PIPS Automated License Plate Recognition Successfully Deployed by IIS
June 6, 2008 Federal Signal announces through press release on PR Newswire that its PIPS Automated License Plate Recognition (ALPR) technology has been successfully deployed in commercial vehicle enforcement applications through a relationship with leading partner IIS. Read the press release.
IIS Presents at the Transportation Border Working Group Workshop
June 3, 2008 IIS was a presenter at the Transportation Border Working Group (TBWG) workshop held in Detroit, Mich. IIS featured the Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) as a new technology for data collection. The TBWG was formed in 2001 by Transport Canada and the U.S. Department of Transportation to increase the coordination between the
IIS Teams Up with the Bureau of Intelligent Transportation Systems and Freight Security
April 25, 2008 IIS collected and provided CMV time travel data using our Time Travel Measurment System (TTMS) and ALPR Technology to the Bureau of Intelligent Transportation Systems and Freight Security (BITSAFS) at the University of British Columbia. This data was used in their report to Transport Canada on the “Benefit Assessment and Quantification of
IIS Delivers 2 Additional Mobile Units
April 1, 2008 IIS delivered two additional mobile units of their Thermal Imaging Inspection System (IRIS Van) to Alberta’s Infrastructure and Transportation Department, specifically to their Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Branch fleet.
IIS Receives 2008 Minister’s Award for Transportation Innovation
March 31, 2008 IIS and Alberta’s Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Branch received the Alberta’s 2008 Minister’s Award for Transportation Innovation for their Thermal Imaging technology and Thermal Imaging program respectively. This award is in recognition of IIS “Innovation” for using Thermal Imaging to detect mechanical violations on moving commercial vehicles. Edmonton, AB. Canada