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Performance Evaluation of UHF RFID Technologies for Real-Time Bus Recognition in the Taipei Bus Station
AbstractTransport stations such as airports, ports, and railways have adopted blocked-type pathway management to process and control travel systems in a one-directional manner. However, this excludes highway transportation where large buses have great variability and mobility; thus, an instant influx of numerous buses increases risks and complicates station management. Focusing on Taipei Bus Station, this study employed RFID technology to develop a system platform integrated with modern information technology that has numerous characteristics. This modern information technology comprised the following systems: ultra-high frequency (UHF) radio-frequency identification (RFID), ultrasound and license number identification, and backstage graphic controls. In conclusion, the system enabled management, bus companies, and passengers to experience the national bus station’s new generation technology, which provides diverse information and synchronization functions. Furthermore, this technology reached a new milestone in the energy-saving and efficiency-increasing performance of Taiwan’s buses.
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Own, C.-M.; Lee, D.-S.; Wang, T.-H.; Wang, D.-J.; Ting, Y.-L. Performance Evaluation of UHF RFID Technologies for Real-Time Bus Recognition in the Taipei Bus Station. Sensors 2013, 13, 7797-7812.View more citation formats
Own C-M, Lee D-S, Wang T-H, Wang D-J, Ting Y-L. Performance Evaluation of UHF RFID Technologies for Real-Time Bus Recognition in the Taipei Bus Station. Sensors. 2013; 13(6):7797-7812.Chicago/Turabian Style
Own, Chung-Ming; Lee, Da-Sheng; Wang, Ti-Ho; Wang, De-Jun; Ting, Yu-Lun. 2013. "Performance Evaluation of UHF RFID Technologies for Real-Time Bus Recognition in the Taipei Bus Station." Sensors 13, no. 6: 7797-7812.
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