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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 7.5 Billion)

Total Plate Reads by Navic.Cloud

(Over R20.3 Million)

Total Value of recovered goods YTD

(01 Jan – 31 May 2024)

NAVIC Approved Information Service Provider

NAVIC Alerts Forwarded to and Distributed by E2

(01 Jan – 31 May 2024)

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2 months ago
Navic Cloud

New crime trend putting South African homes at risk

Fidelity ADT’s latest crime trend insights are a good reason for homeowners to revisit their home security. But it is also important to remember that carrying heavy gate motors and wheel rims will not be done on foot. Having ANPR cameras on all entrance points to your neighbourhood will allow neighbourhood watches to monitor all vehicles who enter and exit your community, This not only keeps you safer, but helps keep gangs out of our greater precincts.

Ask your neighbourhood watch and private security companies to investigate NAVIC’s complete vehicle intelligence platform to keep you and your neighbourhood safe.

businesstech.co.za/news/lifestyle/771207/criminals-are-after-these-4-items-in-south-africa-and-th...
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New crime trend putting South African homes at risk 

Fidelity ADT’s latest crime trend insights are a good reason for homeowners to revisit their home security. But it is also important to remember that carrying heavy gate motors and wheel rims will not be done on foot. Having ANPR cameras on all entrance points to your neighbourhood will allow neighbourhood watches to monitor all vehicles who enter and exit your community, This not only keeps you safer, but helps keep gangs out of our greater precincts. 

Ask your neighbourhood watch and private security companies to investigate NAVIC’s complete vehicle intelligence platform to keep you and your neighbourhood safe.

https://businesstech.co.za/news/lifestyle/771207/criminals-are-after-these-4-items-in-south-africa-and-theyre-looking-for-homes-that-have-them/
2 months ago
Navic Cloud

Another drug bust thanks to ANPR
📍Pretoria, Gauteng | 2024/04/22

On April 22nd, 2024, a vehicle flagged on NAVIC.Cloud for suspected involvement in drug dealing triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras in Pretoria. The alert was promptly circulated to all relevant groups for immediate action.

Responding members, including those from SAPS, intercepted the vehicle in Silverton. A thorough search of the vehicle uncovered drugs valued at R2500 and R800 in cash.

As a result, one suspect was detained for possession of drugs.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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Another drug bust thanks to ANPR
📍Pretoria, Gauteng | 2024/04/22 

On April 22nd, 2024, a vehicle flagged on NAVIC.Cloud for suspected involvement in drug dealing triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras in Pretoria. The alert was promptly circulated to all relevant groups for immediate action.

Responding members, including those from SAPS, intercepted the vehicle in Silverton. A thorough search of the vehicle uncovered drugs valued at R2500 and R800 in cash.

As a result, one suspect was detained for possession of drugs. 

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024
2 months ago
Navic Cloud

Craddock teams stop ATM fraudsters
📍Craddock, Eastern Cape | 2024/04/25

On April 25th, a vehicle flagged for its involvement in ATM fraud triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras in the Craddock area. The alert was swiftly shared with all pertinent groups for immediate action.

Responding to the alert, members from SAPS K9 unit and CDF security managed to halt the vehicle successfully. Subsequent investigation resulted in the detention of two suspects, and the impoundment of the vehicle. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle in question was a rental owned by Zenith Car Rental (Pty) Ltd.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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Craddock teams stop ATM fraudsters
📍Craddock, Eastern Cape | 2024/04/25 

On April 25th, a vehicle flagged for its involvement in ATM fraud triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras in the Craddock area. The alert was swiftly shared with all pertinent groups for immediate action.

Responding to the alert, members from SAPS K9 unit and CDF security managed to halt the vehicle successfully. Subsequent investigation resulted in the detention of two suspects, and the impoundment of the vehicle. Further investigation revealed that the vehicle in question was a rental owned by Zenith Car Rental (Pty) Ltd.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024
2 months ago
Navic Cloud

CapeNature nabs Kleinmond abalone poachers
📍Kleinmond, Western Cape | 2024/04/30

On April 30th, 2024, a vehicle flagged on NAVIC.Cloud for its suspected involvement in abalone poaching triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras. The alert was swiftly disseminated to all pertinent groups for immediate action.

Members of the CapeNature Marine and Coast Anti-poaching unit promptly responded, leading to a pursuit. The chase ensued from Rooiels to the Strand side, where the vehicle was eventually halted. Despite the efforts, two out of the three suspects managed to evade capture, leaving only the driver inside the stopped vehicle.

Upon searching the vehicle, authorities discovered 11 bags containing 299 shucked abalone (weighing 38.4kg, valued at R70,399.87) and 259 units of whole abalone (weighing 141.1kg, valued at R77,605). The detained suspect was apprehended, and a case was opened at Kleinmond SAPS.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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CapeNature nabs Kleinmond abalone poachers
📍Kleinmond, Western Cape | 2024/04/30 

On April 30th, 2024, a vehicle flagged on NAVIC.Cloud for its suspected involvement in abalone poaching triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras. The alert was swiftly disseminated to all pertinent groups for immediate action.

Members of the CapeNature Marine and Coast Anti-poaching unit promptly responded, leading to a pursuit. The chase ensued from Rooiels to the Strand side, where the vehicle was eventually halted. Despite the efforts, two out of the three suspects managed to evade capture, leaving only the driver inside the stopped vehicle.

Upon searching the vehicle, authorities discovered 11 bags containing 299 shucked abalone (weighing 38.4kg, valued at R70,399.87) and 259 units of whole abalone (weighing 141.1kg, valued at R77,605). The detained suspect was apprehended, and a case was opened at Kleinmond SAPS.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024
3 months ago
Navic Cloud

📣NAVIC™ Cloud Crime Fighting Performance Report April 2024📣

Fact of the month
Do you know that NAVIC™ provides tools for SAPS members, Law Enforcement personnel, Armed Response companies, Neighbourhood Watch groups / CPF's, and authorised interested parties; at ZERO cost? We do this as a commitment to communities to help reduce crime in their are#ANPR##SaferCommunitiesi#PartnershipPolicingi#TeamNavicN#NotOnOurWatchW#zerotolerancerance
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3 months ago
Navic Cloud

GAC and NAVIC Bust Business Robbers
📍Pretoria North, Gauteng | 2024/04/12

On April 12th, 2024, in a coordinated effort to apprehend individuals linked to a business robbery in Pretoria North, GAC Risk Solutions members received intelligence regarding the involved vehicle.

Utilizing the NAVIC.Cloud Platform, GAC members located and tracked the vehicle to determine its whereabouts. Armed with this information, a strategic plan was devised to intercept the vehicle. Multi-disciplinary teams pursued various leads, resulting in the apprehension of one suspect found in possession of both the stolen items and the motor vehicle used in the commission of the crime.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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GAC and NAVIC Bust Business Robbers
📍Pretoria North, Gauteng | 2024/04/12

On April 12th, 2024, in a coordinated effort to apprehend individuals linked to a business robbery in Pretoria North, GAC Risk Solutions members received intelligence regarding the involved vehicle.

Utilizing the NAVIC.Cloud Platform, GAC members located and tracked the vehicle to determine its whereabouts. Armed with this information, a strategic plan was devised to intercept the vehicle. Multi-disciplinary teams pursued various leads, resulting in the apprehension of one suspect found in possession of both the stolen items and the motor vehicle used in the commission of the crime.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024
3 months ago
Navic Cloud

15 minutes of fame ends badly for car thieves
📍Wolseley, Western Cape | 2024/04/09

On April 9th, 2024, a vehicle reported stolen from Malmesbury was added to the NAVIC.Cloud platform for monitoring, which subsequently triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras near Wolseley. The alert was promptly shared with all relevant groups.

The G24 control room mobilized members from their Armed Response and Anti-Hijacking/Interception Units. Through a well-coordinated effort, SAPS members stopped the identified vehicle just 15 minutes after the initial NAVIC.Cloud alert was issued.

As a result, two suspects were apprehended, and the stolen vehicle was successfully recovered.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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15 minutes of fame ends badly for car thieves
📍Wolseley, Western Cape | 2024/04/09

On April 9th, 2024, a vehicle reported stolen from Malmesbury was added to the NAVIC.Cloud platform for monitoring, which subsequently triggered NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras near Wolseley. The alert was promptly shared with all relevant groups.

The G24 control room mobilized members from their Armed Response and Anti-Hijacking/Interception Units. Through a well-coordinated effort, SAPS members stopped the identified vehicle just 15 minutes after the initial NAVIC.Cloud alert was issued.

As a result, two suspects were apprehended, and the stolen vehicle was successfully recovered.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024
3 months ago
Navic Cloud

Protecting our oceans with ANPR
📍Caledon, Western Cape | 2024/04/13

On April 13th, 2024, a vehicle flagged on the NAVIC.Cloud platform due to its suspected involvement in abalone poaching activated NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras near Caledon. The alert was swiftly disseminated to all pertinent groups for immediate action.

Members from the Grabouw Provincial Traffic Unit promptly responded, intercepting the vehicle on the N2. Although the suspect fled the scene on foot, authorities managed to recover 1,379 units of poached abalone, valued at R434,566.00.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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Protecting our oceans with ANPR
📍Caledon, Western Cape | 2024/04/13

On April 13th, 2024, a vehicle flagged on the NAVIC.Cloud platform due to its suspected involvement in abalone poaching activated NAVIC.Cloud ANPR cameras near Caledon. The alert was swiftly disseminated to all pertinent groups for immediate action.

Members from the Grabouw Provincial Traffic Unit promptly responded, intercepting the vehicle on the N2. Although the suspect fled the scene on foot, authorities managed to recover 1,379 units of poached abalone, valued at R434,566.00.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024
3 months ago
Navic Cloud

Guns and Thieves Off Our Streets
📍Tygerdal, Western Cape | 2024/04/17

On April 17, 2024, a vehicle suspected to be stolen from Manenberg activated NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Tygerdal. The alert was swiftly distributed to all pertinent groups.

Responding members from Metro K9 intercepted the vehicle. Upon cross-referencing with the MCD database, it was confirmed that the vehicle was indeed reported stolen in an ongoing case from Manenberg. The vehicle was successfully recovered, and three suspects were detained for further investigation. Additionally, two firearms were recovered from the scene.

#Navic #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #zerotolerance #april2024
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Guns and Thieves Off Our Streets
📍Tygerdal, Western Cape | 2024/04/17

On April 17, 2024, a vehicle suspected to be stolen from Manenberg activated NAVIC.Cloud cameras in Tygerdal. The alert was swiftly distributed to all pertinent groups.

Responding members from Metro K9 intercepted the vehicle. Upon cross-referencing with the MCD database, it was confirmed that the vehicle was indeed reported stolen in an ongoing case from Manenberg. The vehicle was successfully recovered, and three suspects were detained for further investigation. Additionally, two firearms were recovered from the scene.

#NAVIC #ANPR #SaferCommunities #PartnershipPolicing #TeamNavic #NotOnOurWatch #ZeroTolerance #April2024

4 ways to get involved with Missing Children

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5 ways you can keep your children safe

1. Create a family password Create an exclusive family holiday password, and always ensure you pick your own children up. If for any reason you have to send someone to pick them up, the person should know the password, otherwise your children should not go with them as they then know that you have not

8 steps to follow when your child goes missing?

Try not to panic. Do not wait 24 hours to report your missing child. Get a responsible person to stay at your house while you’re at the police station or searching for your child. This person can take messages if someone calls about the child’s disappearance or if the child returns home. Go to your

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.

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.