It is thus a truly universal ALPR solution. The Carrida software suite includes an AI tool for Make&Model recognition employing deep learning to ensure high recognition rates for vehicles from all over the world. This feature increases recognition accuracy in ALPR applications. Delivering very fast processing speeds of typically 15 to 20 ms per frame, it reads license plates of vehicles traveling at up to 240 km/h (150 mph) with typical recognition rates >99 % under real world conditions. The Carrida software is easy to integrate into existing security and surveillance applications. It is fully hardware and vendor independent and runs on Windows and Linux PCs and ARM architectures on Linux and Android. The software can be used with any C and C++ project via an application program interface (API). The most recent new announcement from Carrida Technologies is an Android-operated software development kit (SDK). Even mid-range Android devices can easily read full HD images.
The manufacturer offers customers a comprehensive software and hardware package: the Carrida Cam is probably the world’s smallest standalone ALPR camera at just 91 mm high. It is capable of processing all application data onboard and autonomously managing ALPR applications such access control based on blacklists and whitelists. The camera has an IP67 protective housing with M12 cable connectors. Carrida Technologies exhibits together with its mother company Vision Components, a manufacturer of embedded vision systems for all kinds of security and surveillance applications.
Carrida Technologies at ISC West
Las Vegas, 17 – 20 March 2020