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Address: Lielirbes 1, Rīga, LV-1046, Latvija
Phone: +371 67603360, 67611722
E-mail: info@biss.lv
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Systems System equipment and programs Transport registration and monitoring
Vehicle monitoring can be organized with vehicles electronic markers or car license plate recognition.
 
Vehiches electronic marker is placed on vehicles body or behind the wind screen and gets automatically scanned in places like in front of toll bar or on the border of special access zone. Depending on task it is necessary to ID vehicle, driver or combination of both. In TRANSIT system reader with the range of 10m is used along with small devices installed in vehicle- boosters, and "usual" LF-cards. Before the journey driver inserts his personal card into booster (range 10cm) which transmits to the reader its own number and number of the card. Such solution provides control over vehicle and driver using simple contact less ID card.

Visual car license plate recognition can be integrated into control system, replacing or ading to electronic markers ID. Software-hardware complexes in our offer provide number recognition quality in the range of 92-96%. This technology can be used in systems where most part of the load are occasional vehicles (like car parks of shopping malls) which need to be registered.  



RFID long range readers and tags
Contactless RFID long range (further than 1 m) readers and tags (cards) are usually used in vehicle tracking systems, transport enterprises and parkings.

Longer range is achieved by use of UHF frequencies - 868 MHz or 2.4 GHz as well as point to point antennas and use of active tags with built in power source (usually lithium batteries) for use during 3-5 years. A longer range of reading speeds up the registration and is more comfortable for the driver (no need to open a car window), but there can be possible problems, too - a toll bar can open in front of the car without an access clearance when the car behind it with the clearance may not be allowed in.

Tags (identificators) of the car can have rugged design with a mechanical protection and possibility to install on metal surfaces of a vehicle. In such case they are attached to outer side of vehicle body. A plastic card is usually in with a driver and it can be used to enter the premises with one car, but leave it with a completely different car.



GPS monitoring
Technology development allowed to develop compact and cost effective devices including GPS receiver, GSM modem, I/O ports for sensor connection as well as a managing micro controller. Such devices can be built into any vehicle and can periodically transmit a telemetric information to server icluding current coordinates, a fuel level, a pressure in the wheels as well as a condition of the engine, doors and other information.

They also provide practically uninterrupted identification of all vehicles including their location and condition. A software for the devices is usually bundled with the set or located on the server which is capable of monitoring thousands of devices simultaneously. Customers receive all necessary reports via Internet.

We also offer monitoring services for premises with original report generation system.


RTLS identification
RTLS (Real Time Location System) uses "beakons" (low power transmitters) installed on vehicles. These transmitters transmit their ID each 1-5 seconds using 2,4 GHz range. The receiver registers all packets and their intensity helps to evaluate distance between receiver and transmitter. Maximum distance for registration is up to 100 m. In difference from GPS, this system works also indoors (hangars, parkings, under the bridges etc.) and is more precise.

We developed a succesfully functioning RTLS-system for the registration and movement schedule control along with the technological processing of vehicles. The system includes readers installed on exits from parkings and on a route end points, readers are connected to the internet. RTLS tags are installed behind vehicle's wind screen. The server software is compressing received data and identifying all events concerning vehicles - entry, exit, transit etc. Reports are available via Internet.