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RFID Wristbands Get Popular for Easy Access Management
With the rapid development of RFID technology, RFID wristband is playing a more and more important role in efficient and secure access control as well as payment for miscellaneous applications, including events, festivals, amusement parks, hotels as well as bars and clubs.
In terms of event management or access control in festivals, using RFID wristband to manage access at events can deliver a variety of benefits to organizers and ticket-holders. Concretely speaking, adapting RFID technology to a security wristband gives organizations access to a world of possibilities, for example, precisely knowing how many people are in attendance and easily collecting data about individuals like name and contact information.
For wristband users, RFID wristbands help them to spend their time enjoying their venue instead of waiting in line, and at the same time, the contactless payment function of RFID wristband can eliminate transaction friction resulting in higher per capita spending and improve customer experience.
Hospital Ensures Newborns' safety with RFID System
The Connecticut-based Danbury Hospital has implemented an RFID system for its child-related facilities in order to make sure the safety of newborns and reduce the risk of abductions.
The system, provided by Wisconsin-based RF Technologies, has been implemented on three floors of the hospital, including the family birthing and pediatric units.
The Safe Place Infant Security system uses water-proof, lightweight transmitters and the company's Smart Sense technology in a band which attaches around an infant's ankle.
With the RFID band, staff can monitor the infants using automated software. If a band is loose, tampered with or removed, the software will alert the staff. If an infant wearing a transmitter is in range of a monitored exit, the system can lock the doors and send out a potential security threat alert.