Neology wins Denmark Low Emission Zone ANPR contract

Sund & Baelt, the leading Danish transportation and infrastructure operating company, has awarded Neology a 5 year contract to deliver multiple ANPR Enforcement technologies to solve some of the most pressing traffic related challenges in Denmark.

Neology’s platform is based on the CAZaaS™ “Clean Air Zone as a Service” solution detects and enforces vehicles entering the Low Emission Zones 24 hours per day, 365 days per week.

Using the latest in AI technologies, it provides industry leading performance in detection and recognition, building upon Neology’s decades of experience in the ANPR enforcement and tolling marketplace.

Chosen from an international group of leading tolling and ANPR providers, following a thorough RFP selection process evaluating performance, delivery and cost competitiveness, the Consortium were chosen as the Framework Provider to provide ANPR Enforcement solutions and services for the next 5 years.

Commenting on the award, Per Hedelund, CEO of ITS Teknik said: ‘We are pleased to work again with Sund & Baelt on such strategic transportation initiatives, providing high quality ITS services and solutions with our consortium partner, Neology.

Luke Normington, managing director of Neology added: ‘The Sund & Baelt contract builds upon years of experience delivering tolling and enforcement solutions across the world, including some of the largest tolling, congestion pricing and emission zone projects.

‘Using our latest AI technology provides mobility operators, such as Sund & Baelt, the ability to maximise the impact of their transportation schemes, improving road user experience whilst making the Danish roads safer and cleaner.’

Neology, Inc is a leading provider of Automatic Number/License Plate Recognition (ANPR/ALPR) solutions for mobility, public safety, tolling and associated AI markets, and ITS-Teknik, one of Denmark’s leading Intelligent Traffic Solution companies, who provides complete innovative and value added ITS solutions and services for the Danish road traffic, and has done since 1968.

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