JAI's VRS Image Server provides a convenient way to organize and pre-process vehicle images and meta data coming from multiple traffic cameras before it is sent to the back office for analysis or video enforcement.
A single VRS Image Server can support up to 16 cameras either via direct transmission of information or by monitoring a file folder to which all the cameras are connected.
The VRS Image Server can organize a complete suite of related information - including a front view, rear view, date/time stamp, vehicle weight, AVI information, and other captured meta data - into a single XML package for easier handling and more efficient storage.
In a typical VISCAM or Drive5 installation, operators can choose to perform plate reading and/or matching locally on the VISCAM or Drive5 system, thereby limiting network transmissions to just compressed images and meta data, or can utilize the added processing power of the VRS Image Server to increase the number of vehicle identifications that can be performed per second.
Either way, the VRS Image Server provides an efficient means to reduce the image processing load on the back office system so that compute power can be focused on billing, enforcement, or other processing tasks.
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