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To drive aviation and logistics in Thailand 4.0, it is necessary to use a fast, safe and reliable technology. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) has adopted into the transportation system in order to identify and authenticate the passengers, vehicles and goods. However, The RFID in transport application still has some problem about the security of ID data. This article presents a method for increasing security in applying RFID to be used in electronic toll collection system. By design and create a security code called Meta_ID and authentication protocol of the RFID reader and tag. Simulate an electronic toll collection system that uses the Meta_ID code and proposed protocol, compared with the original system that uses the fix security code, in the case of 10,000 100,000 and 1,000,000 user’s tags. The simulation results show that the proposed system has a lower probability of hacking success than the original system in all 3 cases. Therefore, concluded that the proposed system has the security performance better than original system.
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