The Point-to-Point System is a project of the Government of the State of São Paulo, under the responsibility of ARTESP (State Transport Regulatory Agency) to collect electronic tolls, for a period covered, in force since 2012. The vehicle must have in its windshield, an RFID tag (Vehicle Identification Transponder) at the frequency 915 Mhz of one of the authorized collection operators and is identified when passing through the porticos installed in the highways, properly equipped with RFID readers and ARTEFATO protocol. Through the partnership signed between the State Government and the Federal Government for interoperability of highways, the IAV DENATRAN G0 protocol (SINIAV) is also required. The system improves motorway operating conditions, avoids congestion, reduces fuel consumption and emission of polluting gases into the atmosphere, saves time and money, increases traffic efficiency and increases road safety.
There are 6,400 kilometers of roads granted by the state of São Paulo, with 395 stations, of which 280 with 12,837 parking spaces for truck drivers, 6 resting yards administered by the concessionaires, with emergency assistance (drilling, electric car and oil change ditch) . The supply systems of some stations, parking lots and other services are already integrated with the toll system. Companies benefit by automatically managing their fleet, controlling expenses, avoiding diversion and adulteration of information, generating comfort and security. The same happens with other gas stations in urban centers, parking lots of malls and airports. Point-to-Point Systems, Siniav and the Brazil ID Project share the same installed RFID infrastructure.