Closed ATM View - CrimTrac ANPR 2008/4
Automated Number Plate Recognition technology
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Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Brisbane, Darwin, Hobart
CrimTrac is an Executive Agency within the Commonwealth Government in the Attorney General’s Portfolio. The agency was established on 1 July 2000, with the aim to „enhance Australian law enforcement with an emphasis on information-based policing facilitated through rapid access to detailed, current and accurate police information.
CrimTrac is currently undertaking a scoping study to develop a report on the strategic national implementation of an Automated Number Plate Recognition (ANPR). The ANPR scoping study aims to fully explore the feasibility of the national deployment of ANPR technology and will canvass aspects such as cost / benefit analysis, legislative and policy frameworks, examination of current and required infrastructure, privacy issues and technical options for the implementation of a national infrastructure model. The scoping study represents an exciting opportunity for Australian law enforcement and road transport departments. This Request for Information (RFI) represents the initial engagement with ANPR technology providers to assist the project team assess industry capability and to move towards procurement steps aiming to establish a panel of providers.
The signed documents should be mailed as soon as possible thereafter to the address below.