WHAT IS RFID?
Radio-Frequency IDentification. Basically, an RFID transceiver sends a request for a tag to respond. If a tag is near, it’ll hit a tiny antenna and respond with an ID number. At that point that transceiver can ask for more info and re-write what’s on the tag . This data can be used for asset tracking, access control, payment, and more.
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GENERATING REVENUE WITH RFID
RFID introduces more ways to save money and to generate revenue. A more secure ticket means less fraudulent tickets and less resources spent detecting them. Resources for access entry can be reappropriated to other areas that were previously lacking. Marketing campaigns can see a higher success rate because campaigns can be specifically tailored to guests’ preferences based on data collected. Possibly most importantly, guests will be excited to come back again because their experience was improved by this new, exciting technology, and they will be more likely to tell their friends and family about it too.