Nedap’s automatic vehicle identification solutions are installed all over the world to identify vehicles and their drivers. Because every industry has its own specific characteristics and challenges, it is important to choose a solution that fits the industry. Below you will find an overview of industries where our solutions fits perfectly.

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As airports must comply with increasingly strict safety and security policies and regulations, security managers’ jobs get evermore challenging. And this is heightened by the fact that airports typically consist of several zones across a vast site and are visited by high volumes of people. Reliable access control is essential, so only authorised vehicles and drivers have automatic access at gates, and smooth traffic flow is ensured.


As hubs for both freight and passenger transport, ports are crucial to a country’s economy. And, as critical border-control points, they help to preserve regional, national and international security. Which means automatic access control is vital to guarantee safety and security, will also enabling the efficient flow of people and vehicles that are authorized to enter.


The mining industry is faced with safeguarding employees in harsh, dangerous environments that often involve heavy machinery, complex logistics and sites in remote locations. It’s vital that only authorized vehicles and drivers can enter a site and the appropriate areas within it. But, as profitability must be maintained, this must be done cost effectively and without affecting productivity.

Gated communities

Gated communities can range from compounds of rented apartments to supported housing developments for elderly people and entire neighborhoods of high-value mansions. But all have one thing in common – the complexity of allowing convenient access for residents, visitors and services, while maintaining security.

Public services

Locations such as government offices, police stations, schools and universities share a common challenge. They need high levels of security, but also need to provide easy, welcoming access to authorised people and their vehicles – who often arrive and leave in large volumes at peak times.


As the growth of ecommerce fuels the logistics industry, depots and other facilities in the delivery chain are becoming ever busier. And sites are attracting increasingly more vehicles from a wide range of companies. Which makes managing traffic flow and ensuring security and safety even more complex.

Business premises

To ensure safety and security for an office building and those using it, protection needs to begin at the perimeter gate or car park entrance. And, as people tend to come and go at similar times, traffic management is important to prevent frustrating bottlenecks at exits and entrances.

Industrial sites

Whether an industrial site involves the supply of utilities, or its focus is on manufacturing, there’s usually a range of potential dangers for visitors and employees. Many industrial sites also require high levels of security because of threats such as terrorism, theft or explosion. So effective protection needs to begin at the entrance gate, alongside efficient traffic management.