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A Review on Automatic Toll Collection System

Author(s) Rohit Yadav, Dnyaneshwar Gange, Dnyanesh Dhande, Vishal Agre, Mangala Dhotre
Country India
Abstract One of the most crucial elements for any country's development is logistics, or transportation. Since India is one of the world's largest nations, road transportation plays a vital role in the country's economy. For any government, having fast road transit becomes essential, and toll plazas are essential to this. The most commonly used toll systems in India at the moment are the manual toll collection and FASTag systems. Toll plaza processing times rise as a result of their need for a toll collector or attendant. The Automatic Toll Collection System, or ATCS, is a tool used to automatically collect taxes. Here, radio frequency is used to help in identification. An RFID tag will be attached to a car. This tag is nothing more than an allocated unique identification number. The RTO, or traffic controlling body, will assign this. We shall keep all of his basic data and the amount he has paid in advance for the TOLL collection in line with this number. At the toll collection facility, the reader will be positioned strategically. His prepaid balance will be reduced by the tax amount each time the car passes the toll collection center. This essay discusses several automated toll collection systems that are intended to improve overall transportation efficiency, ease toll payment procedures, and lessen traffic congestion. The suggested method computes toll fees automatically by utilizing cutting-edge technology including mobile communication, GPS, and RFID (Radio Frequency Identification).
Keywords Radio Frequency Identification, Global Positioning System, Electronic Toll Collection, Dedicated Short-Range Communication, Automatic Number Plate Recognition, National Electronic Toll Collection, National Payments Corporation
Field Engineering
Published In Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024
Published On 2024-05-07
Cite This A Review on Automatic Toll Collection System - Rohit Yadav, Dnyaneshwar Gange, Dnyanesh Dhande, Vishal Agre, Mangala Dhotre - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 3, May-June 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i03.19354
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