Mobility Pass RFID & Mobility Gate RFID

Tempo di lettura: 9 minutes

Access and toll payments become smart processes

Roads and infrastructure are no longer able to absorb the increasing levels of urbanization, traffic, and congestion. This is why an increasing number of cities are developing policies aimed at regulating and controlling the ecological and sustainable access, transit, and parking of vehicles or user groups in urban areas. These regulations help to improve accessibility in cities and to reduce costs, emissions, and accidents, as well as to optimize the use of existing infrastructure.


RFID Mobility Pass and RFID Mobility Gate are tools for flexible and integrated management of the access control of different categories of vehicles and users (commercial vehicles, tourist buses, residents, disabled individuals, etc.) in various urban areas, thus allowing real-time monitoring.

Tech info Mobility Pass

CARD HF CHIP DUAL INTERFACE (contact/contactless)

  • Dimensions: business card
  • Make/Model: NXP P531G072 JCOP31 or equivalent
  • Frequency: 13.56MHz
  • Physical interface: ISO7816 T=0, T=1 (contact) or ISO 14443A/B T=CL (contactless)
  • Memory: EEPROM 72kB
  • Java version: JC 2.2.1 API or GlobalPlatform 2.1.1
  • Communication protocol: Mifare 4K emulation or CNS


  • Dimensions: business card
  • Make/Model: Impinj Monaco64 or equivalent
  • Frequency: 860 ÷ 960 MHz
  • Standard: EPC Class 1 Gen2 – ISO 18000-6C
  • EPC Code: 96-bit
  • User Memory: 8 Bytes
  • TID: 32 bit
  • Reserved Memory: 112 bit

QR Code

  • PIN: up to 16 secure, random, alphanumeric characters

Gate technological components

The system consists of:

  • antenna for reading the area of interest (reader)
  • control unit and router for collecting and transmitting data

The system is based on an RFID reader operating in the non-licensed UHF band 865-870MHz in accordance with ISO 18000-6 and EPC Global Class 1 Gen2 standards (with regard to radio frequency technological functions) and ETSI EN 302 208 and ETSI EN 300 220 standards (with regard to electromagnetic compatibility characteristics).

In real conditions of use and in accordance with the law (2W), system performance is the same in 99.9% of cases with speeds of up to 120 Km/h, as determined both by laboratory analyses and multiple field measurements.


  • Frequency range:  865 – 870 MHz
  • Yield: 8.5 dBic (min), 9.5 dBic (max)
  • VSWR:  1.3:1 (max)
  • Lobe width at 3 dB: Az65° (tip), El 65° (tip)
  • Polarization: RHCP (Right Hand Circular Polarization)
  • Axial ratio: 0.7 dB (tip), 1.3 dB (max)
  • F/B Ratio: -17 dB (max)
  • Input impedance:  50 Ohm
  • Input power: 6 W (max)
  • DC Grounded protection
  • Dimensions: 305x305x25 mm (max)
  • Weight: 1.2 (Kg) (max)
  • Connector type: N Female


  • Frequency: 865.6 – 867.6 MHz (ETSI EN 302 208)
  • 869.525 MHz (ETSI EN 300 220) Max Output power, SW programmable: 1.5 W (32 dBm)
  • Antenna connector: nr. 4 SMA type, female
  • Frequency tolerance: ±10 ppm over the entire temperature range
  • Number of “Single ch.” channels: compliant to ETSI EN 300 220
  • 10 ch.: compliant to ETSI EN 302 208
  • ISO 18000-6 Standard Compliance
  • Philips UCODE EPC 1.19
  • EPC Global Class 1 Gen2
  • Digital I/O 3 I/O lines 3.3 V out, 5 V tolerant
  • Port RS232: 9.6 – 115 Kbit/s data rate (settable)
  • Dimensions: 217x119x39 mm3 (8.5×4.7×1.5 inches3)
  • Power supply voltage range 15 ± 5% VDC or 5V
  • Power: 1A x 15 V (TX/RX mode)
  • Operating temperature: -20 °C to 70 °C


  • CPU:  x86, 500 MHz, AMD Geode LX800
  • RAM: 256MB
  • Firmware: Award BIOS
  • Display: VGA
  • Ethernet connectivity: 10/100 Mbps
  • 4 USB Connectors Device, 1 RS232, 1 miniPCI
  • Memory support: CF Card
  • Operating system: Linux Voyage, v.0.7
  • Power supply: 12 ± 5% VDC
  • Operating temperature: -20 °C to 70°C


  • Network Processor characteristics, 64 MB RAM, 16 MB FLASH
  • Ethernet port: 1 RJ-45, 10/100 Mbps
  • GPRS/GSM Frequency band: dual band, EGSM 900 and GSM 800
  • DL transfer: max 85.6 Kbps
  • UL transfer: max 21.4 Kbps
  • EDGE Quadband GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz)
  • Multislot Class 10, max 236.8 Kbps (DL), Class B Mobile Station
  • HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, UL 384 Kbps
  • Console DB-9 Asynch up to 115.2 Kbps
  • Networking: IPv4, TCP-UDP, Quality of Service
  • Routing Protocols Static: RIPv1, RIPv2
  • SNMP: full support of SNMP v2
  • Security RADIUS Support , NAT/PAT, VPNs with IPSec 3DES Encryption
  • Telnet Server services, SSH server, DHCP server and client
  • Dimensions (LxWxT): 160x135x30 mm
  • Power supply: 5V AC/DC Adapter
  • Maximum power: <15W
  • Antenna: external, removable Swirvel antenna (SMA male)
  • Operating temperature: -5 °C /+50 °C

RFID Mobility Pass

RFID Mobility Passes are passive UHF RFID tags that act as a digital license plate to identify vehicles using RFID. They guarantee all the features of an active tag but cost 20 times less. Fully customizable with the emblem or coat-of-arms of the city or mobility company, they are available in the form of cards and anti-counterfeit stickers placed on the windshield.
Thanks to RFID Mobility Passes, it is possible to manage multiple services related to mobility on a single platform: free flow transit and billing, access to parking in a building, etc.
In combination with the Smart Sanctions system, the RFID Mobility Passes make the work of road inspectors easier, faster, and more accurate.

RFID Mobility Gate to control tolls and access points

Thanks to UHF RFID technology, RFID Mobility Gates placed at the entrance of LTZs or restricted access areas make it possible to identify, track, and monitor vehicles, goods, and people in order to report any violations through INES Cloud. Characterized by extremely accurate reading performance (99.9%), they can accurately measure the permanence of each vehicle in the monitored areas, and in combination with cameras they serve as an effective tool for activating free-flow toll systems.
In combination with PSS, RFID Mobility Gates installed in parking spots reserved for special categories make it possible to verify the right to park in such areas.

License plate recognition

License plate recognition cameras make it possible to monitor access to areas with limited or restricted traffic by autonomously defining the reference time slots. In combination with RFID Mobility Gates, it is also possible to easily manage loading/unloading permits or other temporary permits.

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