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Fresno Medical Center Uses RFID Technology to Revamp Parking Access
The updated system improves efficiency without sacrificing safety, according to TagMaster North America, the solution's provider.
Mar 08, 2017—
Fresno-based Community Regional Medical Center is utilizing RFID technology produced by TagMaster North America to help it achieve its goal of developing a safe and reliable parking-access system. According to TagMaster North America, the medical center was unhappy with its existing solution, and so it turned to the company, a specialist in long-range RFID technology, for help.
A previously installed RFID system had performed poorly, making it difficult for faculty, administrators and staff members to reliably gain access to their assigned lots without the need for a manual override of the barrier arms, according to Ali Khaksar, TagMaster North America's president. This caused significant traffic congestion and delayed employees from reporting to their assigned duty positions to care for patients within a reasonable amount of time.
With TagMaster's solution, Khaksar says, drivers no longer need to stop, roll down their windows and enter a code or present a card. The system also eliminates the need for a human gatekeeper, he reports, while at the same time still providing security and greatly improving employee morale, health and well-being.
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