UID CODE FOR ANTICRIME/ TOLL TAX COLLECTION

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UID CODE FOR ANTICRIME/ TOLL TAX COLLECTION

  1. 1. TOLL TAX COLLECTION BEFORE ENTERING DELHI FROM GURGAON
  2. 2.  Introduction  Technical Details  Block Diagram  Components Used  Microcontroller Unit  Display Unit  Transmitter-Receiver Pair  RF Passive Card  Components of the system  Advantages
  3. 3.  This project is based on radio frequency Identification.  It is a technology for toll tax collection that permits vehicles to pay highway toll electronically.  A RFID tag for the vehicles having a unique UID code is used.  This automation has replaced live attendants at toll stations that collect fees manually.
  4. 4.  Toll agencies are interested in developing these tags and readers because they can simplify the tolling system.
  5. 5.  RFID tags are electronically encoded with unique identification numbers (UID codes) is get mounted on vehicle’s front side.  RF transmitter-receiver pair is located along the road, in overhead structures or apart of the toll collection booth.
  6. 6.  As the vehicle approaches a tag reader site, the roadside antenna emits a signal that is reflected back by the tag located on the windshield.  The identification number is read and is sent to a roadside reader unit. A central computer uses the code to identify the account and the cost is deducted from the customer’s account.
  7. 7.  Microcontroller Unit  Display Unit  RF transmitter-receiver pair  RF passive card
  8. 8. LED display is used as the display unit in this system just for the acknowledgement of vehicle number and the balance amount of the Rf tag. Depending on this acknowledgement , an electronic switch is made open or close.
  9. 9.  A RF passive card is an RFID tag that does not contain a battery; the power is supplied by the reader.  When radio waves from the reader are encountered by a passive RFID tag, the coiled antenna within the tag forms a magnetic field. The tag draws power from it, energizing the circuits in the tag
  10. 10.  The tag then sends the information encoded in the tag's memory. The information encoded in the tag’s memory is a digital code which is called UID code. It is distinct for every vehicle’s tag.
  11. 11.    AUTOMATIC VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION AUTOMATIC VEHICLE CLASSIFICATION VIDEO ENFORCEMENT SYSTEMS
  12. 12.  ELECTRONIC TAGS  COMMUNICATES WITH READERS  IDENTIFIES ACCOUNT  DEDUCTS CHARGES
  13. 13.  VEHICLE’S CLASS  TOTAL OCCUPANTS  EMISSIONS
  14. 14.  VIDEO MONITORING  RECORDS PLATE  IDENTIFIES TOLL VIOLATORS
  15. 15.  Makes traveling more convenient, reduces travel times  Saves fuel  Reduces auto emissions  Reduces wait time at toll booths  Save money through individual and business discounts
  16. 16.  Increase highway capacity  Processes 250 – 300% more vehicles per lane, reducing delays and traffic congestion
  17. 17.  There are Undetected Incorrect Reads – referring to the incorrect read of a tag that the registration hardware or software does not catch. This scenario constitutes either a “free ride” for the motorist, or an undeserved fine for failure to pay – which can be a hefty price.
  18. 18.  Theft – the tags are, in essence, “electronic money” and therefore there will be motivation to steal them. Specially-designed tags that are permanently affixed to the windshield have been created to deter anyone from trying to remove it without damaging the tag.
  19. 19. If this technology is adopted in every vehicle then in future , it will be easier to cross-check the vehicle for many important reasons like theft vehicle, toll tax identification, tracing of vehicles used in criminal activities & many more.

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