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Poole, UK, 2017-Feb-02
The cameras will be installed into a logistics environment as part of a larger project, which also involves the installation of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) devices supplied by the Siemens Process Industries and Drives Division.
According to David Montgomery, Global Sales Manager – Enforcement Systems, the
customer, an international logistics operating company, will benefit from correlated ANPR
and RFID data of its approaching vehicles, reducing wait times for drivers upon arrival at
their logistics facilities before they are directed to their waiting / loading / unloading bay.
‘The reduced wait times are significant at the peak times of the inbound / outbound traffic
from the sites with savings being expected from reduced fuel costs cause by queuing,
greater utilisation of both their vehicle fleet and their logistics hubs as the dock and yard
management processes are able to become more effective‘ he said.
Delivery of the product to the customer will begin in February 2017 with the deliveries
expected to be concluded before the end of September 2017.
Siemens Sicore ANPR cameras have been deployed around the globe for a variety of
applications including average speed enforcement, access control, border control,
journey time monitoring, dangerous goods detection, security, tolling, tolling enforcement
and policing. The Siemens Enforcement Solutions portfolio will be on display at
Traffex 2017 at the NEC, Birmingham in April.
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