The Wialon system provides the means to control passengers who travel regularly using special transport (for example, school buses or corporate vehicles). When entering and exiting the vehicle, the passenger applies an RFID tag to a special reader. The received data is sent to Wialon where it can be further used for monitoring purposes.
The algorithm of controlling a passenger
When a person enters or exits the vehicle, the RFID tag sends identical information. Therefore, you should distinguish between these actions:
The first response of an RFID tag in 24 hours means a passenger got into a vehicle. The second operation of the same tag in the same vehicle means the passenger got out. If the second operation of the tag occurs in the same vehicle within 1 minute after getting on or off, then it is considered to be false. The system ignores such an operation.
If a passenger gets into a bus using an RFID tag, and afterwards the same tag triggers on another bus, the system recognizes it as getting off the first bus and getting on the other one.
If a passenger enters the bus and the period indicated in the Automatic unbinding field of the passenger properties passes, the passenger is unbound automatically.
To control passengers in the monitoring system, you should create passengers in the interface of the monitoring system and form automatic binding lists. Data received from an RFID tag provides a possibility to carry out online monitoring, generate reports on passengers, and send corresponding notifications.