New security system using AI and cloud technology looks to reduce car theft and greenhouse gas emissions in Thailand
Frasers Property Thailand has launched a new innovative security system that uses artificial intelligence and cloud databases in the hopes of reducing car theft and greenhouse gas emissions.
The project known as Dashway equips CCTV cameras with the ability to recognise license plates, predict traffic density and calculate exhaust emissions in real-time.
These enhanced security abilities to keep Thailand safe from premise intrusions and parking violations are powered by machine learning embedded in cloud databases.
Dashway’s data visualisation displays information on traffic density and exhaust emissions.
Display license plate recognition information and classification of cars enter-exit
Yan Khek Wee, the EVP of Investment Property for Frasers Property Thailand, said: “Dashway helps to reduce our operation costs and also provides a seamless experience to our customers.”
The project will be deployed for the first time at Frasers Property Logistics Park to solve the problem of manually handling site security of the facility that accommodates more than 2,000 vehicles per day.
Dashway will provide a non-intrusive experience for customers by deploying Automatic License Plate Recognition technology connected to barrier gates, allowing authorised personnel into the park and reducing traffic congestion.
The project’s Automatic Intruder Detection technology captures 360-degree movement
Geo-fencing technology (GFA)
The cloud database will store information on the types of vehicles to enable predictive analysis and even a future use for targeted advertising.
The project provides real-time notifications to security teams and visualisations of the data to help keep Thailand safe from car theft and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
This article is produced in partnership with TCC Tech.