ARES ALPR Viewer is a stand-alone application with an easy-to-use interface that allows widespread and quick access to vehicle recognition data and alerts in real time. ARES Viewer communicates vital information and allows you to view real-time data from anywhere, at any time, through a VPN connection to your network. In a law enforcement setting, it is a proven force multiplier that enhances officer safety, provides actionable intelligence, and improves situational awareness.
Citywide ALPR Surveillance - The Safer, Cost Effective Mobile Automatic License Plate Recognition
ARES Viewer Features
- Alerts and Captures in Real Time
- All Captures Include Full Color Image, State Vehicle Make, GPS Coordinates, and Time Stamps
- Checks Against Hotlists, Permit Lists, and Exclusion List in Real Time.
- Partial Plate Search
- Input/Edit Plate Data in Viewer
- On-Demand Query
- Easy Grouping by Camera, Plate, Vehicle Make, or State
- In-Vehicle Mapping
ARES viewer safely locks away the administrative power of the Command Center and makes plate and notification information available for each licensed user. The Command Center is the central administrative aspect of ARES, with access to create and manipulate policies, oversee users, and change settings as needed. ARES Viewer removes the dangers of mistakenly changing important settings or policies, tampering or deleting data, and provides safe and secure communication from the Command Center.
Law Enforcement Example
ARES Viewer can be installed in patrol car laptops and stationary locations. Communicates with ARES command center in real time. Can be customized for each user to receive alerts from specific cameras or chooses a radius around the vehicle. Outfit your entire fleet to provide full situational awareness and improve on.
Easy to Use Interface
Commercial and Multi-Location Example
ARES ALPR Viewer can be used in commercial settings for various deployment configurations. ARES Viewer can be configured with specific camera groupings at selected points of interest, ingress and egress, or by locations, and assigned to designated ARES Viewer users. Each Viewer can be customized to view data and receive alerts that are relevant to that user’s location only.