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Which Companies Offer RFID Toll-collection Systems?
Could you please identify some businesses that produce RFID-based systems for collecting tolls?
Leading toll-collection providers in the United States include Mark IV Industries and TransCore, but there are many companies worldwide that have installed such systems as well, including:
• Atlantia, in Italy
• Telvent Caseta, in the United States
• Computer Recognition Systems, in the United Kingdom
• G.E.A., in France
• International Road Dynamics, in Canada
• JAI, founded in Denmark, with offices worldwide
• Kapsch Trafficcom, in Austria
• Omron, in Japan
• Q-Free ASA, in Norway
• SAIC, headquartered in the United States, with offices worldwide
• Siemens Electronic Tolling, in Austria
• Toll Collect, in Germany
Additionally, TRMI integrates electronic toll-collection systems in the United States, and Sirit, a Canadian firm, supplies toll transponders compliant with the California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) Title 21 standard for high-speed, open-lane electronic toll-collection and traffic-management applications.
—Mark Roberti, Editor, RFID Journal
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