LILIN ANPR technology adopted by Large-scale apartment complex in Malaysia

LILIN ANPR technology adopted by Large-scale apartment complex in Malaysia

A large-scale government subsidized apartment complex in southern Malaysia recently deployed IP surveillance system along with the entire fences to prevent trespassing, identify license plate numbers, and perform event detection. The 5-story apartment complex is home to over 1,500 units of apartments divided into 2 separate land sites, including open-air parking areas, tennis courts, and fitness centers. Among other things, residents' safety is the apartment complex's responsibility; therefore, a well-thought-out surveillance system is an absolute must. In order to monitor the premises spread across 60 acres in real-time, the complex opted to deploy LILIN NVRs combined with CMX software (central video management software), IP-based cameras, failover device for backup redundancy, as well as ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) technology powered by LILIN.

A total of 176 IP-based surveillance cameras IPR7424 with IP66-rated weather-proof feature able to withstand a range of adverse outdoor conditions and IPD22220ES cameras suitable for indoor environments were installed along with the complex fences to better monitor sensitive areas around the facilities, to document incidents, and to validate access control. CMX 1072 NVRs combined with CMX software devices are distributed in several server control rooms at facilities. The cameras' network at guardhouses are connected to the ALPR software configuration dongle device on NVRs to capture license plate numbers and transmit images back to NVRs in central control room in identifying and screening each vehicle wishes to enter the property via ANPR software in live streaming mode. ANPR technology uses OCR (Optical Character Recognition) on images to read vehicle registration plates, and so far ANPR is available in North America, United Kingdom, China, Taiwan, Australia, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and most European countries. Also, failover device was installed in the server room for additional backup redundancy when encountering scheduled downtime or system failure.

LILIN's cameras were adopted for their capability to provide seamless monitoring in key locations, and the clear images delivered by the cameras and ANPR technology enable facility staff to make positive identifications and view critical information such as license plate number of a vehicle. CMX system has user-friendly interface makes it easy for admin operator to master system management. The new system acts as of a deterrent for external and internal theft to decrease incidents. The overall safety of the residents has been enhanced.

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