TagMaster, the leading producer of advanced RFID solutions for long-range identification, has announced that the vehicle access identification (AVI) installation at the Commonwealth Games 2010 is now in operation. The installation controls the access of vehicles to and from the sports arenas and other sites in the Delhi area related to the Games, for security and protection purposes.

This is further proof of the superior technology used in TagMaster’s long-range RFID readers, which allow installations with up to 50 readers in close proximity to each other and in very radio intense environments, without conflicts or interference.

In selecting a TagMaster RFID solution for this prestigious installation, Electronics Corporation of India (ECIL) focused on a number of key benefits. TagMaster’s RFID readers and ID-tags are installed globally and in all climate conditions. The design of the readers and ID-tags is discreet and integrates well into installations where automatic vehicle identification is required. The technology used in TagMaster readers provides functionality such as frequency hopping, a well defined reading lobe that can be fine tuned, as well as 32b error detection. Support for cloning of configuration settings using a USB key and a standard web browser for setting up the reader provide an easy-to-use and very reliable product that can operate in radio-intense environments.

“TagMaster is proud to contribute to the success of the Commonwealth Games, delivering under a tight time schedule and to a demanding application. Our very competent partner in India, Pepperl+Fuchs has provided first-rate support and assistance to ECIL. Good products and competent and service-minded partners are key to our global success,” says Bo Tiderman, CEO at TagMaster.