by Brianna Crandall — January 30, 2017 — Professional security company Geovision recently announced the launch of a next-generation radio-frequency identification (RFID) system that will provide a positive impact on parking management and help to free up time and lines. The GV-RU9003 UHF long-range reader is fully integrated with GV-ASManager, a full-function access control management system that allows for easy permit parking.
According to Geovision, the long-range reader has become an important device in helping to free up traffic congestion and reduce the time wasted getting in and out of vehicles, which can cost a company money. It can also help to remove the problem of people parking without authorization. In addition to providing a powerful management system, it also helps with the safety and efficiency of traffic and freight management.
Titan Lee, assistant manager of Access Control at Geovision, explained:
The device is based on RFID technology and operates with passive UHF tag (EPC GEN 2) that allows hands-free, rolling entry to parking lots. GV-RU9003 is designed with 8dBi antenna gain and 27.9dBm RF module, allowing read range up to 10 meters [33 feet]. When using the Geovision’s GV-RU9003 with GV-ASManager through GV-Controller, it provides a powerful parking management system where the user can easily control a parking area and make sure only authorized vehicles gain access and park in the correct place.
Providing instant identification, and using the GV-LPC2210 color IP (Internet protocol) cameras to read the license plates, the long-range reader allows for immediate information to be built on the driver and allows the user to permit access quickly. The system helps to keep vehicles moving, and provides important information on the spaces available for a specific class of driver.
The parking management device can be used for gated communities, hotels, and businesses that need to make sure access is only given to permitted personnel.
To learn more about the long-range reader and the company’s wide range of technology, visit the Geovision Web site.