Charonite has recently finished work on the Andover Interchange Implementation, with advanced vehicle routing functions on the A303 in the UK.
Andover - 31/05/2011 - Charonite has recently provided Vindex Systems Ltd. with a vehicle identification and control system for the Andover project commissioned by Goodman Logistics Developments.
The Andover project involves the creation of an ANPR based Vehicle Identification System used at the A303 "100 Acre Corner" Interchange with the A343/A342 on land adjacent to the A303. Capita Symonds (Intelligent Transport Systems consultants) developed the concept design and solution specification such that the operation of the system will ensure that vehicles are routed directly onto the national trunk road network. This will ensure that local residents are not affected by the increase in traffic. The £600,000 project has been completed in May 2011.
Charonite’s solution, called Blink, offers a web-based interface that integrates securely with the ANPR cameras at the various stations in the Andover project, transferring encrypted data over a private secure network. The system is accessible securely via HTTPS and includes synchronisation of data from a number of applications and capability for an encrypted interface for local authorities.
Data is stored in an SQL database, with a redundant database replication setup. A number of web services are provided to interface with the Blink system. A CSV/TSV data export interface to Microsoft Excel and all common accounting packages is provided for all users, together with the capability to issue ad-hoc and scheduled reports in various formats, including encrypted secure PDF documents.