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The figure below illustrates the various components of the technology that would be used in the proposed scheme in Cambridge. The vehicle would be fitted with an ‘on board’ unit that would register the vehicle passing or entering the charging zone. The Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) transceiver and vehicle receiver unit would log entry.This is backed up by Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) cameras mounted on the same pole and outrigger, as shown in the figure below. Spatial matching would take place between the image read and recorded by the ANPR camera and the DSRC transaction.
The next figure shows an example of an image caught by an ANPR camera as a vehicle passes a pole and outrigger into a charging zone.
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