NLEX completes installation of early detection RFID on toll lanes
The North Luzon Expressway Corp. has finished installing early-detection features for its RFID system on 188 toll lanes throughout the entire NLEX and Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX) network.
This is seen to boost the RFID detection capability of the system and improve overall customer experience at the toll gates, according to the company.
The project involved a thorough engineering review that identified the best possible positioning of the RFID antennas and sensors to quickly detect the RFID stickers installed in customers’ vehicles, NLEX Corp. said in a statement.
“Part of our commitment to our customers is to consistently improve our electronic systems and services, providing them with a better experience each time they travel,” NLEX Corp. president and general manager J. Luigi Bautista said.
“Together with the entire Metro Pacific Tollways (MPTC) group, we have made major improvements in our RFID system, ensuring that these systems are updated, and the right processes are in place,” he added.
Toll Regulatory Board Executive Director Alvin Carullo agrees that these improvements are vital in ensuring that NLEX and SCTEX customers will be served the best way possible.
“We welcome these developments and continuous enhancements being undertaken by NLEX and MPTC for the benefit of the motoring public. And we envision that soon, our goal of having 100% cashless transactions in all expressways will become a reality,” Carullo said.
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