Finmeccanica Inc. has released a new Podcast on its advanced license plate reader as a crime stopper and counter-terrorism tool.
Stephen Bryen, President of Finmeccanica North America interviews Mark Windover, CEO of Elsag America Law Enforcement Systems.
Elsag America Law Enforcement Systems was formerly known as Remington-Elsag Law Enforcement Systems. Elsag and Finmeccanica acquired the Remington shares in the company earlier this fall.
The Podcast describes how the Elsag advanced License Plate Reading system has helped catch major criminals and prevented car-jacking and sexual crimes. It also describes a new “Geo-Fence®” tool incorporated in the LPR which helps keep known sexual offenders away from schools, day care centers and other sensitive locations.
The Elsag LPR is deployed globally and consists of fixed and mobile readers that are networked together and report to command centers, also built by Elsag.
Elsag’s LPR is regarded as the standard setter in the field of LPR and is the world’s only fully networked integrated system.
Now in 26 states and over 260 law enforcement organizations, the Elsag LPR system and tools are changing the American face of law enforcement and helping make American communities safer.