The EventsTag team has the event technology to make access control simple. The RFID band has a chip that contains a unique ID. It can be placed in a wristband, card or even an inanimate object of your choice. When the attendee moves around your event, the chip is scanned and the system will know the information associated with it.
This contactless event technology means that guests experience a fluid service. They will be able to move around independently and will see either a green light in areas they have the right to access or a red light in any restricted areas.
This event technology allows you to do lots of other things besides access control. For example, you can give your guests a personal experience by greeting them with their name on screens they encounter, as well as adding relevant data such as scores for games and even cashless payments.
Coors – we were hired by an experiential events company to provide seamless registration, access control and payments for 13,000 thirsty guests. We provided innovative event technology at their pop-up ice bars in London and Manchester.
Contact our team to chat about contactless event technology for your upcoming event - as well as all sorts of experiential marketing trends.
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