3M to showcase 'revolutionary' ANPR camera at Traffex


Technology firm 3M will unveil what it called a ‘revolutionary’ new Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera at Traffex 2017.

It said the Next Generation TS-500 camera will offer a raft of new benefits and advanced features, 'transforming the investigatory powers of police forces worldwide'.


The firm will showcase a working model at Traffex, Europe’s biggest dedicated road, traffic, parking and transport event, which runs from 4 to 6 April at the NEC in Birmingham.

Visitors to the 3M stand – D50 – will be shown live demonstrations of the key features of the camera, allowing them to experience its capabilities directly.

Simon Copeman, 3M general sales and marketing manager, said: ‘Traffex looks set to be particularly exciting for 3M this year, and we can’t wait to welcome visitors to our stand.

'We know visitors want to see first-hand how our products work, which is why we are delighted to be offering technical demonstrations across the three days.

‘We are also extremely excited about the global debut of the 3M Next Generation ANPR Camera TS-500, which people will experience the benefits of for the first time.’

3M said it will also bring to life its wide range of outstanding road safety solutions in an interactive demonstration space at its Traffex stand.

Visitors will see first-hand how the company’s ‘innovative’ reflective materials are used for traffic signing, vehicle safety markings and road markings.

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