IoT Based Toll Booth Management System

Authors

  • Yashodhre K
  • Sudha M S
  • Snehil Sarkar
  • Spoorthy G
  • Shubham Khosla

Keywords:

RFID, IoT Cloud Platform, Congestion, Stolen vehicles, NodeMCU.

Abstract

This paper is mainly focused on a RFID based toll booth management system that is monitored using IOT. The database maintains all the data of user accounts and also their balance. Each vehicle owners possess a unique RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) based card mounted on their vehicles which stores their RFID number. The toll booth management system will monitor the cards scanned when a vehicle arrives at the toll booth. The system then connects to the database to check if the card is valid and if valid what is the balance. If the user balance is sufficient, the toll amount is deducted and card scanner system sends signal to the motor that the user has been billed and the billing details are sent to user via SMS. On receiving this signal, the system operates a motor to open the toll gate for that vehicle. The system is controlled by a microcontroller to achieve this purpose. The Wi-Fi module uses a Wi-Fi connection to connect the toll system to IoT cloud platform through which interacts to perform the online verification process, for the stolen vehicles and sends the information to the nearby police station and vehicle owner together. The system allows storing data to all the vehicles passed at particular time intervals for further reference and surveillance, and it also serves for the revenue generation process. This system thus automates the entire toll collection and monitoring process by using RFID plus IoT based system.

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Published

2020-05-30

How to Cite

K, Y., M S, S., Snehil Sarkar, G, S., & Shubham Khosla. (2020). IoT Based Toll Booth Management System. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering , 1(2), 64-71. Retrieved from https://journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/25

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