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TagMaster NA GTMS solution Deployed For Spokane International Airport 

September 30, 2022


TagMaster NA GTMS solution Deployed For Spokane International Airport






Tacoma, WA | October 30, 2022 – TagMaster North America, Inc. (TMNA), a leader for AVI (Automated Vehicle Identification) with over 25 years of experience and technical knowledge, announces the successful implementation of the TrackFlow – the advanced GTMS (Ground Transportation Management System) – at Spokane International Airport, WA.

The high-performance RFID systems and LPR technologies deployed for the Airport address a wide range of challenges in the commercial vehicle sector for ground transportation management, vehicle tracking, auditing, and reporting. Our diverse family of readers, tags, cameras, accessories, and airport software solutions offer maximum adaptability and versatility.

TrackFlow, is the premier tracking software solution for TagMaster North America’s RFID and LPR platforms. This software solution offers enhanced features such as zoning, dispatching, multiple reader support, a new-and-improved web interface, sync-enabled whitelisting, streamlined groups and access profiles, and multiple anti-pass back settings, with custom data view and export capabilities to suit the unique specifications of each application.

Spokane International Airport is a 6,000-acre commercial service airport served by eight airlines offering nonstop service to 20 destinations throughout the U.S. The second busiest airport in Washington State, the Airport handled 3,280,062 total passengers in 2021. With traffic growing higher and demand increasing for travel facilities across North America, having a reliable and accurate GTMS for commercial vehicles is critical to maximizing airport revenue and ensuring the best passenger experience.



The Airport has been successfully using our GTMS software and long-range RFID platform for several years. In 2022, they decided to upgrade their GTMS to also utilize our high performance LPR Cameras. By using the CT-45 LPR cameras, they are able to maintain additional control over the usage of the commercial vehicles. The dual (IR and white light) LPR camera is able to capture all distinct types of vehicles traveling at variable speeds and angles with extremely high accuracy. Commercial vehicles can now utilize their license plate as a credential in addition to an RFID tag and new vehicles registering with the airport can use the license plate as their identifier.


Now utilizing our comprehensive GTMS software solution and the long-range RFID and LPR hardware, Spokane International Airport is able to achieve an extremely high accuracy of commercial vehicle tracking and management; which then translates directly into report-based revenue for the companies registering with the Airport. By maximizing revenue and streamlining the service for not only the landside Staff and Operators, but also the commercial vehicle companies it has ensured a first-class curbside experience for passengers. TagMaster NA continues to earn its position as an industry leader by leveraging an innovative product line and in-house development to respond to the ever evolving and changing industry. This includes changing Airport standards and passenger expectations. As customers demand high security with a contactless approach, our ACTS TrackFlow GTMS with TMNA RFID and LPR technologies provides a clear solution only available from TagMaster NA. Watch your revenue take off with our intelligent identification solutions.


Spokane Airport  For more information about Spokane International Airport and their solutions, please visit www.spokaneairports.net.

TagMaster North America, Inc. is a leading provider of Intelligent Identification solutions, offering dual technologies including long-range Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) and License Plate Recognition (LPR). TagMaster NA addresses a wide range of challenges in the parking, rail bound, access, industrial and security industries with 25 years of experience and technical knowledge. The diverse family of hardware and software solutions ensures maximum adaptability and versatility. sales@TagMasterNA.com | P: 866-615-5299

Leonardo’s Newest Plate Reader Solution Makes ALPR/ANPR Technology More Affordable

October 19, 2021



Leonardo’s Newest Plate Reader Solution Makes ALPR/ANPR Technology More Affordable




 This economical system answers a need for agencies of all sizes

 Data now includes the vehicle make, type and color in addition to the plate number

 Solar power and cellular modem eliminate the need for electrical and communications infrastructure




Paris, France October 19, 2021 — At Milipol Paris 2021, the leading event for Homeland Security and Safety, Leonardo, the manufacturer of the highly advanced ELSAG Plate Hunter® automatic license plate recognition (ALPR/ANPR) technology for law enforcement, announced a new, autonomous license/number plate reader that delivers an economical means of deploying ALPR/ANPR in cities and neighborhoods—a solution that answers a specific request from customers. The solar-powered, pole-mounted, all-in-one ELSAG® Street Sentry is a low-cost system and a key component of Leonardo’s initiative to make ALPR/ANPR technology accessible for agencies of all sizes.

Leonardo’s ELSAG Street Sentry expands Leonardo’s robust ecosystem of ALPR/ANPR solutions deployed by law enforcement to aid a myriad of public safety objectives, dramatically increasing officers’ productivity by finding suspect vehicles quickly. “Street Sentry is a game-changer,” said Jason Laquatra, general manager of Leonardo’s U.S. subsidiary Selex ES Inc. “It makes the force-multiplying benefits of our ALPR affordable, even for small agencies. Couple that with our industry-leading support and it’s never been a better time to start or grow your ALPR program.”

The ELSAG Street Sentry reads plates 24/7 on city and neighborhood streets to identify suspect vehicles and provide data to officers for real-time interdiction and investigations. Agencies can install it at a single location or at multiple sites to create an ALPR/ANPR safety net in their community. Street Sentry seamlessly incorporates into existing ELSAG ALPR/ANPR networks or performs effectively on its own. This solar- powered solution will be attractive to agencies with green initiatives.

Leonardo’s mission is to continually advance ALPR/ANPR technology to help federal, state, and local law enforcement combat vehicle-related crime. The new ALPR/ANPR solution is part of a wider Leonardo offering portfolio which includes advanced command and control and intelligence solutions able to support effective and coordinated law enforcement operations on the field, in normal and emergency conditions, thanks to the integration of professional communication solutions. “Our long history of ALPR development helps us to build strong partnerships with agencies globally,” said Laquatra. “Every solution we bring to market is purpose-built and field-tested for the quality and dependability required for the critical rigors of law enforcement, and we’re excited about the opportunities Street Sentry brings to the safety of our communities.”

Leonardo, a global high-technology company, is among the top world players in Aerospace, Defence and Security and Italy’s main industrial company. Organized into five business divisions, Leonardo has a significant industrial presence in Italy, the United Kingdom, Poland and the USA, where it also operates through subsidiaries that include Leonardo DRS (defense electronics), and joint ventures and partnerships: ATR, MBDA, Telespazio, Thales Alenia Space and Avio. Leonardo competes in the most important international markets by leveraging its areas of technological and product leadership (Helicopters, Aircraft, Aerostructures, Electronics, Cyber Security and Space). Listed on the Milan Stock Exchange (LDO), in 2020 Leonardo recorded consolidated revenues of €13.4 billion and invested €1.6 billion in Research and Development. The company has been part of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI) since 2010 and has been named as sustainability global leader in the Aerospace & Defence sector for the second year in a row of DJSI in 2020.

Selex ES Inc.

Leonardo’s U.S. subsidiary, Selex ES Inc., is a leading manufactuerer of proprietary Automatic License/Number Plate Recognition (ALPR/ANPR) technology to law enforcement, security agencies, and tolling and parking authorities worldwide. This line of business is headquartered in Greensboro, NC and leads the market with its ELSAG Plate Hunter® ALPR solutions, the most advanced available. For more information about the company and its exciting technology portfolio, visit leonardocompany- us.com/lpr.

Tattile ALPR cameras in Vietnam 

April 06, 2020





Tattile ALPR cameras in Vietnam



For some years now, Vietnam has been the protagonist of constant economic and technological growth, positioning as a leader in ITS and Smart City infrastructure in the APAC region.



In this regard, an ambitious project, including safety systems and traffic offences control renovation, will involve Tattile ALPR cameras through the collaboration with local partners. The ANPR devices will be installed in the North of Vietnam, creating the new backbone for road user protection and enhancing the relative driving experience.



Several Tattile license plate reader cameras will be used to grant road users safety, by measuring the vehicles speed in the most critical stretches of the road and by detecting red-light runners in the selected intersections. All these applications will have the common goal to reduce casualties and to protect the citizens.

In addition to the enforcement capabilities, the previously described traffic monitoring systems will provide the detection of each transit. Those transits, together with the ones collected by fully dedicated ANPR cameras installed on the road, will allow the government to collect and use a huge amount of Big Data. The latter, including license plate numbers and vehicle profiles, are useful for many security and counter crime purposes such as preventing vehicles from being stolen and tracking hit-and-run offenders.

The project involves Tattile Vega Smart 2HD, Vega Smart Speed and Vega Smart Traffic Light cameras. These license plate reader devices, equipped with embedded Artificial Intelligence (AI), are capable to performing real-time analysis without needing an external computer or costly IT infrastructure.

This innovative project will last 3 years…and we’re just at the beginning.