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04/17/2017

The car toll is coming – but how will it be implemented?

The car toll is coming – but how will it be implemented?

Vehicles are detected with outdated methods

Bremen, April 2017. After long disputes, the intention turns reality: The majority of the members of the Bundestag have voted on March 24 for the introduction of the much-discussed motor vehicle toll. In the future, motorists are to pay the infrastructure fee yearly by means…

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11/17/2016

Toll: “Count on modern technology during collection”

Toll: “Count on modern technology during collection”

Motor vehicles with chip license plate from Tönnjes E.A.S.T. are identified by 100 percent

Bremen, November 2016. The motor vehicle toll is coming: Federal Minister of Transport Alexander Dobrindt (CSU) believes that starting the system after the elections in the coming year is realistic. Instead of a classic adhesive…

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10/17/2016

Test result gives rise to hope for more security in German road traffic

Test result gives rise to hope for more security in German road traffic

Chip-based license plates from TÖNNJES E.A.S.T. from Lower Saxony detect motor cars at 100 percent

Bremen, October 2016. The RFID chip technology from TÖNNJES E.A.S.T. convinces again: The German company could successfully complete a joint field trial with the Dutch Ministry of Defence for vehicle…

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09/16/2016

More than a piece of sheet metal

More than a piece of sheet metal

Motor car license plates of the future safeguard mobility

Bremen, September 2016. Motor vehicle license plates are as a daily companion a familiar sight in road traffic. Hardly any vehicle owner thinks about the small sheet metal, except when choosing a customised registration number. There is an interesting history and great potential for…

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08/15/2016

German license plate technology in the Caribbean

German license plate technology in the Caribbean

Cayman Islands count on innovative system from TÖNNJES

Bremen, August 2016. The Cayman Islands situated south of Cuba explore new horizons to install an effective management system for vehicles. The IDePLATE developed by the Delmenhorst company J.H. TÖNNJES plays a key role in the implementation. As a world’s first, a…

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06/16/2016

If section control, then in the best possible way

“If section control, then in the best possible way”
License plates with RFID chip from Lower Saxony significantly improve the detection quote

Bremen, June 2016. In the past year, around two and a half million traffic accidents were put
on the record - 4.2 percent more than in the previous year. 305,900 persons were injured,
3.475 of them died. One of the main causes of accidents: inappropriate…

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05/25/2016

More than 400 license plates are stolen on a daily basis

More than 400 license plates are stolen on a daily basis
IDePLATEs can help remedy the situation

Bremen, May 2016. According to estimates of the Allgemeine Versicherungs-AG (ARAG),
160,000 license plates are stolen in Germany every year. This comes to an average of 400 thefts
per day. A real problem for entrepreneurs and private persons and considerable extra work for
the…

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03/09/2016

German license plate technology on the advance

Tönnjes E.A.S.T. presents motor vehicle detection systems at Intertraffic Amsterdam

Bremen, March 2016. From 5th to 8th April, the Germany company J. H. Tönnjes E.A.S.T. presents its tried and tested detection systems for vehicles at the Intertraffic Amsterdam. In other European countries and at international level, vehicle identification based on RFID technology (radio-frequency identification)…

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01/26/2016

Royal Dutch Army: Introduction of RFID based solutions for vehicle identification

Royal Dutch Army: Introduction of RFID based solutions for vehicle identification
General de Kruif supports vehicle identification with passive RFID technology


Oirschot/Delmenhorst, January 2016 – As part of a long-term project on the training and
education grounds of the Dutch Ministry of Defense, Tönnjes and Kirpestein presented RFID
based solutions for vehicle identification to Lieutenant…

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