An Automatic Toll Collection, Vehicle Identification During Collision & Theft Detection using RFID

  • Akshay Bhavke
Keywords: Analog to Digital Converter, Computers, Database, Interrupts, Infrared Sensor, Load Cell, Mobile Application, Piezoelectric Sensor, Public Domain Software, RFID Reader, RFID Tag, Vibration Sensor, Web Services.

Abstract

Abstract—“Automatic Toll Collection, Vehicle Identification During Collision & Theft Detection using RFID” addresses the problems faced at the toll plaza and culprit identification during collision. The system also identifies the vehicles against which stolen cases are registered using RFID. The mobile application is used to create an account and register his RFID number at central database. When a vehicle with RFID tag arrives at toll plaza the Toll Collection Unit (TCU) classifies the vehicle as a passenger carrying vehicle or goods carrying vehicle based on its RFID Number. The goods carrying vehicle is weighed and if it is overloaded then charged with extra toll. The amount to be charged is then decided based on whether the vehicle is passenger carrying vehicle or goods carrying vehicle. RFID Number and amount to be charged is then passed to Central Server Unit (CSU) where a balance is deducted from user account after which CSU indicate TCU to allow the vehicle to pass. If the vehicle is identified as stolen vehicle by CSU based on RFID Number of vehicle, CSU will indicate TCU not to allow the vehicle to pass. In order to identify the culprit in hit and run case collision detection mechanism is implemented using vibration sensor. Theft Detection Mechanism is implemented to protect the vehicle from thief.

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Published
2018-04-15
How to Cite
Bhavke, A. (2018, April 15). An Automatic Toll Collection, Vehicle Identification During Collision & Theft Detection using RFID. ASIAN JOURNAL FOR CONVERGENCE IN TECHNOLOGY (AJCT ) -UGC LISTED, 4(I). https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.33130/asian%20journals.v4iI.412
Section
Electronics and Telecommunication