Articles about Rfid

Planning to go cashless?
NLEX Corporation would really like it if you jumped into the cashless RFID bandwagon, so much so that it's has opened installation and reloading lanes to help convince you to make the jump.In a statement, the company said that it
This is the future
If you're a motorist thinking of making the jump to cashless transactions, you'll be hard pressed to find a better time to shift to RFID tech than now.The NLEX Corporation is upgrading its radio frequency identification (RFID) systems to
Motorists, be advised
Way back when, tollway operators made use of DSRC tags for electronic toll collection. But with the advent of RFID technology, major expressways started replacing these bulky physical tags with the stickers we normally see today.These days, only a few tollways
Ready to make the shift?
Still reluctant to plaster an RFID onto your car? It looks like you might not have a choice in a few of months. San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has announced that all the tollways it operates will shift to cashless payments by January
You can now have it delivered to your doorstep and install it yourself
Toll plazas are high-contact areas, which is why cashless transactions are now being encouraged more than ever as people start hitting the road again. You see, unless motorists have RFIDs to pay for their toll fees, physical contact is almost inevitable
Free RFID tags
As a way to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, transport officials have directed public utility vehicle (PUV) operators using tollways and expressways to install radio frequency identification (RFID) tags on their authorized vehicles.In a press release by the Department
For safer travels
It's best we stay at home during this COVID-19 pandemic-that's a no-brainer. But if it can't be helped, we should exercise extra caution, especially for those who need to go in and out of Metro Manila
Will this be the new normal?
For the past couple of months, the dismal traffic along South Luzon Expressway (SLEX)-specifically on the northbound side-has been the subject of discussion of residents south of the metro.Here's a reprieve: San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has delivered on
Is this a data privacy risk?
In case you're wondering if the Land Transportation Office's (LTO) new RFID license plates opens the doors for a potential breach in privacy, the agency says the answer is 'no.'According to the LTO, the QR codes on the new
Existing accounts for Easytrip, Autosweep can also be interconnected on the spot
Lately, we've heard tollway authorities apologizing for and justifying the monstrous traffic congestion caused by the never-ending construction work on their facilities. It's a bitter pill we have to swallow.But there are some efforts being undertaken by these
Do you remember these?
Current windshield stickers are used by both public and private entities to indicate that vehicles they are operating are legally allowed to use either public (national) or private (subdivision) roads. Since the 1960s, government institutions, private schools, corporations, and clubs have also
Say goodbye to your clutter-free windshield
So, you've finally gotten hold of your brand-new license plates. Soak it in and celebrate, but keep in mind you aren't out in the clear just yet: You still need to install that horrendous-looking-er, we mean fancy-
“Let’s embrace change for the better”
It ain't over 'til it's over.Operators of the elevated Skyway system clarified that the review on the implementation of the 'RFID-only' scheme continues, and it will only be implemented after it has been approved by the Toll Regulatory
Too much heat can affect a rider's judgement
The Philippines is a tropical country, and nowhere is that more obvious than when one is riding a motorcycle on a daily basis.Unlike driving a car, where the cabin temperature can be controlled almost to a fault, riding a bike means
Just present your receipt at the LTO
If your horoscope says you will receive P350 sometime this month, don't thank the stars. Just try to recall if you had your car registered early this year as the Land Transportation Office (LTO) is set to return P31-million worth
Whose side are you on?<br />
The Automobile Association of the Philippines (AAP) has asked the Supreme Court to permanently stop the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC) from implementing the Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) project. The AAP said the RFID program should be declared as invalid and
Here's why you shouldn't be charged that additional P350 just yet<br />
Protests meet government's new program for land transport<br />
The Land Transportation Office (LTO) pushed through with the controversial radio frequency identification program despite protests from various groups regarding its legality. The P350 RFID sticker is placed on the windshield of vehicles upon registration or renewal of registration. It is valid
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