‘Wave and go’ scanning device that can be located in front of a session room, featuring real-time access control, capacity control, automated session changes, and more.
RFID floor mats or towers that are positioned inside of a doorway to collects scans as attendees walk over them.
Mobile devices that can be equipped with Bluetooth scanners or an RFID dongle to scan attendees with real-time access control, capacity control, automated session changes, and more.
Trussed or mounted panels often located over a large entryway, like an expo-floor entrance, to provide attendance data.
Overhead mounted panels that can be positioned over a theater or open-area in order to collect attendance data of a certain location at your event.
What is the difference between passive vs. active scanning?
Active – Attendee is prompted to scan their badge at a kiosk or with an event staff member managing a handheld device. Active scanning enables access control, capacity control, waitlisting, and other interactive processes often required at session rooms.
Passive – Attendee has their badge scanned without making any effort to do so. This provides an unobtrusive way to collect attendance information.
Marketo Integration with Attendance Scanning Helps Optimize Attendee Engagement & Participation
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