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National Vehicle Intelligence Cloud

NAVIC™ is a South African company providing various tools and services in the provision of a security ecosystem for communities, business and government in the Security Industry.

(Over 4.76 Billion)

Total Plate Reads by Navic.Cloud

(Over R137 Million)

Total Value of recovered goods YTD

(01 Jan – 30 Sept 2023)

NAVIC Approved Information Service Provider

NAVIC Alerts Forwarded to and Distributed by E2

(01 Jan – 30 Sept 2023)

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2 days ago
Navic Cloud

HIJACKING SUSPECT ARRESTED
📍Colesburg, Northern Cape | 2024/01/30

The Smhart Special Operations unit received intelligence about a hijacking incident on the R75. Smhart operatives and SAPS Kirkwood detectives promptly responded to the situation and successfully recovered the hijacked bakkie. NAVIC.Cloud was notified to aid in tracking the suspect vehicle.

Using the national NAVIC.Cloud ANPR system, the suspect vehicle's movements were monitored. Ultimately, the vehicle was intercepted in Colesburg, and the suspects were apprehended by authorities.

Units involved
*Smhart Special Operations unit
* Navic
* Kirkwood detectives
* Kirkwood station commander
* SAPS Graaf Reinet K9 unit
* SAPS crime intelligence
* Colesburg SA#NavicN#ANPR##safercommunitiesi#PartnershipPolicingi#TeamNavicN#NotOnOurWatchW#zerotolerancer#January2024y2024
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HIJACKING SUSPECT ARRESTED
📍Colesburg, Northern Cape | 2024/01/30 

The Smhart Special Operations unit received intelligence about a hijacking incident on the R75. Smhart operatives and SAPS Kirkwood detectives promptly responded to the situation and successfully recovered the hijacked bakkie. NAVIC.Cloud was notified to aid in tracking the suspect vehicle.

Using the national NAVIC.Cloud ANPR system, the suspect vehicles movements were monitored. Ultimately, the vehicle was intercepted in Colesburg, and the suspects were apprehended by authorities.

Units involved 
*Smhart Special Operations unit
* Navic
* Kirkwood detectives 
* Kirkwood station commander 
* SAPS Graaf Reinet K9 unit 
* SAPS crime intelligence
* Colesburg SAPS 

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024

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Well done

2 days ago
Navic Cloud

STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERED
📍Soweto, Gauteng | 2024/02/02

On the 2nd of February 2024 a stolen vehicle triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Johannesburg. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Members responded and the vehicle was tracked through the use of the NAVIC.Cloud system. The vehicle was tracked to Soweto where it was stopped and confirmed as stolen.

Two suspects were arrested and the vehicle recovered.

#Navic #ANPR #safercommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #february2024
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STOLEN VEHICLE RECOVERED
📍Soweto, Gauteng | 2024/02/02 

On the 2nd of February 2024 a stolen vehicle triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Johannesburg. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Members responded and the vehicle was tracked through the use of the NAVIC.Cloud system. The vehicle was tracked to Soweto where it was stopped and confirmed as stolen.

Two suspects were arrested and the vehicle recovered.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #February2024
6 days ago
Navic Cloud

DRUG DEALER ARRESTED
📍George, Western Cape | 2024/02/03

On the 3rd of February 2024 a vehicle linked to a known drug dealer with a drug trafficing history triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in George. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Members responded and the vehicle was stopped in Cornville George. The five occupants of the vehicle were searched and one of the occupants were found to be in possession of Crystal Methamphetamine to the value of R30-00. The suspect found to be in possession of drugs was arrested and the other occupants was released.

#Navic #ANPR #safercommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #february2024
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DRUG DEALER ARRESTED
📍George, Western Cape | 2024/02/03 

On the 3rd of February 2024 a vehicle linked to a known drug dealer with a drug trafficing history triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in George. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Members responded and the vehicle was stopped in Cornville George. The five occupants of the vehicle were searched and one of the occupants were found to be in possession of Crystal Methamphetamine to the value of R30-00. The suspect found to be in possession of drugs was arrested and the other occupants was released.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #February2024
6 days ago
Navic Cloud

ARMED ROBBERS ARRESTED
📍Clifton, Western Cape | 2024/01/25

On the 25th of January 2024 at 19:15 a vehicle linked to an armed robbery that took place on the 14th of January 2024 triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Clifton. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Shortly after at 20:30 the vehicle was intercepted by members of the SAPS Flying Squad and K9 on the N1 before the Plattekloof Bridge in the direction of Bellville. The five occupants of the vehicle were escorted to Goodwood SAPS where they were arrested in connection to the armed robbery case.

#Navic #ANPR #safercommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #January2024
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ARMED ROBBERS ARRESTED
📍Clifton, Western Cape | 2024/01/25 

On the 25th of January 2024 at 19:15 a vehicle linked to an armed robbery that took place on the 14th of January 2024 triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Clifton. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Shortly after at 20:30 the vehicle was intercepted by members of the SAPS Flying Squad and K9 on the N1 before the Plattekloof Bridge in the direction of Bellville. The five occupants of the vehicle were escorted to Goodwood SAPS where they were arrested in connection to the armed robbery case.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024
7 days ago
Navic Cloud

THIEF DETAINED
📍Lanseria, Gauteng | 2024/01/24

On January 24th, 2024, a vehicle associated with an ongoing theft case activated NAVIC.Cloud cameras at Northgate Mall. The alert was swiftly disseminated to all relevant groups for immediate action.

Members intercepted the vehicle at entrance 7, where both the vehicle and its occupant were detained, and Honeydew SAPS was notified. Upon SAPS's arrival, all pertinent information was conveyed to them, and the driver along with the vehicle was transported back to the station for further inquiry.

Although the case linked to the vehicle was found to be closed, the investigation uncovered that the driver had an outstanding warrant for arrest related to a recent robbery at a PEP store in Pretoria. Additionally, the driver was discovered to be in possession of stolen goods.

Consequently, the suspect was detained for further proceedin#NavicN#ANPR##safercommunitiesi#PartnershipPolicingi#TeamNavicN#NotOnOurWatchW#zerotolerancer#January2024y2024
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THIEF DETAINED
📍Lanseria, Gauteng | 2024/01/24 

On January 24th, 2024, a vehicle associated with an ongoing theft case activated NAVIC.Cloud cameras at Northgate Mall. The alert was swiftly disseminated to all relevant groups for immediate action.

Members intercepted the vehicle at entrance 7, where both the vehicle and its occupant were detained, and Honeydew SAPS was notified. Upon SAPSs arrival, all pertinent information was conveyed to them, and the driver along with the vehicle was transported back to the station for further inquiry.

Although the case linked to the vehicle was found to be closed, the investigation uncovered that the driver had an outstanding warrant for arrest related to a recent robbery at a PEP store in Pretoria. Additionally, the driver was discovered to be in possession of stolen goods.

Consequently, the suspect was detained for further proceedings.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024
1 week ago
Navic Cloud

VEHICLE THIEVES ARRESTED
📍Garsfontein, Gauteng | 2024/01/24

On the 25th of January 2024 a vehicle linked to vehicle thefts triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Garsfontein. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Members from Brinant, GAC Risk Solutions, SAPS Garsfontein and TrackerSA responded and the vehicle was successfully intercepted. A search of the vehicle was conducted which revealed varius car breaking, jamming and starting equipment. The vehicle was also fitted with fals plates.

The three occupants were arrested for possession of car breaking equipment and theft charges.

#Navic #ANPR #safercommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #January2024
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VEHICLE THIEVES ARRESTED
📍Garsfontein, Gauteng | 2024/01/24 

On the 25th of January 2024 a vehicle linked to vehicle thefts triggered NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Garsfontein. The alert was posted to all relevant groups for action.

Members from Brinant, GAC Risk Solutions, SAPS Garsfontein and TrackerSA responded and the vehicle was successfully intercepted. A search of the vehicle was conducted which revealed varius car breaking, jamming and starting equipment. The vehicle was also fitted with fals plates.

The three occupants were arrested for possession of car breaking equipment and theft charges.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024
1 week ago
Navic Cloud

As you spend some quality time with your loved ones this Valentine's Day, please spare a thought for the brave people out there protecting our communities and keeping us safe.

A big thank you to our security partners across the country. We are proud to be part of your great wor#TeamNavicN#safercommunitiesi#StrongerTogetherether
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1 week ago
Navic Cloud

HIT AND RUN SUSPECT IDENTIFIED
📍Addo, Eastern Cape | 2024/01/27 On January 27th, 2024, Addo SAPS received a report regarding a hit-and-run incident. CCTV footage from the area, along with information from the NAVIC.Cloud system, was reviewed to gather details about the incident. The suspect vehicle was promptly identified, and comprehensive information was relayed to Addo SAPS for necessary follow-up.

Once more, the collaboration between the CCTV and NAVIC.Cloud systems, along with coordinated efforts with SAPS, has resulted in another successful outcome for the community.

#Navic #ANPR #safercommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #January2024
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HIT AND RUN SUSPECT IDENTIFIED
📍Addo, Eastern Cape | 2024/01/27 On January 27th, 2024, Addo SAPS received a report regarding a hit-and-run incident. CCTV footage from the area, along with information from the NAVIC.Cloud system, was reviewed to gather details about the incident. The suspect vehicle was promptly identified, and comprehensive information was relayed to Addo SAPS for necessary follow-up.

Once more, the collaboration between the CCTV and NAVIC.Cloud systems, along with coordinated efforts with SAPS, has resulted in another successful outcome for the community.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024

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Well done 👏👏👏

1 week ago
Navic Cloud

ABALONE POACHERS ARRESTED
📍Jefferey’s Bay, Eastern Cape | 2024/01/26-27

On January 26th and 27th, 2024, members of the Kouga Abalone Task Team, in collaboration with NAVIC.Cloud, conducted waylay and patrol operations in known abalone poaching hotspots around the Jeffreys Bay area. Sea Fisheries also provided assistance with a rubber duck to target poachers operating from the ocean.

A highly visible approach was implemented to identify suspicious vehicles entering and leaving the area, which transitioned into waylay operations under the cover of darkness. During these operations, numerous divers engaged in abalone poaching were observed. A large group of over 30 individuals was identified as the primary target.

Members closely monitored the group's activities and movements, devising a plan to apprehend the poachers. With the rubber duck strategically positioned and communication maintained from the land, two suspects were apprehended while still underwater. Subsequently, another group of poachers attempted to flee across the beach, prompting a pursuit by the team. During the chase, confiscated abalone was recovered, totaling 168 de-shelled abalone and 6 shelled abalone.

The operation was deemed successful, thanks to the arrests, confiscations, and crime prevention patrols supported by all involved role players. Their collaborative efforts contribute significantly to the tight network of safety and security in Jeffreys Bay.

Units involved:
SAPS Jeffreys Bay
STU
Sea Fisheries
KLM Law Enforcenent
NHW
NAVIC.Cloud

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024
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ABALONE POACHERS ARRESTED
📍Jefferey’s Bay, Eastern Cape | 2024/01/26-27 

On January 26th and 27th, 2024, members of the Kouga Abalone Task Team, in collaboration with NAVIC.Cloud, conducted waylay and patrol operations in known abalone poaching hotspots around the Jeffreys Bay area. Sea Fisheries also provided assistance with a rubber duck to target poachers operating from the ocean.

A highly visible approach was implemented to identify suspicious vehicles entering and leaving the area, which transitioned into waylay operations under the cover of darkness. During these operations, numerous divers engaged in abalone poaching were observed. A large group of over 30 individuals was identified as the primary target.

Members closely monitored the groups activities and movements, devising a plan to apprehend the poachers. With the rubber duck strategically positioned and communication maintained from the land, two suspects were apprehended while still underwater. Subsequently, another group of poachers attempted to flee across the beach, prompting a pursuit by the team. During the chase, confiscated abalone was recovered, totaling 168 de-shelled abalone and 6 shelled abalone.

The operation was deemed successful, thanks to the arrests, confiscations, and crime prevention patrols supported by all involved role players. Their collaborative efforts contribute significantly to the tight network of safety and security in Jeffreys Bay.

Units involved:
SAPS Jeffreys Bay
STU
Sea Fisheries
KLM Law Enforcenent 
NHW 
NAVIC.Cloud

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #January2024
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What is NAVIC™?

The Navic.Cloud Ecosystem provides the necessary framework for the support of Security organisations togain and act on relevant vehicle related data in real-time so as to fight crime.

Navic.Cloud is the CORE system in order to affect the above. Navic.Cloud is a secure and stable system tying the numerous functions, users, data and services together in order to provide an early warning, intelligence based investigations platform. More specifically Navic.Cloud integrates vehicle related metadata from ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) cameras, analyses and processes the data, and cross references this with user compiled VoI (Vehicles of Interest) and 3rd party (like SAPS circulation / Unicode / ICB) databases. Manual verification is performed through NAVIC™’s Alert Room software solution and provides human escalation services as per instructions in the vehicles Incident diary as is standard in SAPS systems.

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Technology Choices

As in most technology based businesses NAVIC™’s technology choices are based first and foremost on the ever changing needs of a rapidly evolving market place. Thereby making sure that we remain relevant and able to meet the needs of this changing landscape.

The start of any project, and therefore choice of technology and implementation strategy, leverages the vast experience and knowledge we possess.  This includes that of the Security Industry, Online systems, business rule sets, appropriate financial models, strict legal and security frame works, handling of Big Data structures, speed of operation, simplicity of user operation and human adoption of technology, our own chosen structures like NCMISS, and the provision of secure facilities for data based service offering to name the most important factors.

What we end up with is a well-structured Platform designed and implemented around stability and security, being user-centric, and able to be quickly supported and expanded upon.

NAVIC™ utilises the best cost efficient techniques and technology throughout Navic.Cloud and the associated Ecosystem so as to leverage the best innovations in the world today. And the ability to amend Navic.Cloud as this landscape changes over time.

This shift of approach has allowed NAVIC™ to move from old static algorithm based methodologies to a platform that will provide for multiple Machine Learning techniques and even proprietary built and billed systems.

Right now NAVIC™ applies a combination of techniques, such as pattern identification, Big Data Handling, dynamic vertical and planned horizontal resource allocation through VM’s, Hashed transaction logging, Immutable usage logs, distributed processing, encryption services, and many other best of breed techniques. All to provide a highly functional near-real-time data gathering, handling, processing, tracking, logging and alerting Platform which practically provides a warranted better than 99.9% service availability (T’s&C’s apply).

Navic.Cloud’s predominantly crime fighting ANPR Vehicle Analytics system is currently being expanded to provide a customer determined Process Flow to act on actionable events determined by a recognised behaviour from activity of objects identified by their signatures. This include pure Deep Learning Pattern Recognition for automated behavioural categorisation of behaviour, and tie this to concern levels.