Entry and exit units:

ARM architecture technology built. Communication with the central management server takes place via a connection to the network with a TCP/IP communications protocol. Each event is monitored in real time and sent to the management server.

Entry unit:

structure in galvanized and painted steel, fan-fold ticket printer proximity reader for subscriber cards, IMAGER reader for 1D and 2D barcodes, 5.7″ TFT display, request ticket key, magnetic sensor for detecting metal objects, barrier control, RGB LED lights, integrated video phone with VoIP technology and “Help” button, fans and heaters for recycling internal air, 5,000 fan fold ticket collector

Exit unit:

structure in galvanized and painted steel, motorized ticket reader, proximity reader for subscriber cards, IMAGER reader for 1D and 2D barcodes, 5.7″ TFT display, magnetic sensor for detecting metal objects, barrier control, RGB LED lights, integrated video phone with VoIP technology and “Help” button, fans and heaters for recycling internal air

Automatic pay station:

Modular automatic pay station in high-resistant painted steel. User interface that allows the management of major forms of payment by currency in the various States, both with coins and banknotes. The automatic pay station can be equipped with coin and banknote change-giver, both self-loading. They also accept payment of all debit/credit cards belonging to the range of international circuits.

Central server and management software:

The management software is located in a central server that manages all the entry and exit devices via a built-in web server and memories all the events in a relational database. Via the web clients, connected by a standard browser, all the query and statistics functions necessary are available. Each user has their own profile via which they can access the various associated functions. The server makes it possible to monitor and manage the entry and exit openings (even remotely)