First publishedon www.ITSInternational.com
Electronic has shown off its free-flow tolling technology in the US for the first time. The German producer of controllers, sensors, identification and payment technology revealed its portfolio at the International Bridge and Tolling Technology Association (IBTTA
)’s annual meeting in Baltimore this week.
The products offer high-speed identification and contactless payment with maximum reliability and security, the company insists. “Our system prevents fraud and misuses because our technology uses encrypted functionalities and cryptographic authentication to identify cloned transponders,” said Manuel Haertlé, Feig’s product manager of electronic tolling.
The technology includes passive RFID readers and antennas, contactless payment terminals, barrier control units and inductive loop detectors.
Headquartered in Weilburg, Germany, Feig also has a facility in Duluth, Georgia - which is primarily focused on identification technology using RFID - to serve US customers.