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Tag Archives: Radio Frequency Identification

Expressway to have gantry-based tolling

By the end of 2017, Motorists will soon be able to zip through expressways, as the government is planning to install advanced gantry-based tolling systems which will do away with the need for toll booths. A fee will be deducted from a motorist’s prepaid account when the vehicle crosses an electronic beam stretching across the road. The move will help ...

Electronic Toll Collections

ConnectXperT™ is a generally mature technology that allows for electronic payment of highway tolls. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is a technology that uses communication via electromagnetic waves to exchange data between a terminal and an electronic tag attached to an object for the purpose of identification and tracking.

ITS:The way forward to a smart travel

Intelligent Transportation Systems are the need of the hour in today?s travel scenario. Vidyottama Sharma on why are they needed, why is India lagging behind in their use and what solutions can be adopted for their better use.

NHAI moots RFID for ETC

National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) has begun the process of emphasising on the use of RFID for Electronic Toll Collections at the National Highways by inviting Expression of Interest (EOI) from interested stakeholders. It seems serious to take the issue forward soon as it has been updating its website on every development on the issue. NHAI had invited EOI ...

TagMaster and Confidex join hands

Swedish company TagMaster, the leading producer of advanced RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) solutions for railway applications, and Confidex, the world’s leading supplier of high-performing RFID tag solutions, have come together to share knowledge in the field of RFID Tag technology. The emphasis will be on the UHF frequency band where the products will conform to the EPC Gen2 standard. Initially, ...

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