Tecsidels classification system in Torghatten

By the end of 2015 Tecsidel was awarded for its first single gantry project in Torghatten (Norway), the Horten Moss ferry station. The project is managed by B&T Signaal and consists in a single gantry solution equipped with three lasers per lane that will make length based classification of the vehicles.

This single gantry solution involves a challenging classification system of up to 9 different types (length based) and with a margin of error of +/- 3 cm for the classification of vehicles. It is capable of working in stop and go conditions.

This innovative solution also knows exactly where the vehicle is and performs a complete tracking from the moment it enters the lane until it is fully classified. In addition, the classification system has self-learning mechanisms for the constant improvement in the performance. This is a breakthrough characteristic that as soon as the system has acquired some real data, will make it more precise and accurate.

This project also includes our developed Automatic Toll Payment Machine (ATPM). The fully automated, economically designed terminal allows various tasks like toll fee collection, entry ticket issuing and access point functions.

With this project, consisting of 2 plazas and 6 lanes, Tecsidel is settled even more in this niche market of toll and collection systems in Scandinavian countries.