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Genetec Patroller™ Law Enforcement User Guide 6.6

Applies to
Genetec Patroller™ 6.6
Last updated
2021-02-01
Content type
Guides
Guides > User guides
Language
English (United States)
Product
Genetec Patroller™
Version
6.6

This section introduces you to the main components of Genetec Patroller™.

A Notification bar The information displayed in the notification bar depends on how Genetec Patroller™ is configured.

Generally, you’ll see basic information, such as the current time and date, your Genetec Patroller™ username, parking enforcement rules (if applicable), and so on. There are also icons to notify you if a connection has been lost, or if an offload didn’t complete in a previous session.

B Search Search for captured reads and hits.
C Plate review reel See plate reads live as they occur.

Depending on how Genetec Patroller™ is configured, a hit causes the plate review reel to switch from displaying reads to displaying unacknowledged hits.

You can review reads and hits from the plate review reel, and search for specific license plates.
  • To view more information about a read or hit, tap the item on the plate review reel.
  • To navigate through the list, swipe the plate review reel left or right, or touch and hold the left and right arrows. You can also type CTRL+G and use the slider to go directly to a specific read.
  • To resume live plate reading at any time, tap Go live.
D Selected read Tap a read to review it in the information panel, and see its location on the map (if maps are installed).
E Go live button Tap to resume tracking live reads and view the patrol vehicle's position on the map (if maps are installed).
F Information panel See information about a read or hit such as the context image, ALPR image, and so on. Tap the image to switch between displaying the context image and the map in the main viewer. Tap the license plate text string to edit the plate.
G Main viewer Displays the patrol vehicle's current location on the map, as well as the different types of reads and hits for your AutoVu™ configuration:
Circle
No overtime rule, permit list, or zone selected. Reads are in grey, hotlist hits are the color defined by administrators in Config Tool (red by default).
Triangle (Permit lists)
A permit list is selected. Reads are in grey, hits are in green.
Diamond (Overtime rules)
Overtime rule or zone selected. Reads are in grey, hits are in blue.
NOTE: When Show due is active, overtime reads appear in the color defined for the overtime rule by administrators in Config Tool.
H Camera indicator Indicates which camera on the vehicle captured the read or hit.
I Zoom controls Control the behavior of the Main viewer.
  • To zoom in, tap the (+) button.
  • To zoom out, tap the (-) button.
J Street address or GPS coordinates Displays the current location of the Genetec Patroller™. Click to change the display from GPS coordinates to a street address and vice versa.
K Pause/Resume reading Pauses and resumes plate reading for all Sharps installed on the vehicle.
L Toolbar
Hits
Tap to display all unacknowledged hits. Only pending hits are displayed, you must tap Review to see the hits that were processed (enforced, not enforced, or rejected).
Manual Capture
Capture a license plate by typing the plate information manually.
New wanted
Manually add a license plate to the patrol vehicle's local database on the in-vehicle computer, so Genetec Patroller™ can generate a hit if the plate is captured. New wanted license plate values are not part of any hotlist files and not pushed to any other patrol vehicles or Security Center.
Plate lists
Tap to display active hotlists and permit lists. You can also perform past read matching.
Offload
Offload ALPR data at the end of a shift.
Options
Adjust basic Genetec Patroller™ options such as volume.
Status
View Genetec Patroller™ statistics, download status, diagnostics, error messages, and version information.
Cameras
Indicates how many cameras are installed and which one is reading plates.
Video
View the live video feed from the Sharp unit’s ALPR camera or context camera. If installed, you can also view the tire cameras’ video feed.