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Genetec introduces AutoVu Cloudrunner, a vehicle-centric investigation system

by CM Staff   

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AutoVu Cloudrunner is intended to help law enforcement agencies catch criminals and aid in investigations.

AutoVu Cloudrunner vehicle-centric investigation system and CR-H2 solar-powered ALPR camera

MONTRÉAL — At ISC West (booth #13062), Genetec Inc., a technology provider of unified security, public safety, operations, and business intelligence solutions, will unveil AutoVu Cloudrunner™, a new cloud-based vehicle-centric investigation system (VCIS) that detects, analyzes, and securely stores vehicle identification data to support public safety investigations.

Cloudrunner enhances community-led policing initiatives and provides law enforcement agencies, community associations, and campus security teams with a reliable way to identify vehicles connected to crimes, day and night, and in any weather condition.

Cloudrunner utilizes vehicle data collected by the all new Cloudrunner CR-H2, a solar-powered automated license plate recognition (ALPR) camera.

CR-H2 features onboard integrated microphones that will be utilized in the future to quickly alert public safety and law enforcement officials to a range of sounds – creating deeper situational awareness for a more informed response.

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In addition to the CR-H2, the Cloudrunner investigation system is also compatible with existing ALPR cameras such as the AutoVu™ SharpV and has the ability to integrate with ALPR data coming from select third-party cameras.

“This innovative vehicle centric investigation system is a game changer for law enforcement, helping them solve crimes today and build a safer tomorrow,” said Stephan Kaiser, General Manager, AutoVu, Genetec Inc. “Because AutoVu Cloudrunner captures more vehicle data and has superior performance at night and at high speed, investigators have access to more evidence, no matter when the crime took place, day or night – rain or shine.”

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