Management of disabled person passes

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Anti-counterfeit permits: now it’s possible

Requirement

More and more often, cards for disabled people are counterfeited to access limited traffic areas or to park in spots without the appropriate authorization.  Roadside checks are burdensome and insufficient to counter this growing phenomenon. This is why cities need more effective, automatic verification systems that block such offenses upstream. Currently, the systems in use for controlling access to LTZ are not able to automatically recognize the CUDE (European unified disabled card). Users are required to declare in advance the license plates of the vehicles with access, which also entails a considerable workload for the offices in charge.

The electronic CUDE with RFID tags

Thanks to an RFID tag inserted in the CUDE, it is no longer possible to counterfeit such permits, which become immediately identifiable both via the handheld devices used by road control personnel, as well as the RFID gates integrated with the LTZ access points. The CUDE can be printed and tagged directly by the offices in charge when the request is made by the user. It can also be associated with one or more license plates and the user only needs to carry it on his or her person. This reduces the number of requests to be managed and users are no longer required to report any movement through LTZs in advance.

Smart Parking and automated control

Our sensors evolve towards new features to solve the need to monitor the use of parking spaces and to verify the required parking permits and their validity. Manual vehicle controls are no longer necessary: the collected data are aggregated and verified directly by INES Cloud, which indicates which vehicles are subject to sanctions.

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