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INEX/ZAMIR and VESystems to supply trial Red Light Enforcement system in Florida

INEX Technologies, a worldwide supplier of violation enforcement technologies, has teamed with VESystems of Irvine, California, to conduct a trial of INEX/ZAMIR’S new Red Light Enforcement offering in Florida, beginning in the second quarter of 2009.

 

Data collected during the 90-day trial will only be used to evaluate the product; no citations will be issued to violators observed by the system.


INEX Technologies, operating as INEX/ZAMIR since merging with Zamir Recognition Systems in 2006, has deployed ALPR (Automatic License Plate Reader) systems in over 20 countries. The company currently assists many toll road authorities by capturing data necessary to identify toll violators. INEX/ZAMIR equipment also assists police departments in real-time identification of stolen vehicles.


VESystems provides customer service and violation processing software and services to tolling agencies across North America, including several clients in Florida. The company will process images and data captured by INEX in the Florida trial. If the system is accepted for use, VESystems' VTX Violation Processing software will support the operations center staff by managing violator accounts and communications. Manfred Rietsch, CEO of VESystems said “We see red light violation processing as a natural progression to our current toll violation processing business model. We also have experience with the group at INEX Technologies, and understand each other’s approaches quite well.”


With an existing authorized reseller network of over 200 dealers around the U.S., INEX is well placed to meet the service requirements of municipalities for which they provide latest-technology Red Light Enforcement systems.


 



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