The smartphone is a foundational tool for digital transformation in transportation and tolling will benefit greatly from adopting it.
Toll operators have the opportunity today to improve operations by adopting smartphones - but only if they choose the right smartphone technology. GeoToll enhances and optimizes the management of toll-supported infrastructure. The industry's 'new normal' is based on Enhanced-GPS (E-GPS), a GeoToll invention that delivers single-lane vehicle identification precision and millisecond-level timing that results in the most accurate, lowest-cost transaction possible. With GeoToll, drivers avoid violations notices and fees. Agencies save by eliminating costly pay-by-plate processes and reducing the capital costs involved in tag-based RFID tolling systems.
GeoToll follows a logical three-part methodology:
E-GPS Account-Based systems that resolve concerns about new tolling technology, such as its ability to accurately identify vehicles and remit all tolls due;
Measured, opt-in E-GPS adoption and managed growth where existing toll systems remain working in place while customers begin to use E-GPS as their tolling method, and;
The choice to outsource account management to GeoToll or, via an SDK, integrate E-GPS into an existing consumer toll app. The result is an intuitive, dynamic and scalable solution that is user-friendly and affordable.
What is an SDK?
A software development kit, or SDK, is a downloadable set of tools developers use to build applications for specific operating systems (OS). An SDK comprises everything you need to create a particular module within an app and includes libraries, tools, sample code, relevant documentation, and often application programming interfaces (APIs). GeoToll has a free SDK for integrators to use to add E-GPS functionality to their systems.