Weldon, Williams & Lick offers an innovative, time-saving solution for capturing pictures of license plates using LPR technology. These license plate readers will streamline how you manage vehicle validation with real-time data.
Top 8 Benefits of LPR Technology
License plate recognition (LPR) is a practical parking access innovation because it reads the license plate on the vehicle automatically. Drivers don’t have to keep track of hang tags, and they never have to worry about forgetting their parking passes.
A Dedicated R&D Department
We put a lot of emphasis on developing products that work as promised. That’s why WW&L has a full, in-house R&D department. Every LPR access plate we create must have an exceptionally high read rate when mounted properly on the front of the vehicle. Each iteration went through a series of stringent tests before we settled on the right design.
Besides relying on our own R&D team, we also consulted with other LPR industry leaders that tested and validated our end product. As one leading LPR software/camera provider said, “If we could have this readability on all our plates, the challenge of reading license plates in North America would be much easier.”
Everything Under One Roof
Working with WW&L means having a dedicated account manager at your disposal to answer your questions and discuss the best solution for you. Need to change the artwork on your sticker? That’s not a problem for our creative team. Want a delivery timeline for your front mount LPR access plate? Our system allows for instant access to real-time status updates. Our commitment to superior customer support is evident in everything we do.
We handle everything under one roof and have ever since we first opened our doors. This unique business model means you don’t have to worry about us outsourcing your project to subpar contractors. Instead, we’ll personally handle every detail, ensuring the end product meets our strict quality standards. It’s important to us that you are satisfied with the end product.
Our client relationships continue to grow at WW&L.