A turnstile with QR Code Reader is an access control system that uses QR (Quick Response) codes as a means of verifying a person’s identity and allowing or denying access to a specific area. The basic operation of a QR code turnstile is as follows:
Registration: A person registers with the access control system and receives a unique QR code that is linked to their identity and access permissions.
Approach: The person approaches the turnstile and presents their QR code on their mobile device or printed on paper to a scanner.
Verification: The access control system scans the QR code and verifies its validity. If the QR code is valid and the person is authorized to enter, the turnstile unlocks and allows them to pass.
Entry/Exit: The person moves through the rotating barrier or gate, and the turnstile rotates to allow them to pass.
Re-locking: After the person passes through the turnstile, it will rotate back to its original position and lock to prevent unauthorized access.
Turnstiles with QR Code Reader are popular because they offer a convenient and secure method of access control. QR codes are easy to generate and distribute, and they can be used on a variety of devices, including smartphones and tablets. They also provide an additional layer of security by allowing access permissions to be linked to a specific QR code and identity.
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Edited on May 8, 2023