ANPR – Automatic Number Plate Recognition

The most effective and efficient parking solution that provides numerous benefits to any car park.

ANPR is one of the most favoured systems used in car parks across the UK and Bransby Wilson Parking Solutions have been front runners in its use. We quickly recognised that the system can be used to provide crucial car parking data to our clients.

Cameras are placed at the entrances and exits of the car park to photograph every vehicle as it arrives and leaves. The cameras produce real time data including traffic flow, occupancy and peak times. They are also integrated with the payment terminals which expands reporting to allow you to see how people choose to pay, the tariff they pick and compare this with time stayed.

 

Other benefits of ANPR:

  • Increased security
  • Valuable traffic flow and user statistics
  • Non-confrontational approach
  • Integration with other tech solutions
  • Nil cost setups available
  • Allow a Pay-on-Exit system

ANPR is the most popular parking technology available as it offers an effective solution to most parking concerns, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

What makes Bransby Wilson Parking Solutions stand out from competition is who we choose to partner with to enforce our car parks. We have built a strong and trusted working relationship with Minster Baywatch and Bransby Wilson set the terms which are unique to the needs of each site and each client.

Minster Baywatch does not rely on a fully automated process, every potential breach is reviewed by a highly trained analyst. They can quickly identify incorrectly entered registrations and other common mistakes before requesting to issue a Parking Charge Notice.

They also allow client input into how the ANPR system will work best for them. Such as increased grace periods, to allow people parking time to familiarise themselves with the process involved. Some sites even require having certain days/times that the cameras are ‘switched off’. This might be for one off events or regular days that do not need to be enforced.

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