Fresno Medical Center Uses RFID Technology to Revamp Parking Access
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We are looking for a new Sales Manager “Traffic Solutions” for French market.
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SALES MANAGER “TRAFFIC SOLUTIONS”
Reporting to the Sales Director “Traffic Solutions” EMEA, based in Sweden, our candidate has as primary responsibilities to assist the company in achieving its business objectives and revenue targets by proactively prospecting and subsequently presenting the company’s products and solutions to identified client (near 300) and all actors that can bring a new profitable business. Achieve agreed sales targets by maintaining and improving existing levels of business within the company.
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We are now looking for a sales and marketing assistant to our team in Kista, Sweden!
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We are happy to announce 3 new orders for the total order value of around 1M€ and deliveries during 2017,
witin our Rail Solutions for ATP (Automatic Train Protection) Equipment used to avoid collision caused by excessive speed or missed signal information, and products for positioning of metro trains.
These products are part of the standard assortment within TagMaster & Balogh, but as often are adapted (NRE) for different projects and different customers.
Click here to find out more about our Rail Solutions products
Our UHF TagMaster XT-1 and XT Mini reader has a build in access control which can be activated without any additional external software.
The reader has a built-in access controller that can control a barrier or gate using the reader’s relay output. This can be done without any additional external software and can be operated easily by the end users.
All accesses can be logged. A presence indicator such as an inductive loop can be connected to an input. To use the access controller or log, a microSD card must be inserted into the microSD memory card slot, all data is logged on the microSD card, the data can then be “used” in an SQL or Excel file by simply extracting the microcard and inserting the microcard in a PC.
The built in access controller can be easily configured using the built in web-interface.
TagMaster now offers 128 bit AES encryption from ‘tag to reader’ and from ‘reader to host system’ for Vigilant-based readers. This is supported by both EPC Gen2v2 and OSDP. OSDP is a modern alternative to Wiegand interface for communication between access control equipment. OSDP offers major improvement in maximum data size, and has bidirectional communication and encryption support. TagMaster is the first company to offer full OSDP support for long range RFID.
TagMaster/CitySync´s latest HD Camera will now be available to purchase.
High quality imaging. The CitySync 50 utilises uncompressed HD video for high-accuracy ANPR in parking and access control systems. The high resolution enables capture of the most challenging plates including those with half-height and stacked characters. The CitySync 50 camera is available with multiple illumination options including 850nm and 760nm infra-red and white-light. Giving clear, crisp, licence plate images.
On-board Jet Recognition Engine. The HD video is processed inside the camera housing by the Jet Recognition Engine, which is one of the fastest and most accurate in the world, with no need to send high bandwidth video across the network or high-powered external process PCs
As car use increases, so does the need to park the vehicles when they are not in use. It is estimated that cars are parked 95% of the time, so managing this is key in both the commercial and public sectors. In free flow parking environments, you need the best quality ANPR to catch vehicles entering at higher speeds and to cope with wider access points and steeper angles. CitySync’s parking solution is perfect for this and provides the following benefits:
1. Avoid misuse of the parking area
2. Generate revenue
3. Increase site security
4. Quick and easy installation
The CitySync Free Flow Parking System is therefore perfect for shopping centres, retail parks, motorway service stations and restaurants.
CitySync utilises its CitySync 50 all-in-one cameras to capture vehicles entering and exiting the car park. A single camera can capture plates passing through a wide entrance from up to 25m away. All processing is done on-board and event data, including a high resolution overview image, is passed onto a JetParking server which compares arrival and departure times.
Read more in our Application Studies. You can also read about Traffic Solutions for Bus Lane Enforcement and Waste Sites.
TagMaster/CitySync US Teams exhibited in Nashville at the 2016 IPI Conference and Expo.
Our US team where in Nashville and had an excellent experience and enjoyed speaking about the CitySync Vehicle Identification Solution utilizing License Plate Recognition technology. See and read about our latest camera CitySync 50
Our Partner TagMaster North America Inc also exhibited and showed our RFID products with our new UHF Reader XT Mini. Se and read more about XT Mini.
Ali Khaksar, company president, where honored to host a Tech Talk on Understanding AVI.
We also congratulate TagMaster North America Inc for 10th Year Anniversary!!!!
Keep up the good work!
Latest in camera family – CitySync 50 ANPR Camera
High quality imaging with On-board processing
CitySync 50 is an All-in-one HD ANPR camera for 24/7 plate recognition for parking systems. Thanks to an onboard database, with email, relay, LED and Wiegand outputs, the camera can be used as a standalone Mini-ANPR system. Alternatively, utilising the JetParking server software, the cameras can form part of a full car park management suite. The camera is able to be setup in minutes, thanks to a web-based interface with intuitive wizard and colour-coded camera viewer. Furthermore it has a HD camera sensor providing a depth of field of over 10m with a single lens.
The high resolution also enables capture of the most challenging plates including those with half-height and stacked characters. The CitySync 50 camera is available with multiple illumination options including 850nm and 760nm infra-red and white-light. This flexibility allows clear, crisp, licence plate images to be produced in 24-hour conditions. The camera is complimented by the Jet recognition engine which is one of the fastest and most accurate in the World. The engine is supported full-time by our in-house development team. All the HD video is processed inside the camera housing, with no need to send high bandwidth video across the network. There is also no need to install high-powered ANPR processing devices.
Danny Malone, the ANPR Product Manager for CitySync stated in a Press release from March 2016, “There has been a renewed drive since the TagMaster acquisition, to get high quality products to the market quickly and efficiently. The CitySync 50 is following the launch end of last year of the CitySync 30 and shows our commitment to innovation”
A TagMaster innovation – An advanced feature
SecureMarkID® is security extensions using EPC Gen2/ ISO18000-63. It has been developed and registered by TagMaster and offers an outstanding ease-of-use while still offering a medium security level based on cryptographic functions. While EPC Gen2/ISO18000-63 systems traditionally have been using either the EPC field for identity (which can easily be illicitly copied) or the TID field (which is too long to be used in all access control systems without truncation and therefore is difficult to administrate), SecureMarkID® offers a solution to both these problems.
Easy to deploy and administrate Each tag has a readable identity printed on the tag to make administration and deployment easy. This identity comes in a sequence with consecutive running numbers. This identity is short enough to be sent to an access control system using most available Wiegand formats without truncation. It prevents illicit duplication of tags by using cryptographic functions. This security level is suitable for instance in long range vehicle access control applications. TagMaster also offers more advanced security options at higher security levels, but this will require more handling during installation and administration, see Data Sheet for ‘EPC Gen2 v2 Security’.
TagMaster, has signed a Letter of Intent to acquire Balogh group in France.
Balogh is a well-known RFID specialist which have been a technical pioneer within this industry since it was founded 1958. Balogh has offices for R&D and production in Paris, Toulouse and Normandy and is working towards the three RFID segments of rail, access/security and industrial.
Balogh S.A. and Balogh Normandie is in receivership (Redressement Judiciaire) since May 2015 and the parties will jointly submit a “continuation plan” which will be subject for approval by the court in Paris (Tribunal de Commerce de Paris), the approval is expected to take place in June and the acquisition is conditioned by the approval. The revenue of Balogh is approx. 3,5 M€ and 35 people are employed.
“TagMaster is excited taking this next step in our growth strategy and will together with Balogh become a stronger player within both Rail and Traffic Solutions and continue to build a relevant position as technology provider towards Smart Cities. We will use this opportunity to create a center of excellence for our Rail Solutions in France merging our French and Swedish knowhow, enlarging our product offering towards the major players with rail signaling and being able to take on larger projects. Within Traffic Solutions we will merge our product ranges resulting in fewer products, with larger volumes, and we will get access to more geographical areas and become stronger in France and other south European countries. We will also start selling our CitySync range of products through Baloghs sales channels“ says Jonas Svensson, CEO, TagMaster
Article April 2016 issue Railway Gazette International
Testing of the Thales SelTrac IS Radio CBTC to be deployed on four London Underground routes is now underway. The Sub-Surface Upgrade is an essential part of Transport for London’s efforts to cope with increased ridership as the capital’s population grows by a projected 1·2 million over the next 15 years. The four lines are currently carrying 1·3 million passengers a day, and the introduction of longer trains operating under attended ATO (GoA2) is expected to increase peak capacity by 33%, as well as shortening journey times. “This is probably the most complex metro resignalling project in the world”, believes Stuart Harvey, Systems Programme Director at LU’s Capital Programmes Directorate.
Primary train location is achieved using passive RFID transponders from TagMaster, which are positioned in the track at approximately 25 m intervals, or more frequently in station areas. These provide the train with information about its absolute location and the position of the following tag. Each train reports its position back to the VCC, allowing the SMC to update its scheduling decisions accordingly. As well as the tag readers, the trains will each have four tachometers and an accelerometer.
To read the article from Railway Gazette International in pdf Click here
*Image from Railway Gazette International
TagMasters RFID Tags mounted in the track. Absolute train positioning for moving-block operation is provded by RFID tags in the track at approximately 25m intervals.
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