Front cam activated at scan point for contactless access control Vivendi-owned See Tickets has developed contactless access control technology to provide event organizers with a way to manage entry now that restrictions are slowly lifting but distancing orders remain in place. The tool uses a standalone scanning point that requires no contact from staff or customers and triggers instant and clear results. Event staff can view these results from a safe distance. A rep for the company, based in Nottingham, England, explained the system to VenuesNow: ‚ÄúPreviously the app used the rear camera only, whereas event organizers can now use the front facing camera with barcodes positioned in a way that both the customer and staff can see results clearly. We have made the scan results easier to read from a distance, so supervisors can clearly see any failed scans. See Tickets North American CEO Boris Patronoff talks NIVA support,… Continue Reading See Tickets Upgrades Entry Process

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