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automatic vehicle Identification (AVI)
Automatic Vehicle identification is descriptive of an integrated, total solution utilizing radio frequency identification (RFID) technology to electronically identify vehicles and validate the identity, status and authenticity of vehicle data for a specific application. AVI technology has become one of the most widely used applications of RFID technology globally. AVI allows toll agencies, parking operators, gated communities, fleet operators, state and local agencies and airports to identify a vehicle for revenue collection or simple and secure access control.
Electronic Vehicle Registration systems help agencies and organizations ranging from law enforcement, state and local governments to universities and private corporations to electronically identify vehicles to validate identity, status and authenticity of vehicle data, enabling better throughput on roadways and improved compliance and enforcement on mandates.
Electronic Toll and Traffic Management (ETTM)
Sirit is a leading provider of technology used for electronic toll collection (ETC) and traffic management applications. Sirit is the worldwide market leader in technology that conforms to the Title 21 open standard developed by the California Department of Transportation and widely implemented across the western United States and Canada.
Sirit delivers innovative solutions for the tolling industry. Thinking outside the box has allowed Sirit to deploy modular, open-protocol MicrosoftÂ® based electronic tolling systems that are scalable, auditable and flexible. Sirit solutions can be designed, implemented and accepted in less time and for less money than traditional, proprietary systems that have been previously installed in the industry. This equates to on time and on budget delivery.
In areas where toll transponders are used by even a small percentage of the traffic population, Siritâ€™s Traffic Management solution has proven to be an easily implemented and cost effective answer to monitoring commute time or traffic patterns. By deploying Sirit readers at multiple points along designated intervals of a toll highway or freeway and by connecting those points by wire or wireless to a central host, travel time and traffic flow can be closely monitored in real-time, accumulating valuable data for traffic management or safety engineering.
Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC)
In early 2004, four major companies, including Sirit, that have supplied most of the existing tolling infrastructure in the United States entered into a development agreement sanctioned by the Federal Highways Administration and the US Department of Defense to develop the first generation prototypes of 5.9 GHz DSRC technologies.
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