Long Range RFID System
Long Range RFID technology is used in parking management in several ways. One of the ways is that it is used to authenticate and authorize vehicles before they enter the parking facility. In this scenario, RFID tags are installed in the vehicles and these tags contain unique identification information. When a vehicle with an RFID tag approaches the entrance gate of the parking facility, the RFID reader installed in the gate reads the information on the tag and sends it to the central system for verification. If the information is valid, the gate opens automatically, and the vehicle is allowed to enter.
Key Features & Benefits
- Long Range RFID technology tracks the movement of vehicles within the parking facility. RFID readers are installed at strategic locations within the parking facility, and they read the information on the RFID tags on the vehicles as they move from one location to another. This information is sent to the central system, which allows for real-time monitoring of the parking facility.
- Another way long-range RFID technology is used in parking management is to track the movement of vehicles within the parking facility. It allows for automatic and contactless identification and tracking of vehicles. This significantly reduces the time and effort required for manual verification of vehicles at the entrance gate, and it also allows for real-time monitoring of the parking facility.
- Long Range RFID technology has several features and benefits in parking management.It is highly accurate and reliable. The technology can identify and track vehicles even in harsh environmental conditions such as extreme temperatures, rain, and snow. The technology is also not affected by the presence of other materials in the environment, such as metal, which can interfere with other identification technologies such as barcodes.
- So in conclusion, RFID technology improves the overall efficiency and safety of the parking facility. With automatic identification and tracking of vehicles, the system can manage traffic flow effectively, reduce congestion, and prevent unauthorized access. Also, importantly, it reduces the operational costs of the parking facility. The technology eliminates the need for manual verification of vehicles at the entrance gate, which reduces labor costs. It also reduces the risk of fraud and errors that can occur with manual identification and tracking systems.