Access control and visitor registration can be combined when using the abilities of ticket reading. Tickets for trade shows, concerts and other events are usually ordered online. The printed conformation of the order is then supplied with a 1D or 2D barcode. Gate-keepers can read these barcodes with a barcode scanner, which controls the ticket's validity. For business events in a public facility the visitor data can be used to monitor the audience.
Case study: 'Leading fashion fair records all booth visitors with OPL9723'
The abilities of barcode reading and real-time Bluetooth communication are ideal technologies for access control and visitor registration. On-board Bluetooth provides real-time connectivity to nearby stations that are linked to central server data. The Opticon datacollectors equipped with Bluetooth collect and update data during the operation and monitor visitor behavior for market research. Visitor data can be made available to the business staff.
Case study: 'Access Control by E-ticketing with PHL7112'
The Opticon devices provide real-time connection, increased efficiency, reduced labor expense and traceable input for visitor management reporting.