Bandra-Worli Sea Link Goes RFID [No stopping at the toll booth!]

Commuters will not have to stop at the toll booth, as the new system will deduct toll automatically from a users account, working like a pre-paid mobile subscription. Similar to how your call charges are deducted after every call, the toll amount will be deducted automatically every time you pass through the toll plaza.

India gets its first RFID technology based electronic toll plaza!

For National Highway users, long wait  at toll plazas will soon be a thing of the past. Country’s first radio frequency identification (RFID)-technology based toll collection plazas will be inaugurated on April 19 at Chandimandir near Punchkula in Haryana on…

Understanding NFC [Hint: It’s not a subset of RFID]

The question is – will the industry big-weights get behind the technology for the common good or just be big bullies!

JustBooks takes Library to next level with RFID Tagging

JustBooks is a Bangalore based startup that is using technology to change the way books are rented. Justbooks has library chain in Bangalore and has over 20,000 books. The company has automated some parts of one’s library usage, for instance…

LogiNext Wants to Make Real Time Tracking Easy & Foolproof For Logistics

That’s what LogiNext is all about: Equipping the logistics firms with a tracker. They call it smart tag.

10 Essential Tools For App Developers

Design styles are one of the most important framework for the look and feel of any app UI/UX. They will give you the basic design rules and standards set out by different operating systems for app developers.

Government to implement electronic toll collection system across all National Highways by 2014

Here is some good news for vehicles plying on highways. To make the toll collection process easier and transparent, the Government is rolling out electronic toll collection across the country on National Highways by the end of 2014. Electronic Toll…

Hyderabad Metro to Install NFC based Ticketing

The Hyderabad Metro Rail is going to introduce Near Field Communication (NFC) based ticket readers so that commuters can buy tickets using their NFC enabled mobile phones.