Highway Automatic Toll Collection Solutions

ANPR Highway Automatic Toll Collection Solutions to meet the electronic tolling requirements of the Global market. It offers an interoperable nationwide toll payment solution including clearing house services for settlement and dispute management. Interoperability, as it applies to ANPR Highway Automatic Toll Collection Solutions, encompasses a common set of processes, business rules and technical specifications which enable a customer to use their Hashed Tag as payment mode on any of the toll plazas irrespective of who has acquired the toll plaza. Hashed Tag is a device that employs for making toll payments directly while the vehicle is in motion. Hashed Tag is affixed on the windscreen of the vehicle and enables a customer to make the toll payments directly from the account which is linked to Hashed Tag. Hashed Tag offers the convenience of cashless payment along with benefits like - savings on fuel and time as the customer does not has to stop at the toll plaza.

High Speed Number Plate Recognition
Using technology originally developed for character recognition in postal sorting machines, the integrated ANPR system (Automatic Number Plate Recognition) engine from Siemens attains maximum read rates at vehicle speeds up to 200 km/h. Special algorithms enable the system to accurately recognize number plates from many different countries without manual review, reducing the need for post-processing effort in enforcement solutions. This high performance level is available throughout the day and night with the intelligent infrared illuminator providing optimum illumination of the wide detection zone.
  • High speed number plate recognition
  • Wide capture zone with single and dual lane operation
  • Journey time monitoring solutions
  • Optional color overview camera
  • Easy to install, operate and integrate
  • Road user charging systems
  • Average speed enforcement
  • Bi-directional operation
Highway uses a combination of ANPR systems (Auto¬matic Num¬ber Plate Recog¬ni-tion) and radio transponders to toll vehicles entering and exiting the road. Radio antennas are located at each junction and detect the transponders, logging the unique identity of each vehicle in much the same way as the system does. Without ANPR systems (Auto¬matic Num¬ber Plate Recog¬ni¬tion) as a second system it would not be possible to monitor all the traffic. (those with a gross weight of over 5,000 kg) being required to use one. Using either system, users of the highway are notified of the usage charges by post.
Electronic Toll Collection