all-in-one, and high-performance ANPR/ANPR solution for law enforcement, open road tolling, average speed, low emission, access control and other traffic monitoring activities. PIPS IRIS provides up to three adjacent lane width coverage within a single camera platform. The camera […]
We are delighted to invite you to our exhibition (stand #2221) at IACP 2018 in Orlando, FL during October 6-9. Visitors to the PIPS stand at IACP 2018 are in for a fireworks of innovation! PIPS Technology is going to IACP 2018 with an array of new innovations and solutions across a broad range of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technologies. PIPS is pioneering the “Detection Innovation” and will use IACP 2018 as the springboard to launch PIPS IRIS, its latest Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) stationary camera. PIPS IRIS is an all-in-one ANPR platform offering wide coverage, superior resolution and the industry-leading detection performance. Whether used for safety and security, free-flow tolling, low-emission zones or access control, PIPS believe IRIS delivers the best-in-class results in all the various applications. PIPS is also using IACP to unveil the new Mobile […]
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During the 2018 National Sherriff Association Conference and Expo, PIPS Technology unveiled the latest additional to its wide range of ANPR solution – the new Multi-Lane ANPR camera TS-500 and an upcoming new Mobile ANPR solution. The visitors to PIPS booth also had the opportunity to preview this new Automatic Vehicle Identification function featured in PIPS back office system. The TS-500 multi-lane camera has PIPS and Neology’s innovation signature inside and out. The camera can cover single, two, and three adjacent lanes from a single camera platform, and offers many new features like video streaming, dual OCR and Deep Learning. It can capture distances from 4-40 meters (13-130 feet) and is available as fixed lens or user adjustable, motorized zoom lensing options. PIPS believes the TS-500 is the superior ANPR device in the market, offering the best in class performance […]
Lake Geneva Police Chief Michael S. Rasmussen reports: On Wednesday, June 6th, 2018 at approximately 8:46p.m., Officers received information that a 3 month old girl was missing from Mount Pleasant. Mount Pleasant P.D. provided information to the City of Lake Geneva P.D. that the suspect, Craig Conway, 49 y/o, Mount Pleasant, may be in the City of Lake Geneva. Mount Pleasant detectives searched a shared database that stores automated number plate recognition system (ANPRS) information and discovered two separate City of Lake Geneva P.D. patrol cars passed the vehicle Conway was driving within the City of Lake Geneva. Officers recognized that the vehicle appeared to be parked by the Lake Geneva Public Library from the ANPR photos. An officer immediately recognized a photo of Conway and indicated he observed Conway with the child on the Riviera Beach a short time […]
New Orleans, Louisiana. See you @ NSA Annual Education & Technology Expo. From June 15 to June 19 you can find us in the Booth Number #1223.