News from Kathrein Solutions
The Greek railroad operator wanted to improve the visibility of wagons—both rented and its own—according to Aris Kotsas, the director of TrainOSE's rolling stock directorate. Therefore, in 2014, it began seeking a technology-based solution as part of a wide-ranging project that TrainOSE had under way to modernize its data management.
The companies found that a system combining passive UHF RFID and digital camera technologies could identify
Vehicle registration and identification technology company Tönnjes, license plate manufacturer Kirpestein B.V. Automotive and RFID chipmaker NXP Semiconductor report that they have completed a trial that proves passive ultrahighfrequency (UHF) RFID license plates can effectively identify moving vehicles even in the most challenging environments.
In the long term, UHF RFID will replace existing RFID applications because of its greater function range and superior performance.