Computerized Toll Collection Systems

Micrologic's computerized toll collection systems are designed to improve the efficiency of toll collection in highways, skyways and bridges. It can use single-trip and stored value magnetic cards, contactless smart cards, active ETC (Electronic Toll Collection) tags or passive ETC Tags.  The system can either be open (single payment point) or closed ( pay at exit).  For a closed system, the entry lane equipment typically include:

  • Toll Teller terminals
  • Overhead Lane Status Indicator
  • Entry loop
  • Magnetic Card or Smart Card Dispenser/Reader
  • Lane Controller Automatic Lane Barrier (Optional)
     

All of the lane equipment are interfaced to the Lane Controller which in turn is networked to a Plaza Computer for real-time monitoring, data retrieval and storage of transactions and incidents.


A typical exit lane or open system lane shall include the following equipment:

  • Toll Teller terminals including Receipt Printer
  • Overhead Lane Status Indicator
  • Entry loop
  • Magnetic Card or Smart Card Reader/Writer
  • ETC Antenna and Reader
  • Lane Controller
  • Toll Fare Indicator·Lane Traffic Light
  • Automatic Vehicle Classification System
  • Automatic Lane Barrier
  • Lane Camera

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Automatic Fare Collection Systems

Micrologic manufactures computerized ticketing or fare collection system  for mass transit train, busway and ferry systems. The system uses contactless smart cards with single-trip or stored value capabilities. It can also be linked to a cellphone-based re-loading or top-up system so the customer can re-load his stored value smart card using his cellular phone.

A typical system consists of card-controlled turnstile entry and exit units and card re-loading stations networked to a station computer server.  Stations are then networked with each other through a wireless broadband or fiber-optic Wide Area Network (WAN) with the main server located in the central station. Transactions from all the stations are captured into the main server's database for generation of reports and settlement of multi-merchant transactions with a payment clearing house.

Contactless smart cards allow for high-speed and secure transactions for high volume, fast moving micropayments as in mass transit systems. Transactions of one second per passenger is possible and the high maintenance associated with magnetic stripe cards is avoided. The cards are also very secure and can accommodate other applications such as car park and fastfood chain purchases.

 Micrologic’s smart card installations include the Metro Rail Transit System (MRT) at EDSA,  the Pasig Rivery Ferry System and various carparks operated by Ayala in Makati.

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POWER LINE MONITORING, ALERTING AND CONTROL SYSTEM


The Micrologic PLMACS is a device designed to perform measurements on a 3-phase electrical power source and load, recording the measurements on a removable SD Card with options of transmitting the data in real-time to the user via SMS or text messaging. It can also automatically generate alerts when certain conditions are met such as exceeding energy consumption, surges and sags in AC voltage supply, occurrences of power failures and other events. It also has built-in relay outputs for remotely controlling the load by text messaging such as starting and stopping a motor. Automatic scheduling of loads is also possible.

 

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SOLAR POWERED WIRELESS TANK LEVEL SENSOR


The Micrologic Tank Sensor measures the level of water in a tank and transmits the measurement through wireless GSM/SMS communications. It is powered by solar energy and is designed to be mounted on top of water tanks in outdoor environments. Since it has its own power source and uses wireless communications it shall not require any wiring. It is designed to operate autonomously with no need for physical contacts since the locations of the installations are expected to be difficult to access. In addition to measuring the water level, it can be configured remotely so it can send alerts automatically when certain level points are reached or when the enclosure door is opened. Level readings can also be requested from the user's mobile device or PC/Laptop.

 

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