One of the unique Data Factory capabilities in working with traffic data is the ability to customize business logic for individual client tasks.
Our team has developed a catalog of the most popular traffic management business logics. Now our clients can choose ready-made logic that meets their business objectives or order an individualized one if the client’s project requires it. It takes roughly 24 hours from the moment the client submits the appointment to fulfill the request with no loss in the quality of the business logic or the performance of the system.
In today’s blog, we want to introduce you to the Data Factory business logic catalog and its key benefits. It’s important to note right away that we use Axis ANPR cameras (with ALPV or CAMMRA applications) or Hanwha ANPR cameras or our NumberOk universal sensor (for regular cameras) to obtain all recognized vehicle data. If the project requires video confirmation of the violation, then it can be obtained from Milestone, to which the Data Factory is connected.
Occupancy time violation
This logic allows you to calculate the time the car stays in the parking lot. Two ANPR cameras at the entrance and exit identify the vehicle, and the operator sets the time paid by the client. If the duration of the vehicle’s stay is more than the paid time, then a violation signal is given.
Lists and Alerts
This business logic is in high demand by the police in daily traffic monitoring or by companies using loyalty programs (shopping malls, gas stations). Data Factory allows the user to configure several types of lists of offenders on the road, e.g., trucks that are forbidden to enter the city center, VIP person’s list or unscrupulous customers who don’t pay at the gas station, etc.
As soon as Data Factory identifies the offender based on the data from the ANPR camera in real time, and, after comparing it with a given list, a warning pops up. In addition, customers can pull up a video confirming the violation.
FF Data Factory allows customers to analyze the traffic of trucks with trailers from a whole network of logistics centers or border control centers.
ANPR camera or NumberOk (your choice) detects the front license plate number and vehicle type as well as the rear trailer number plate. It then sends all the data to FF Data Factory where the logistics center operator can check the license plates for compliance and receive an alert of the truck’s “entry/exit” status; or, in case of a violation (eg., a trailer number mismatch), the operator can prohibit the entry or exit with a warning signal.
Time within area
FF Data Factory works quickly with lists and issues reports on vehicles’ time spent in parking networks or in the parking lots of restaurants or shopping malls. For example, restaurant owners are interested in how much time the client spends on their premises or how many visitors come by per day. This allows them to generate a client/visitor profile and effectively plan the staffing of the restaurant.
Data Factory’s business logic for vehicle statistics helps to administer traffic in a city and plan new road infrastructure. The client can receive a different configuration of transport data by type, brand and model at different time periods and other parameters. And more, such statistics can be used in marketing campaigns to determine which vehicle brand passes most often by a given section of the road indicating optimal locations for the placement of targeted ads.
Factory truck to city expanded
How can you regulate the movement of trucks according to a given route (waybill)?
Data Factory has a logic that allows the logistics operator at a business to control the trucks’ route. Cameras installed at the business and in the city transmit data about the truck to the control point. If a truck by mistake violates the route and, therefore, the rules for entering the city, the operator can quickly correct its route.
This business logic was developed for the USA. In Data Factory you can import a vehicle list of violators from the NCIC database (central database for tracking crime-related information). If the ANPR cameras that are connected to Data Factory capture a suspicious vehicle from NCIC, then the police receive an alert.
One of the most popular traffic management features “average speed control” is implemented in Data Factory. For this, a user needs to select 2 points of speed control and Data Factory calculates the average speed.
Once the offender has been identified, the data is transferred to the police. Moreover, you can get statistics of violations by day and by route to determine where to set up a police patrol.
Free parking places
Keeping a count of cars that enter a parking lot to determine the number of free spaces is another useful business logic. All it takes is to set the number of total spaces and enter the cars that are currently there, and start the process of counting free spaces. Our business logic allows you to book online parking spaces, as well as conduct statistical analysis of work by day, week or month.
Just choose FF Data Factory business logic for your project or order an individualized one by clicking on the following link.
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