South African RFID license plates

August 05, 2004 reports: South Africa: RFID Number Plates Introduced

Pretoria-based iPico Holdings has launched an electronic number plate (ENP) solution for the transport market.

It is based on its ultra-long range (UHF) radio frequency identification (RFID) technology that allows multiple vehicles to be read at speeds up to 250km/h from a range of 6m.

iPico's passive UHF RFID device is the enabling technology for the electronic vehicle identification (EVI) initiative by government departments, private and non-governmental organisations. iPico says that if the government rolls out an EVI project, the new technology can be used as a high integrity vehicle identification system.

EVI applications include electronic licensing, tolling, traffic and speed control, ticketing and cross-border control.

(via Emerce)

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Posted by andersja


We can provide RFID plus GPS vechicle track system services.

Thomas Lee

Posted by: Thomas Lee at December 22, 2004 03:15 AM

requesting for brochure on GPS used in vehicle
tracking in both print and CDROM.

Posted by: ubong udongwo at March 10, 2005 05:23 PM
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