The Mexican State of Puebla has announced its renewal of contract with Neology RFID to provide passive RFID tags, readers and solution integration support.
In 2005 Neology was chosen by the state to develop a fully integrated electronic vehicle identification/electronic vehicle registration solution, with the key focus being on tax compliance and state security.
The company integrated passive RFID devices into vehicle registration cards, drivers’ licenses and windshield tags, and activated them through a personalization process in multiple issuing stations throughout the state.
A number of gantries with static RFID Readers were also installed strategically throughout the state and were connected over the Web to a centralized command and control center.
Neology’s Event Management Integrated Software provided the ability in real time to track vehicles through the gantries by reading the windshield tag and relating the information captured with data on record. Mismatching of information would create an event which triggers instant response messages to local law enforcement.