So what is RFID, exactly? I could tell you that “RFID” stands for “Radio-Frequency Identification”, but that doesn’t clear things up much. Basically, RFID is the technology that makes your touch-and-go credit cards work. RFID sends out a little data signal that can be read at a short distance by RFID readers. Do you have a public transportation card that you touch to a turnstile to gain access to a bus or subway? There’s probably an RFID chip in that card. Does your apartment complex have a card lock gate? RFID.
Tyler from ShowThemes is not only a great looking events theme for WordPress, but it also has all the features you will need to successfully promote and manage your event online.
The design and appearance of this WordPress events theme includes many of the latest and greatest design trends and modern website features, which all helps to make Tyler such a good choice for anyone who wants to promote a cutting edge, innovative, or technology-focused event.
Plenty of websites benefit from having a calendar. If you’re advertising events, co-ordinating a team’s activities, or providing community information, embedding a calendar into your site will help users get the information they need quickly and easily.
Minimalism, readability and good user-experience – these are the qualities of a website that many designer aims for when developing a website for a church or religious group. For many years, church websites have issues keeping up with the latest website trends. Some churches don’t really pay so much attention to the value of website in reaching out to people and its ability to create a virtually community for their followers.
SHANGHAI, Aug. 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The 12th China International Self-service, Kiosk and Vending Show (CVS) is the largest international event for the vending and OCS/office coffee service industries in China. The show has been hosted for more than 10 years already, and is devoted to building relationships, growing businesses and advancing industrial innovations for all practitioners.
Professional event planners have a unique position of power that they have never before had. Today, as businesses value innovation more and more, and as event attendees value experiences over things, organizers have the ability to both drive innovation for companies, while delighting event attendees hungry for new and exciting event experiences.
While ticketZone offers many great features and tools to help your events stand out and increase ticket sales, our radio-frequency ID (RFID) capabilities absolutely should not be overlooked. This cutting edge technology, newly emerging in the ticketing industry, allows you to both sell wristbands embedded with an RFID chip for your events, as well as scan them in at the door.
Once again Apple has triggered an event-industry innovation streak. Its iBeacon—a small piece of hardware that transmits signals to a smart device—has sparked the imagination of leading mobile app developers, several of whom have announced beacon-enabled features for their existing event apps.
A geofence is a virtual perimeter around a geographic area, such as a hotel, a conference center, an exhibition or any another arbitrary boundary. When a mobile device using a geofence service enters or exits a geofence, the device receives a notification which often is in the form of an alert or a mobile coupon. A geofence notice may be sent to another mobile phone or email account as well. Although a relatively new concept, geofencing is beginning to be used for marketing, security, and anti-theft purposes.
With the proliferation of digital signage and tablet devices over the past 5 years today’s Tradeshow and Marketing Manager face the daunting challenge of finding an integrated solution that achieves their marketing needs, while managing continual and sharp decreases in event budget allocations.