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Access' technical sales staff are supported by strong design engineering team who have been developing data capture technologies since 1985.


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Cammax Kiosks

Cammax Limited manufacture a range of indoor, outdoor and desktop kiosks for a range of applications including bill payment, cash loaders, parcel collection, excursion booking, self check-in and ticketing. Customers present barcodes and QR codes on paper, mobile phone, tablet and even smart watch and that’s where Access-IS' class leading readers come in.
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The Brussels Card

In operation for over a decade, the City Pass of Brussels had been a great success. However, times have moved on and the public are now inseparable from their mobile devices. Now accustomed to boarding a plane or buying a cappuccino with their phone; a paper ticket no longer fitted the bill for Brussels.
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Stuttgart Airport

When Stuttgart refurbished a terminal, they had the opportunity to trial equipment in their new, bright environment and aim for the most efficient passenger handling possible. Access IS were involved with the trials, including their face-up reading boarding gate readers.
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Fortress GB

Fortress GB specialises in providing secure, efficient IT systems for customer transactions at sports and entertainment venues and in education, retail and aviation markets. When they wanted a fast and secure way to move the public into venues they looked to bar coded solutions and to Access for their reader technology.
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Airlines have never operated in a more competitive market place. Customer satisfaction, aimed at ensuring repeat business, is high on everyone's agenda. Attacking the problem of interminable queues is therefore a high priority. Home printing of boarding passes is now well established and has done much to ease the problem of queues at check-in. But bmi wanted to push the boundaries even further to ensure that they, and their customers, could make the best possible use of advanced ticketing technologies in order to keep airport delays to a minimum.
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ICTS Europe Systems is a leading provider of security systems to the aviation industry including advanced APIS (Advance Passenger Information Systems).  As the demand emerged for more portable solutions to enable security checks to be carried out while passengers are queuing for check-in or baggage drops ICTS began to work with the Access team.
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