Visitor Mangement Technology Used at ASIS Event
The system made entrance management at the large event easy and organized.
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OffSite Vision Holdings, Inc., specialists in real-time security and safety solutions, played an integral role in the 2016 Texas Night event hosted by the ASIS Region 3 (Texas) at ASIS International Sept. 11 at B.B. King’s Blues Club in Orlando, FL.
As a kick-off to ASIS International, Offsite Vision (OSVH) brought its new EmergenZ People Pass System to the front door at the Texas Night event to help streamline the entry process and authorize attendees efficiently and at a rapid rate of speed – six seconds per guest. To accomplish this, OSVH integrated several technologies from multiple security vendors that include Orion Entrance Control, Inc., Genetec and Blue Line Technology into a unified entry process solution to help prevent unverified individuals from entering the venue.
OSVH brought an authentication system to the door that allowed over 1,800 pre-registered guests & VIP’s entering the venue to experience credential verification that includes ID verification. A special ID bracelet was issued to each guest after their ID was validated or manually entered into the registration system. Once verified, the guest could enter the venue with a bracelet that allows the turnstile to open. If a guest entering the venue was not pre-registered, the ID information was entered and paired with a bracelet and verified. Once verification took place, a bracelet was issued and the registered guest was allowed to enter the venue. In addition, a welcome message was delivered on their mobile phone via MMS or email.
“In addition to preventing unauthorized individuals from entering the venue, the ASIS Region 3 (Texas) can also verify how many people attended, who attended, and how long each person stayed at the event,” says Mark Eklund, President at OSVH.
At the 2016 ASIS International trade show, attendees saw live demos of the OSVH technology in two different booths. At the Orion Entrance Control’s booth, OSVH was showcasing its integration of facial recognition partnering with Blue Line Technology. OSVH’s EmergenZ™ Response demos were featured at Databuoy’s booth.
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