Electronic fee collection on roads – new ISO specification
22 March 2010
A newly published ISO Technical Specification harmonises the requirements for electronic fee collection (EFC) systems on roads subject to toll charges. Electronic fee collection – Compliance check communication for autonomous systems ISO TS 12813:2009 will facilitate mobility between different road networks and help to ensure reliable data collection and correct charging.
ISO TS 12813:2009 will help to ensure the optimal use of on-board equipment interfacing with satellite positioning to collect the data required for charging for the use of roads in an autonomous mode, without relying on dedicated roadside infrastructure.
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