Efkon is using Intertraffic to highlight its innovative and reliable enforcement solutions, and will also present the company’s N-Force Tablet. The new device, a mobile unit for DSRC enforcement of on-board units, is a handy, easy-to-manage and powerful solution ideal for electronic tolling, parking, access management or digital tachograph enforcement services.
The integrated high-resolution camera supports additional capturing of vehicle licence plates and enriches the DSRC record with number plate images.
The N-Force Tablet enables comfortable operation through touch screen functionality. Thus it allows the one-hand taking of DSRC read, capturing the licence plate image and verification of data. The enforcement applications offer a graphical user interface. The implemented SW application supports enforcement according to ISO/TS 12813 -compliance check communication.
A rechargeable battery allows up to four hours of operating time. The tablet is equipped with a wireless communication interface enabling communication with a nearby mobile enforcement vehicle or enforcement backend system. Alternatively, the tablet can be operated fully stand-alone without backend communication.
“As a technology and quality leader in toll enforcement and monitoring, we have proven our competence and are further improving,” says Bernhard Czar, Head of Sales and Marketing of Efkon. “This segment shows high market potential and we are at the beginning of our expansion and integration opportunities.”
With more than 20 years of experience and significant know-how in all major tolling technologies, Efkon is among the world leaders in the ITS business. Enforcement technology represents a major part for efficient and reliable toll systems and traffic management solutions and Efkon says it is the partner of choice when thinking about approved equipment for a variety of enforcement applications. The company offers a broad portfolio of enforcement solutions: from stationary over portable to mobile state-of-the-art products tailored to your individual needs.