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. 2019; 7(Supplement 1): 19-23


DESIGN OF SMART TOLL CASH COLLECTION USING NFC READER

MRS. S ABIRAMASUNDARI, GAYATHIRI D, MEHALA K, SIVARANJINI S, KOUSALYA R.

Abstract
The toll booth seems to become the bottleneck to pass through the gates due to their manual operations. This
process may take time to pass the tollgate. In order to decrease this passing time, we decide to automate the process
of a toll system by applying smart technology. This work would reduce the manual work and hence would make the
passing of the vehicles much faster as compared to the traditional toll system. Every vehicle is tagged with the RFID
tag, which has a vehicle’s registration number in it and it can be sensed by NFC reader present at the toll booth. The
NFC reader will send this information to the smart controller. Sensed registration number can be looked into the
database for getting wallet balance and if sufficient balance is there then the toll charges can be deducted automatically
and if the balance is not available, the message will be send to the user by detecting before few meters and user is
directed to the payment toll and hot cash is collected.

Key words: Toll booth, RFID tag, NFC Reader, Smart controller.



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