An RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) parking lot system is a technology that allows automated and efficient management of parking spaces. It uses RFID tags, which are small chips that can be attached to vehicles to identify and track their movement within a parking lot or garage. 

One of the main advantages of an RFID parking system is its ease and speed of use for the driver. Instead of dealing with cash or credit cards, drivers simply have an RFID tag in their vehicle that can be scanned as they enter and exit the parking facility. This greatly reduces the time it takes to park and pay, elevating the user experience.



Vehicle owners or license plates are issued RFID tags or chips. These tags are placed on the windshield of vehicles. Each tag carries a unique identification number. 


Readers placed at entry and exit points monitor the passage of vehicles. These readers read the data on the tags using radio waves.

Data Communication

When the vehicle approaches the booth, the tag on the vehicle is detected by the reader. The reader reads the unique identification number on the tag and can transmit this information to our cloud.


Using the information in the database, the system determines which line the vehicle is crossing and the toll. The toll is charged to the vehicle owner’s account or payment method.

RFID Parking Control System

Detailed entry-exit permissions can be assigned to different groups at day/hour/minute level 

The system allows centralized management for the multiple entry-exit points.  

By defining as many vehicles as you want on the system, you can ensure stable entry and exit controls even at the busiest working speed 

Statistical data of defined vehicles that are in the site and have logged out can be viewed  

All desired reports can be printed flexibly at specified data intervals through the system