We want to make it an easy and informative experience for everyone to find out more about PlateSmart, and I can say with certainty that we’ve accomplished that.
Oldsmar, Florida (PRWEB) July 27, 2015
PlateSmart Technologies, the security industry’s leading provider of video analytics technologies based on Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR), has launched its new, completely revamped website at http://www.platesmart.com. Sporting a bright, clean look favored by most contemporary designers, the site focuses on attracting members of the company’s target industries and showing how products such as PlateSmart’s award-winning ARES enterprise ALPR-based analytics solution can benefit them.
The new website is an integral part of PlateSmart’s next phase of evolution, in which the company will greatly expand its influence in the video analytics and surveillance markets. As part of this process, ARES, PlateSmart’s flagship software, is currently undergoing major improvements that will add never-before available features to the solution and help secure its dominance in the marketplace. Among these is the addition of facial capture to ARES’ data gathering capabilities. Perhaps even more eagerly anticipated is a comprehensive audit trail feature set with automatic redaction technology. With this functionality in place, all information requests through the ARES engine will be completely documented as to user, time and date of request, content of request, and what information was retrieved. At the same time, any personal data that is not relevant to the specific query will be automatically scrubbed from the output. This addition will serve to make ARES the premier information gatekeeper in the industry with the best available data integrity protection.
In addition to showcasing PlateSmart’s popular ARES and Mobile ALPR products, the new site will highlight the company’s soon-to-be released PlateSmart Parking Management, a packaged solution designed to increase speed and efficiency in both public traffic enforcement and private parking lot management. Furthermore, there will be information available regarding PlateSmart’s new cloud-based hosting solutions, which offer customers significant savings in cost and available bandwidth. The site will also offer company white papers, demo videos, the blog of CEO John Chigos and more.
Chigos is confident that the site will be an easy-to-use source of information for existing and prospective clients alike.
“People are going to be extremely impressed with the look and feel as well as the convenience of navigation,” said John Chigos, CEO of PlateSmart Technologies. “We want to make it an easy and informative experience for everyone to find out more about PlateSmart, and I can say with certainty that we’ve accomplished that. Our hope is that this will be a gateway for more people to discover the most innovative, robust, secure, and cost-effective ALPR-based analytic solutions on the market.”
PlateSmart Technologies has developed the world’s first software-only affordable Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) and video analytic solution, which works with both state-of-the-art and legacy cameras. PlateSmart offers solutions and analytics as server installed platforms for both mobile and fixed ALPR operation as well as a cloud based SaaS service. ARES, PlateSmart’s flagship enterprise ALPR-based analytic solution, provides real-time actionable intelligence with industry-leading accuracies and state jurisdiction recognition for complete situational awareness. PlateSmart has been frequently recognized as the most innovative and forward-thinking ALPR technology by Frost and Sullivan and through awards from various industry trade organizations. Contact us at http://www.platesmart.com or info(at)platesmart(dot)com.
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