PIPS Technology, a Neology Business

San Diego, CA 92128


About PIPS Technology, a Neology Business


13520 Evening Creek Suite 460
San Diego, CA 92128
United States of America
833-747-7577 Option 1 for Sales, Option 2 for Support

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PIPS Technology™ is a leader in detection innovation supplying advanced Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR) solutions to make our world safer and smarter.

Established in 1983, PIPS Technology™ built the world’s first integrated traffic camera. Focused and dedicated to detection innovations, PIPS boasts an expansive automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) product line that is filled with industry leading technology. With high performance cameras, intelligent software, reliable hardware and dependable support and services, PIPS has deployed over 50,000 ALPR systems in over 100 countries.

Products & Press Releases

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The IRIS Automatic Number/License Plate Recognition camera was announced at IACP 2018.
LPR (License Plate Recognition)

Orders from North America and Europe for High-Performance ANPR/ALPR Solution

Dec. 11, 2018
PIPS IRIS, the new automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) camera platform, has proven itself in the field, resulting in orders for several hundred cameras to be delivered in Q1 FY19.
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LPR (License Plate Recognition)

New, Smart and Fully Integrated ALPR Camera Launched: The PIPS IRIS

Oct. 25, 2018
PIPS IRIS, the new automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) camera platform, provides superior plate reading accuracy with a breadth of deployment use-cases.
On the Street

IACP and 3M Name 2014 Honorees of the Looking Beyond the License Plate Award

Nov. 13, 2014
Award recognizes officers who used license plates to solve serious crimes

Articles & News

Images courtesy of TSI Prism
The three components of the Alanco TSI Prism system include an inmate-worn and an officer-worn transmitter and the location receivers positioned throughout a building. Each transmitter sends out a unique RFID code every 2 seconds, which are then collected by the array of receiving antennas throughout the prison facilities.

Under constant watch

March 1, 2009
Real-time tracking and mapping in corrections allows management to better survey and protect

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