Rekor: The Only LPR Solution with Over 99% Accuracy
Utilizing Artificial Intelligence and ALPR to Accelerate Investigations
With over 15 years of License Plate Recognition experience, Brite is pleased to offer the most innovative technology in the market, Rekor Recognitions Systems.
The LPR market has remained stagnant over the past 10 years with limited improvement to the accuracy or method of plate capture. Rekor is changing the game with Artificial Intelligence, use of standard equipment and reliable customer support.
How Westchester County, NY is using Rekor ALPR technology
Various Deployment Options
Rekor Watchman software can reuse existing IP, traffic, or surveillance cameras.
Rekor Watchman has better accuracy and technology than other LPR providers.
Rekor’s solutions can cover up to 3 lanes of traffic with one camera.
Performs in Non-Ideal Conditions
Captures non-reflective, temporary, covered, motorcycle and barely visible plates.
Industry's Best Support
Remote troubleshooting and advanced replacement support insure the best uptime in the market.
Rekor System Components
Watchman - Vehicle Recognition Software
Hosted in the cloud or on-premise, the Rekor Watchman software is the most advanced LPR software available. Using Artificial Intelligence, the software recognizes plates and the characters over 99% of the time. The Watchman interface also provides extensive analytical tools to help generate leads
Edge – Fixed Vehicle Recognition Cameras
The Edge camera kits can capture plates in up to 3 lanes and in “non-ideal” conditions. This has proven to be more cost effective than purpose built LPR camera hardware.
Finder – Mobile Vehicle Recognition Cameras
Finder transforms a standard vehicle into an automatic license plate recognition system. The kit includes two cameras and a secondary screen, or the software can run through the MDT.
HUB – Central Software and Processing Server
Another innovative approach Rekor offers is centralized plate processing through the hub. Removing the processing from the edge allows departments to use existing cameras already in place.