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A new handheld RFID reader should give parking officers an even greater advantage when dishing out tickets for some of the world's toughest traffic laws. Developed by Korea's Onnitech and SkyeTek of the U.S, the uWiz-4000 enables users to verify the status of cars faster and with greater ease than previous methods.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 21 november 2006

Apparently parking in Seoul is out of control. So much so, that drivers are forced to attach color coated tags to their cars which limit the day they are allowed to drive in the city.

A new handheld RFID reader should give parking officers an even greater advantage when dishing out tickets for some of the world’s toughest traffic laws. Developed by Korea’s Onnitech and SkyeTek of the U.S, the uWiz-4000 enables users to verify the status of cars faster and with greater ease than previous methods.

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