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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.

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2,928,041,154
(Over 2.9 Billion)

Total Plate Reads by Navic.Cloud

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127,820,471
(Over R127 Million)

Total Value of goods recovered in 2021

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📣NAVIC™ Cloud Crime Fighting Performance Report June 2022📣

Fact of the month
Did you know that NAVIC™ operates the largest Human verified ANPR Alert verification and escalation centre in South Africa? Called the NNOC (National Navic Operations Centre); it operates 24x7. Operators are also trained to perform the "ground-base" function during a pursuit.

#ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance
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1 day ago
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STOLEN TOYOTA RECOVERED
📍Klapmuts, Western Cape | 2022/06/18

K9 & Klapmuts SAPS members wasted no time in responding to a verified ANPR alert via NAVIC.Cloud

The Toyota bubble, which was initially stolen in Worcester, was found by SAPS on the N1 highway just after Klapmuts.

3 suspects were arrested and escorted to the nearest CSC.

First-class work!

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #June2022
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STOLEN TOYOTA RECOVERED
📍Klapmuts, Western Cape | 2022/06/18

K9 & Klapmuts SAPS members wasted no time in responding to a verified ANPR alert via NAVIC.Cloud

The Toyota bubble, which was initially stolen in Worcester, was found by SAPS on the N1 highway just after Klapmuts.

3 suspects were arrested and escorted to the nearest CSC.

First-class work! 

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #June2022
5 days ago
Navic Cloud

STOLEN TRUCK RECOVERED
📍De Doorns, Western Cape | 2022/06/08

An Isuzu Truck initially stolen in Ravensmead in Cape Town triggered numerous NAVIC ANPR cameras in the farm areas of De Doorns.

Members of the rural Flying Squad acted on this valuable Intel via NAVIC.Cloud and arrested 3 suspects and recovered the Truck.

Here’s 3 tips for-cargo-theft-prevention:
#1: Make Use of Technology
If your company runs a fleet of trucks, technology investments for prevention of cargo theft should be high on the list of security priorities.

#2: Park Trucks Tail-to-Tail
This is a simple precaution your drivers can take when they are away from base with a load and need to stop for their rest breaks.
Train your drivers to stop at locations where there are plenty of other trucks pulled up. Ask them to get into the habit of parking tail-to-tail or with the rear cargo doors hard up against a wall or other solid surface.
This protects the rear trailer doors from being broken into—something that can otherwise happen even while a driver sleeps in his cab. If you have many trucks parked in your storage facility with goods on board, the tail-to-tail parking method can also help to keep vehicles secure in your yard.

#3: Don’t Forget Lo-tech Security Too
Even the use of plenty of locks and seals on your fleet’s cargo trailers can make the difference between a load making it safely to its destination or not. While simple measures like these may not stop the most determined and organized criminals, it will at least keep your loads safe from opportunist thieves.
Insert taken from: www.logisticsbureau.com/3-tips-for-cargo-theft-prevention/

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #June2022
... See MoreSee Less

STOLEN TRUCK RECOVERED
📍De Doorns, Western Cape | 2022/06/08

An Isuzu Truck initially stolen in Ravensmead in Cape Town triggered numerous NAVIC ANPR cameras in the farm areas of De Doorns.

Members of the rural Flying Squad acted on this valuable Intel via NAVIC.Cloud and arrested 3 suspects and recovered the Truck.

Here’s 3 tips for-cargo-theft-prevention:
#1: Make Use of Technology
If your company runs a fleet of trucks, technology investments for prevention of cargo theft should be high on the list of security priorities.

#2: Park Trucks Tail-to-Tail
This is a simple precaution your drivers can take when they are away from base with a load and need to stop for their rest breaks.
Train your drivers to stop at locations where there are plenty of other trucks pulled up. Ask them to get into the habit of parking tail-to-tail or with the rear cargo doors hard up against a wall or other solid surface.
This protects the rear trailer doors from being broken into—something that can otherwise happen even while a driver sleeps in his cab. If you have many trucks parked in your storage facility with goods on board, the tail-to-tail parking method can also help to keep vehicles secure in your yard.

#3: Don’t Forget Lo-tech Security Too
Even the use of plenty of locks and seals on your fleet’s cargo trailers can make the difference between a load making it safely to its destination or not. While simple measures like these may not stop the most determined and organized criminals, it will at least keep your loads safe from opportunist thieves.
Insert taken from: https://www.logisticsbureau.com/3-tips-for-cargo-theft-prevention/

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #June2022
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What is NAVIC™?

The Navic.Cloud Ecosystem provides the necessary framework for the support of Security organisations to gain 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.

All this under the secure framework of the Independent Data Custodianship functions, and in line with Navic.Cloud’s Minimum Information Security Standards (NCMISS www.navic.cloud/ncmiss/)

Navic.Cloud is a business process driven system. It is therefore not unexpected to see that NAVIC™ is the only ANPR (Also known as LPR) provider to meet the following standards:

MISS Compliant

PSIRA Registered

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.