Inspecting Vehicle With Advanced User Interface

Kate Schattner | January 12, 2018

UVEye – The Most Advanced System User Interface (UI)

UVEye’s next-generation Under Vehicle Inspection System, that scans any vehicle’s undercarriage and automatically detects any modifications to it or threats, is driven by an extremely intuitive and easy-to-master User Interface (UI). This powerful workstation makes UVEye stand out from the crowd and operators’ lives easy.
UVEye’s advanced system UI comprises many advantages. The system’s ease-of-use and intuitiveness, which allows operators with no prior knowledge to effortlessly control all features, is just one of them.

Superior Software

The system software itself is super-fast, automatically detecting, inspecting, and warning an operator of any anomalies found in or on inbound vehicles. For example, if the system is being used for border control in a high-traffic environment, it can quickly inspect each incoming vehicle without causing any delays.

Another essential advantage is that the system can connect to any third party software already up and running on a site, which is often the case. UVEye’s extensive API library is the key that enables the system to easily integrate with any other local software.

In other instances, sites may already have physical access controls in place, such as bollards, arm barriers, or wedge barriers, etc. UVEye’s UI easily integrate with these allowing full control over them. Additionally, the system can automatically decide whether an incoming vehicle is clear to enter a site — if yes, it will open the aforementioned access control systems in use, or alternatively, prevent it from entering until it has been fully checked by a security guard.

Operational Benefits

UVEye’s unique Automatic Smart Compare® feature will detect, inspect and alert the operator for any changes or additions that have been made to the incoming vehicle. The operator can then mark, edit, and even add a comment regarding anything suspicious found in the car. This information will pop-up in the future when the incident is investigated.

This ties in with the UVEye system’s Advanced Reports section. This section stores all scanned vehicles, inputs of all previous scans, and threats or changes that have been found. It even stores the comments uploaded by the operator on a specific event.Another important UI feature involves User Permissions and Restrictions. The “User” category is divided into three groups: Admin, Supervisor, and Operator. Each of these have their own set of permissions regarding what they can control and edit and what they cannot. This is designed as a security measure to prevent non-relevant people from changing or editing system settings, vehicle lists, or any other item that will affect the system workflow.

Having mentioned all the above, there is another feature that equips the operator with crucial information — Additional Views. The system has the option to show the operator many additional views of the vehicle — such as an overview (top, sides, back) and the driver’s face. Next, thanks to UVEye’s built-in LPR (License Plate Recognition) camera, it goes one step further by displaying the vehicle’s license plate, automatically matching it to the vehicle’s ownership, and then matching the LP image with the driver’s image.

Bottom line, UVEye’s UI provides the operator with an advanced, easy, accurate, and fast tool with which to control many components and without needing any prior knowledge of this state-of-the-art under vehicle inspection system.

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