PLANET CV7-LP series (CV7-LP2 / CV7-LP4) is a video analytics software designed to detect and recognize vehicle license plates. This software is able to automatically locate and read license plates appearing in a certain area, and match this data against the database. It provides efficiency in parking and traffic control, as well as law enforcement.
With the CV7-LP, you can easily cross-check if a vehicle that is passing through the parking gate or parked in the designated space matches its parking permit. Moreover, law enforcement officers can effortlessly identify suspicious vehicles by matching the license plate with its database.
The CV7-LP provides analysis for live and pre-recorded videos. It is able to analyze live videos from cameras and the CV7L NVR directly or recorded raw files. In addition, it can also analyze playback videos from the CV7L NVR. Owing to this, the CV7-LP software provides more flexibility and efficiency for surveillance applications.
Advanced Search and Filter
After running the ALPR algorithm, the next logical step would be to look at what license plates have been recognized. To browse the results, users can use the Search Analysis Result function of the CV7-LP. Users are also able to use the options presented in the Analysis Result Filter area to filter by time period and plate number.
The CV7-LP is an intellegent and efficient ALPR (Automatic License Plate Recognition) software. With PLANET ICA-E IP camera series, it can recognize vehicle license plates and be deployed in parking lots, community gates, and even gas stations. When the live stream recorded from the cameras goes to the CV7L NVR, the server then send the video footage out to the ALPR server to be analyzed and reviewed. Likewise, the ALPR server can also analyze video directly fed from a camera, without the involvement of an NVR.
|Max. Channels||2 / 4|
|Compression||H.264 / MPEG-4 / M-JPEG|
|Camera Resolution||Up to 10 megapixels|
|Analyzed Stream||Live view and pre-recorded video from ICA-E camera series and CV7L NVR|
|Algorithm||License plate recognition|
|Max. Number of Algorithms||1 algorithm per channel|
|Recognition rate||Recognition rate will be affected by environment factors such as camera placement, vehicle speed and parameter setting|
|Event Recording||Record video with user defined rule from live view or recording from NVR server (Cam Viewer 7 Lite / Professional)|
|Pre-event Recording||1~300 seconds|
|Post-event Recording||1~300 seconds|
|Search & Playback|
|Recording Search||Search video recordings by time, analytic rule and channel, and display the result with click-to-play snapshots|
|Playback Control||Pause; Stop|
|Plate Numbering Searching||Yes|
|Video Export||Export video clips in raw format|
|Language||English, Traditional Chinese|
|Display Resolution||Minimum 1024 x 768|
|CPU||Recommended: Intel Core i7-920 2.67 GHZ, 4GB RAM or above recommended|
|Operating System||32/64-bit: Windows 7, Windows 8
64-bit: Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Web Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012 R2
|Network||Gigabit Ethernet 1000BASE-T is recommended|
|2015-09-17||1.1||1) Add more pictures in Chapter 2. Camera Installation
2) Add Quick Installation Guide
|CV7-LP2||2-Channel Cam Viewer E-series for Automatic License Plate Recognition|
|CV7-LP4||4-Channel Cam Viewer E-series for Automatic License Plate Recognition|