OmniAir Certification Ensures Seamless and Secure Tolling Experiences

  • Kapsch TrafficCom Multi-Protocol Reader certified by industry association
  • “Reaffirms commitment to safety and excellence” comments JB Kendrick, President, Kapsch North America
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Kapsch TrafficCom is proud to announce it has received the valued OmniAir-certification for its Janus Multi-Protocol 4.1 Reader.

The Janus Reader is the latest in a line of Kapsch TrafficCom products that have received the certification, fulfilling the high standards of the OmniAir Consortium. OmniAir is the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for ITS, tolling, and connected vehicles.

JB Kendrick, President North America at Kapsch TrafficCom, comments on the certification:

This achievement reaffirms our commitment to safety and excellence in providing cutting-edge solutions to our clients and partners. Our product meets the highest standards, enabling seamless and secure tolling experiences. I am delighted that we managed to attain this challenging certificate for yet another Kapsch TrafficCom product.

The Janus Multi-Protocol Reader

The Janus MPR 4.1 Multi-Protocol UHF RFID Reader is a single-lane transponder reader that enables wireless toll road processing with an highest level of accuracy, allowing toll road operators to reliably capture revenues. Janus Multi-Protocol Readers are built on a flexible architecture to provide scalable systems and support major North American industry tolling protocols.

The OmniAir Consortium

OmniAir Consortium is the leading industry association promoting interoperability and certification for connected vehicles, ITS, and transportation payment systems. OmniAir’s membership includes public agencies, private companies, research institutions, and independent test labs. The Consortium was founded in 2004 to advance the deployment of standards-based, interoperable wireless transport technologies that improve mobility, safety and efficiency of ground transportation networks.

This article was originally published by Kapsch TrafficCom.


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