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Re working ANPR on a pi 3 !

Wed Nov 07, 2018 9:36 pm

Hi Guy's !

This is my first post to this forum and the pi is a big learning curve but I recently watched the youtube link showing the anpr system working perfectly with fast moving images and this is exactly what i'm trying to setup on my own raspberry to search for plates that i can add to my own databse but seeing as i,m completely new i'm having to learn slowly so any help would be appreciated ! heres the link to what i ideally need it to work like while i'm mobile ?

Also i use the mobius camera's as dashcam's in the car and i'm wondering if these would work for this project and if not can you recommend a camera that will work yet would still be covert .

thanks in advance ;)


Re: Re working ANPR on a pi 3 !

Thu Nov 08, 2018 2:20 am

There was a talk published to YouTube that has a link to some code in the comments

But this one has node-red, cloud and local recognition ... -node-red/

Interestingly in the U.K. you would have to put warning signs up if you use this to say nothing about the registration of the use with the ICO. Fines are frightening now :cry:

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Re: Re working ANPR on a pi 3 !

Thu Nov 08, 2018 9:23 am

Thanks for the reply Andyroo , and after a lot of reading last night it looks like the programmer was using opencv on there pi ?

if i could get a similar source code to this i think i will have an excellent working mobile system but i'm surprised not many user's have tried creating a working version on this forum yet when you would expect it to be really popular ?

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Re: Re working ANPR on a pi 3 !

Sat Sep 07, 2019 4:33 pm

some time back I was able to find the software shown in the video: ... 2xHRDRISVk

it only has a binary so I haven't run it on my system. if you are brave enough give it a try.

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Re: Re working ANPR on a pi 3 !

Thu Jan 16, 2020 12:23 am

The Raspberry Pi is a very low-cost computer that runs Linux and has a set of input and output pins that allow users to control electronic components.
You will find variety of cameras for on this site, check it out.

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