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The most viable alternative to wheel clamping available, provided by a winning team.

ANPR Ltd, based in Preston was the former IT department of National Clamps. Our four man team duties ranged from relational Database design, Communications including SMS messaging, Voice over the internet protocol, BACS standard and APACS to facilitate Visa transaction, DVLA Vehicle Record Enquires Access, the issuing of a notice of trespass, the accounts and of course the Payroll

“In other words the perfect back office that provides reliability with results”

Since 2007 we have been creating and perfecting the mathematical algorithms that take place in live video streams that extracts the characters that constitute a number plate. ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) is a proven technology that we utilise to read the numbers of any vehicles not invited on out clients’ land.

Our low cost solutions protects vulnerable land from abuse by mis-users and trespassers by providing a high level of deterrent and through the issuing of A Notice Of Trespass to any vehicles ignoring the highly visible warning signs.

With ANPR Ltd you are choosing an industry leader with a team totalling over 60 years combined experience in the sector. We can provide many references and case studies upon request of the existing applications and results achieved for a wide range of current clients.

Start protecting your valuable land asset today, call our team on 01772 882 999 for more information. We could be fully protecting your land within 24 hours.

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