Introduction to RFID Toll Gate Project:
RFID Toll Road Payment systems have been of great assistance in lessening the over congestion that has become a part of the metropolitan cities these days. It is one of the uncomplicated ways to manage the great run of traffic. The movement of the car through the toll gate on any of the roads is recorded on the RFID reader. The use of RFID systems lessen the use of manual toll gates. The RFID system is beneficial as it saves the time and price of travelers as the tag can be comprehended from a length.
The travelers passing through this mode of transport need the RFID tag, carried by their transport that allows them to be aware of the account of money that has been paid and the money left in the tag. It relieves the traveler of the burden of waiting in the queue to make the toll payment, which decreases the fuel-consumption and also taking cash with them can be avoided. The RFID toll payment systems also obstruct trespassing on boundaries. This software allows an easy movement of the vehicles and is very simple to execute.
A fundamental RFID system comprises of three elements:
a) An antenna or coil
b) A transceiver (with decoder)
c) A transponder (RF tag)
The benefits of RFID as compared to Bar Coding:
- Unlike Bar code reads, the RFID doesn’t need a line of sight to be read as the RFID tags can be studied through things without line of sight.
- RFID tags can be studied automatically by decreasing the exertion caused in scanning the product.
- RFID tags provide greater read rates than Bar codes.
- RFID tags can be simply decoded with object description.
- As RFID tags can be written again with new data, tagged articles can be updated when they pass through the supply chain.
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