Chile Government debuts Imply® Mobile Access and Ticketing System
The Safe Stadium Project deployed by the Chile Government is in action. The game between the teams Huachipato and Rangers de Talca, which occurred on Nov. 29, hosted the premiere of the Mobile Imply® Access and Ticketing System developed by Imply®.
Known worldwide as one of the countries with the highest rate of violence in stadiums, Chile implemented the Imply® Access and Ticketing System in their stadiums to reverse this situation. The system operation will be the responsibility of the company Diebold Latin America.
With the latest technology, the Imply® system features fingerprint readers with biometric identification in 95 electronic turnstiles, and readers that enable the conference of tickets and RUT (Chilean identity). With the modern Imply® software, it is possible to make the conference of fingerprints, of the RUT data and validate the ticket of each fan.
The system structure is itinerant and is composed of 29 mobile containers, being 27 turnstiles access containers, and 2 containers with Control and Management Monitoring Centers. Moreover, each container has servers and power generators themselves, enabling to transport the Imply® technology for any stadium, according to the demand of events.
The debut of the system happened at the CAP Stadium, located in the city of Talcahuano, during the semifinals of the Clausura tournament. In the event were used eight containers with the Imply® System, managing the access of about 10 thousand fans. The result of the debut could not be better. Fans of both teams and thousands of families accessed the stadium with greater agility and watched the game safely, experiencing a great party with peace in football.