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RFID Brought Security to G20 Summit in Turkey
At last year's conference site, an EPC UHF RFID system confirmed the identity of each of the 60,000 attendees.
Each of the 60,000 participants (with the exception of each country's president or leader) carried an RFID identification card with his or her own name and picture printed on the front. The EPC UHF RFID chip embedded in the PVC-covered badge was encoded with a unique ID number linked to that individual's name and picture in DDesign's software, residing on a dedicated onsite server. DDesign mounted an LCD digital screen above each portal, facing security staff members who stood inside the facility to greet arriving guests.
As each attendee walked through the portal, the reader captured the ID number of that person's card, prompting his or her name and picture to be displayed on the LCD screen. Security personnel viewed that image and visually compared it with the individual walking through the portal to confirm that person's identity.
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