Recogine Technology Sdn Bhd

License Plate Recogniser (LPR) for Average Speed Enforcement (ASE)


License Plate Recogniser solution for travelling speed

Revolutionized speed enforcement solution using License Plate Recognition technology

ASE-Series is a line of industrial-grade vehicle license plate recognition (LPR) product designed to detect vehicles at two separate points for  Average Speed
Enforcement (ASE).

Key Features

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Powered by Deep Learning Technology
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High Performance, High Precision
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Support both Centralized and Edge Processing
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Easy integration with parking system
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Industrial-proven, wide adoption

ASE Models


Designed & built to fit industrial LPR application that requires real-time performance on-site and immediate response with third-party application.


Rack-mounted LPR engine server designed and built to fit large-scale applications capable of processing up to 10 channels (real-time) from
one location.


High performance LPR design and in-built onto a mobile camera for on-site license plate reading and various enforcement applications.

*All pictures shown here are for illustration purpose only. Actual product size may vary.

System Architecture for ASE-EX & ASE-Camera

System Architecture for ASE-C

ASE Series Functions

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Real time license
plate recognition

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Support single or
multiple channels

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management module

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Image snapshot
& timestamp

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Support ONVIF compliant

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Average speed

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Ready to interface with enforcement systems

How ASE works

Average speed enforcement (ASE), also called section control or point-to-point (P2P) speed enforcement works by measuring the amount of time it takes the vehicle to drive between two points and then calculates the average speed of the vehicle.

The vehicle is identified through their license plate when entering the enforcement section, and again when leaving it. The vehicles plates are then matched and calculated based on the time interval between these two points.


If the vehicle’s average speed exceeded the average speed limit for the length of road, the vehicle will be categorized as overspeeding

Optional Reporting Module

Live video feed to monitor incidents

Image snapshot for verification

Vehicle license plate summary for quick overview


Adaptive algorithm

Designed to perform in various harsh weather conditions, camera position and to read  unique local car plates for higher precision and matching

Non-intrusive speed detection

Utilizing the CCTV at two points, ASE does not require inductive loops to calculate the average speed

Time tested performance

With 10 years of optimizing and improving the video algorithm, our LPR has proven itself at numerous sites internationally

Detect speeding vehicles accurately

ASE is able to capture offenders who avoid offenders who only slow down at speed trap, as it derives the vehicle speed from two distant points.