Remote Wireless Infrastructure

Intelligent Transport System (ITS)


Intelligent transportation systems (ITS) include state-of-the-art wireless, electronic, and automated technologies that collectively integrate vehicles (transit, RVs, trucks, and personal vehicles), system users, and infrastructure.


The FCC has allocated a portion of the 5.9 GHz band for ITS use. Using this band, (C-V2X) can support direct low latency connections over short distances, without the involvement of the cellular network. C-V2X solutions include vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V), vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I), vehicle-to-pedestrian (V2P), and vehicle-to-cloud (V2C) communication.



Overview of Smart Parking and Intelligent Transport System (ITS)





Connected Vehicle Road Side Unit (RSU) provides wireless communications from roadside infrastructure to vehicle On-Board Units to provide very low latency required for high-speed events, such as crash avoidance.


V2V (Vehicle-to-vehicle) communication technology facilitates crash avoidance and uses VANETs (vehicular ad hoc networks), which consists of a wireless network whereby vehicles can communicate with one another and share information about their driving behaviors. This information includes speed, position, braking, stability, the direction of travel, among others. Rfwel also helps you in V2V antenna selection for your application. 



Smart Parking

Smart parking offers solutions to urban mobility through the IoT/sensor technology facilitating parking availability. Parking space detectors (sensors and/or cameras) deployed record and process data/ images to provide real-time traffic occupancy or drivers looking for vacant parking spots in closed spaces.



 IoT/Sensor-based  Parking Payment Terminal

 IoT/Sensor-based  Parking Payment Terminal

Rfwel provides low-profile antennas and cellular gateways to support equipment used in the payment terminals.


Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)

Modern Wireless Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)

Wireless Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)

Modern secure electronic toll collection systems (ETC) help improve revenue and keep traffic flowing. Rfwel experts will help you in the design, product selection of on-demand video and GPS devices, access scalable connectivity, and signal coverage solutions for seamless end-to-end connection for your systems. 


 Components of the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)  

Components of the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC)

Vehicle tracking can be achieved through the Global Positioning System (GPS). Data is retrieved from the onboard GPS receiver or at checkpoints along toll road sections through field-site sensors, such as a vehicle detector.


vehicle-to-infrastructure communication or license plate recognition (LPR) technologies are used for vehicle identification. This can either use RFID where a UHF antenna/reader identifies the windshield tags or leverage GPS to connect with onboard devices (OBU). License plate recognition (LPR) uses cameras that rely on optical recognition to read plate numbers.



To be able to instantly verify the licensing and registration of each vehicle to bill the proper driver, transportation authorities require integration with backend infrastructure. This must be a reliable and secure networking solution ensuring optimal billing performance and customer service.


Digital Signage

With digital signs, transport organizations can quickly and easily update signage providing travelers with more accurate and timely arrival/departure times, cancellations, and delays. Outdoor digital billboards provide vital information yet are faced with harsh weather elements and unreliable/unavailable wireless connectivity.


LTE infrastructure, devices, and services allow you to make use of this advanced digital signage technology that requires an industrial LTE gateway that provides the right computing performance, energy efficiency, harsh environment resistance, and reliable wireless connectivity via multiple access technologies.


Wireless Digital Signage with LTE and Wi-Fi




Wireless Digital Signage with LTE and Wi-Fi