ANPR integration with Tattile for Inner Range’s popular Integriti solution

Access control solutions manufacturer Inner Range has announced a new integration with ANPR company Tattile. Inner Range’s award-winning access control and intruder detection system Integriti can now integrate with Tattile’s ANPR system Vega Smart HD/2HD.

The Italian manufacturer’s Vega Smart HD/2HD system is designed for security, free-flow tolling and traffic monitoring. It offers high levels of accuracy in reading number plates, including at speeds of over 150 mph.

The system can cover two lanes of traffic over a total width of 7.5 metres. In addition to number plate data, the system can recognise vehicle colour, brand and model as well as providing Full-HD streaming for video surveillance.

Tim Northwood, general manager at Inner Range, informed Risk Xtra: “We’ve tried and tested Tattile’s system and it delivers on its promise of great accuracy extremely quickly. It’s a fantastic addition to our range of integration options for Integriti customers who monitor and manage multiple systems in one place and benefit from improved security and safety as a result.”

Inner Range’s Integriti delivers an intelligent integrated security solution that’s ideal for managing and controlling single and multiple sites at the local, national and global levels.

Integration with a wide range of third party systems turns Integriti into a Physical Security Information Management system, managing not only security and building automation, but also people and business continuity processes such as HR, payroll and Health and Safety.

Its advanced reporting functionality also enables organisations to gain valuable insight into (and evidence for) business improvement and other core business functions.

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