At ISC West, booth 13062, Genetec Inc. unveiled AutoVu Cloudrunner, a new cloud-based vehicle-centric investigation system (VCIS) that detects, analyzes and securely stores highly accurate vehicle identification data to support public safety investigations. Cloudrunner enhances community-led policing initiatives and provides law enforcement agencies, community associations and campus security teams with a reliable way to identify vehicles connected to crimes, day and night, and in any weather condition. Coupled with hotlist notifications and live monitoring capabilities, Cloudrunner helps officers locate suspects on the move, so they can intervene immediately.
Cloudrunner utilizes vehicle data collected by the all-new Cloudrunner CR-H2, a solar-powered automated license plate recognition (ALPR) camera. Powered by AutoVu Machine Learning Core (MLC) – the company’s deep neural network-based vehicle recognition analytics engine – the CR-H2 camera goes beyond license plate recognition. It can identify vehicle color and type, as well as behavior analytics, such as speed estimation and direction of travel so that investigators can narrow their search, even when there is no – or only partial – license plate information available.