April 20, 2017
Updated turnstile firmware to version 3.0 for new and faster hardware. Also released version 1.4 of the Local Ticket Server.
January 5, 2017
Released version 1.3 of the Local Ticket Server.
April 12, 2016
Updated turnstile firmware for allowing faster walk through.
November 24, 2015
Turnstile/server system now supports linking a barcode to a patron name and a photo. When the barcode is scanned the name and photo is shown on the turnstile display.
July 14, 2015
Turnstile/server system now supports human counter mode: counting people walking through unlocked turnstiles without scanning barcode
June 24, 2015
Major update of the Android app
. Also, you can now use flash light or front-side camera when using internal barcode scanner.
September 24, 2014
The turnstile now supports wireless connection to the server. If at the same time a battery is used to power the entire turnstile you now have a completely mobile turnstile.
June 27, 2014
Bi-directional scanning is now fully implemented and tested.
June 19, 2014
Version 1.2 of the Turnstile Ticket Scanner released.
Ideas for how to improve scanning speed even more led to further development of the core system.
The result was very successful, and scanning speed is now at least 3 times faster than it was at the F1 event -
less than half a second from barcode is scanned until turnstile is open.
Also start-up time of the Turnstile Ticket Scanner has been significantly reduced.
June 6-8, 2014
The updated system was successfully used at the Superbike World Championship at Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia this weekend.
May 23, 2014
Version 1.1 of the Turnstile Ticket Scanner released, and version 1.2 of the Local Ticket Server released.
Based on experiences from the F1 event in March the system was further developed and improved, including
600 milliseconds faster scanning and better overview over the operation of the turnstiles. Also, all software on both
server and turnstiles is now updateable and can be customized to match customer needs.
March 30, 2014
After many months of development and testing the turnstile system is utilized in its full setup
at the Formula 1 race at Sepang International Circuit, Malaysia. We were very curious about
performance at an event of this size using both entry, exit and re-entry scanning - but even at peak times the
system had no performance issues at all. Throughout the event we made notes of where we could
improve the system, particularly in configuring, monitoring, and maintenance.