The vehicle identification and detection technology company, Nedap is to launch its TRANSIT Ultimate at IFSEC 2015 show in London next week (16-18 June).
The new long-range reader with new semi-active transponders is launched as the next generation of Nedap’s RFID platform for vehicle and driver identification.
Nedap Identification Systems says it is in response to thegrowing demand for advanced vehicle access control . It is the successor of TRANSIT Standard, which has been in the market for more than 15 years. TRANSIT identifies vehicles and drivers at a distance of up to 10 meters at speeds up to 125 mph by using semi-active (2.45 GHz) RFID technology.
It says its new features include an improved antenna and housing design, and a second communication channel at 433 MHz that enables a wider bandwidth for communication between readers and tags. Tag authentication using AES encryption is incorporated to help prevent cloning of tags and replay-attacks.