April 17th, 2012

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highways2 The latest machine vision camera technology can allow for improvements in ITS performance to minimize detection time in case of accidents, increase the detection rates in cases of violations, and minimize overall costs from police time and traffic jams. With decreasing budgets, these systems also need to maintain reasonable costs and prove their efficacy to gain adoption by government decision makers. While some differences between traffic systems and machine vision systems are obvious, it is worth highlighting the differences for ITS designers to be aware of when considering machine vision cameras.

Because of these differences, general purpose machine vision cameras may not be adequate, but high performance machine vision cameras can offer accuracy improvements, especially in high speed ALPR applications, while also reducing overall system costs. Some of the trends that can be observed are as follows:


In this article some of the trends that can be observed are described.


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