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Sirit installs first EVR enforcement system in Latin America‏

December 30, 2009

Sirit installs first EVR enforcement system in Latin America‏

Wednesday 30 December 2009

Sirit installs first EVR enforcement system in Latin America Sirit, along with its partner, Axiompass, a leading integrator and supplier of tolling equipment and RFID systems, has announced that Sirit’s RFID technology has been successfully installed and integrated into the first Electronic Vehicle Registration (EVR) system in Latin America.

The EVR system represents a continuation of the initiative by the Mexican government to enhance security and safety on roads across the country. This follows the initial inauguration by Mexican President Felipe Calderón back in June 2009.

Sirit’s IDentity 5100 and lane controller technology read the National Public Vehicle Registry tags while cameras also capture an image of the license plate. The data is then transmitted to a central database which matches the data to vehicles of interest. This enables the various regional enforcement agencies to recognise identified vehicles on a watch list and take appropriate action as the vehicle travels along the highway. To date, forty-two lanes have been installed by Axiompass and are fully operational.

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