Each day, prisoners log on to the system with their inmate bracelet to identify themselves and create their individual day programme, dividing time between work, sport and recreation activities. Once this programme has been validated by DOJ systems, it is automatically transferred to Tranquest's system to authorise the necessary accesses within the prison compound. smart cards to the programme is monitored in realtime with prisoners earning credit for good behaviour. Alarms are generated if prisoners are not present in the zones prescribed by their day programme.
Guards are able to check on the movements of inmates and are instantly alerted to deviations from pre-planned programmes on PDAs integrated into the system's software. They are also equipped with rfid inlay with a panic button, which, in the case of an alarm, alerts the control room to the identity and position of the endangered guard.
The implementation was achieved within budget and the time schedule set by the DOJ. The system will decrease the operational costs of managing detainees and increase prison capacity.
Chris Bishop, CEO of Wavetrend comments, "We are delighted to have supplied the active contactless cardsand readers which power this highly innovative concept. It provides yet another example of the benefits of working closely with our channel partners to tackle challenging problems and provide solutions with substantial commercial benefits."
When Sunglass Hut SA launched their innovative pop-up retail store concept - a 10x3m travelling retail shop, they knew that the launch night party had to be equally innovative and engaging for their select guests. And what better way to allow guests to show off the designer sunglasses on offer, than by posting photos of themselves on Facebook?
For this Liquid Lemon was called upon to make it all happen. Upon arrival, guests were given an RFID CARD
wristband. These wristbands, with the help of the Liquid Lemon staff, were registered to the guests own Facebook profile, thereby allowing the guest to scan their rfid inlay, have their photo taken, which was then and instantly uploaded to their Facebook page. At the same time, the photo was also uploaded to the official Sunglass Hut fan page.
897 photos were taken during the evening, equating to an average of approximately 2.99 photos per guest.
Considering that the typical South African Facebook user has an average of 145 friends, and there were 300 invited guests, the potential online audience was approximately 46 971 who would have been exposed to the Sunglass Hut combo cardsbranded photos - an awesome branding achievement from the evening
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