The ALPR system consists of “three cameras, they are mounted on the outside of the police squad car: one on the front left directed at oncoming traffic, one on the front right directed at the number two lane or cars parked on the side of the road, and a third mounted on a 90-degree angle on the side for use in parking lots.” Video after the jump.

..the squad car need only cruise down a parking lot lane and it will alert the officer if any of the plates are a match with an “audible signal.” The information is immediately brought up on the on-board computer’s display, telling the cop everything he needs to know about that suspect car. It’s efficient too, as the ALPR can handle up to 3000 plates an hour

[via Mobilemag]

The ALPR system consists of “three cameras, they are mounted on the outside of the police squad car: one on the front left directed at oncoming traffic, one on the front right directed at the number two lane or cars parked on the side of the road, and a third mounted on a 90-degree angle on the side for use in parking lots.” Video after the jump.

..the squad car need only cruise down a parking lot lane and it will alert the officer if any of the plates are a match with an “audible signal.” The information is immediately brought up on the on-board computer’s display, telling the cop everything he needs to know about that suspect car. It’s efficient too, as the ALPR can handle up to 3000 plates an hour

[via Mobilemag]