TransCore delivers tolling interoperability across the US

The release of TransCore’s NP2 tri-protocol tags is a timely and welcome innnovation in tolling throughout the US. Agencies are increasingly seeking interoperable solutions and hands-free options for simplified travel across the contiguous United States. The new NP2 tri-protocol tags meet this need by allowing for seamless travel across tolling regions.
November 16, 2020
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NP2 tags are tested and approved by the three governing agencies – IAG, OmniAir, and FCC – and provide toll operators a near-term, tag-based option for facilitating inter-regional interoperability.

With customisable settings and software, NP2 is designed to help capture revenue across all vehicle classes and uses, and its software is intended to be updated and reconfigured as business needs evolve without costly tag recalls. This also means agencies can customise features and design configurations and applications to meet unique business needs, while offering a choice in hardware to meet the driving habits of their customers.  

Additionally, Transcore says the NP2 is one of the most accurate, secure tags on the market today. This means operators can offer an immediate choice for tag-based interoperability without sacrificing performance, no matter where in the United States their customer is travelling.

While establishing universal North American interoperability may demand significant time commitments and investment in infrastructure, technology, communication, and network development, NP2 tri-protocol tags offer a tag-based choice for customers seeking interoperability today.

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