The Precisely Right Toll Solution
More than a toll app: it's E-GPS.
For decades, tolls have been collected using toll tags read by antennas hung on gantries. More recently, "Pay-by-Plate" tolling has come to the scene. Both methods are costly, but Pay-by-Plate is more because you must identify the vehicle and driver, prepare and mail invoices and then wait for payment. Once, both methods were cutting edge. Now they are normal.
Enter the 'new' normal. GeoToll Enhanced-GPS (E-GPS) makes the smartphone the toll system. E-GPS makes tolling simple, efficient and accurate due to precise toll-point location and timing accuracy that ensures all vehicles are identified. E-GPS reduces the need for heavy roadside infrastructure and the layers of back-office account management and processing that Pay-by-Plate requires. GeoToll's 'precisely right' solution has been tested and proven in every tolling scenario. The world's best toll payment solution - the new normal - is available now.
Vision to Reality
GeoToll's vision is a universally available and user-driven mobility payment solution. Our mission is to give operators and integration companies an accurate, reliable, inexpensive and robust smartphone toll payment solution that solves the issues challenging the industry today.
At GeoToll, we appreciate the value agencies places in building meaningful connections with drivers. GeoToll makes that easy. The customer interface is customizable to suit whatever operators need. With GeoToll, agencies sit where their customers want to be - at the leading edge.
GeoToll offers solutions that people want to adopt and that save operators money. Our patented E-GPS technology is accurate and can reduce the high costs of video tolling, as well as supplement or someday replace RFID toll systems. With GeoToll E-GPS, savings is the new normal.
GeoToll E-GPS has been thoroughly tested and proven in all-electronic toll (AET) systems, including elevated and paint-separated express lanes and legacy bridge and highway environments. For all test and proof-of-concept events, the test requirements and use cases were designed, defined and described by the toll operator hosting the test - not GeoToll.
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