Radio-identification is a method for memorizing and retrieving data remotely using markers or electronic chips.
Each chip has a unique identification number. Once connected to one or more specific item (s), an "RFID" chip allows a multitude of applications.
At Dator, these electronic chips are inserted into bracelets, cards, key rings, buttons or any other accessory for short or long range reading of a decoder integrated into the access equipment.
SiS Access control: RFID technology allows the management of admissions, inputs and outputs, as well as access to various services and spaces, in combination with automatic barriers or locks (locker or door), portals or electronic turnstiles.
SiS Fidelity: management of points, tokens or discount cards.
Biometrics is the measurement of unique physical characteristics, such as fingerprints and facial features, in order to verify identities with great certainty. Verification using biometric data greatly reduces the risk that someone will pass or be taken for another.
Dator uses this technology especially for the optimization of the use of two SiS modules :
SiS Access Control: mainly used for employee control.
SiS Ticketing: can be used for the control of users (pass season, subscription to sports centers, recreational, etc.)
A barcode is the representation of a numerical or alphanumeric data in the form of a symbol consisting of bars and spaces whose thickness varies according to the symbology used and the data thus encoded. Barcode printing is usually done by thermal transfer or laser printing.
Dator uses this basic technology in three SiS modules :
SiS Store : sales management and rental of various items (clothing, equipment, etc.)
SiS Ticketing: sale or pre-sale of tickets (for cinema, shows, exhibitions, etc.)
SiS Fidelity: management of payments by coincards.