Toll Bridge Auditing System.

This system monitors signals from two buried inductive loops to maintain a real time tally of vehicles using a toll bridge. It is a small desktop system ( the toll booth is tiny!) and displays a running total of the vehicles on both carriageways during a shift. The system also collates the data by the hour, shift, day, week & month. A small printer is used to print a variety of reports. As well as the main function of auditing the toll takings, it also provides management with information on when it would be cost-effective to adjust the periods when the toll booth is staffed; during quiet periods the takings would not cover the wages. A first system was installed in 1988 and subsequently replaced with an updated version (shown above), with extra facilities, in 2003.

Toll Bridge Auditing System.

This system monitors signals from two buried inductive loops to maintain a real time tally of vehicles using a toll bridge. It is a small desktop system ( the toll booth is tiny!) and displays a running total of the vehicles on both carriageways during a shift. The system also collates the data by the hour, shift, day, week & month. A small printer is used to print a variety of reports. As well as the main function of auditing the toll takings, it also provides management with information on when it would be cost-effective to adjust the periods when the toll booth is staffed; during quiet periods the takings would not cover the wages. A first system was installed in 1988 and subsequently replaced with an updated version (shown above), with extra facilities, in 2003.