NDI Recognition Systems® has collaborated with both cities and countries looking to secure their borders with the very best in License Plate Recognition technology. ALPR Technology that could withstand the harshest weather conditions and still perform 24/7. NDI-RS has proven to be their solution and we look forward to being yours as well.
We have had many successes with the ALPR, including the arrest last week of individuals who broke into 25 cars last week & stole one of them. I look forward to many more.
– Chief Manning, South Carolina
ALPR systems make it possible to safely and securely recognize and run literally thousands of license plates per day rather than the three or four dozen under a manual process. I truly feel that this technology is the most valuable tool for law enforcement since the video camera. I recommend this product and NDI Recognition Systems.
– Chief Young, Alabama
I love the NDI ALPR System. By combining the data we receive from our cameras with witness statements, surveillance footage, DMV databases, and information uncovered by investigating officers, we’ve been able to solve numerous crimes.
– J. Flory, Crime Analyst, Florida.
The [NDI-RS] system pays for itself. The revenue generated from traffic stops covered the cost of the units within the first year.
– Chief R. Douglas, South Carolina
We’ve arrested subjects with warrants for property crimes to narcotics and recovered stolen firearms from convicted felons. When we receive intel from surrounding jurisdictions about vehicles used in crimes, we simply enter that into the hotlist. The program is very user friendly. Even our deputies with limited computer skills are actively using the system. We’re very happy with our decision to choose NDI.
– Captain F. Wood, Florida
FOLLY BEACH — State-of-the-art cameras soon will record the license plates of every vehicle entering and leaving the island in a new initiative that taps into crime-fighting technology increasingly used across the country.
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A man wanted in a months-long armed robbery spree was arrested Friday morning in an upscale neighborhood near Ormond Beach, Sheriff Mike Chitwood said.
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