Feig Electronic has deployed more than 600 radio frequency identification (RFID) readers in India to allow drivers to pay for tolls without stopping at toll booths.

The delivery is part of the National Highway Authority in India’s (NHAI) Fastag programme, an open road tolling method that relies on open ISO standard RFID technology.

In a statement, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways says Fastag enabled vehicles can pass through dedicated lanes without stopping at toll plazas on national highways.

Feig will continue delivering ultra-high frequency ultra-high frequency (UHF) long-range RFID readers, including the FEIG LRU3000 for identification of UHF transponders (860-960 MHz) and the LRU1002 for identification of UHF transponders (860-960 MHz).


Source: ITS International – Feig delivers 600 RFID readers to improve tolling in India