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Barcoded Key Tags Or RFID For Easy Entry
RFID and Barcoded key tags are two widely used types of systems for gym access control, in common usage with gym management software systems. Gym Insight supports both key technologies, it’s just a matter of which suits your needs best. Each has its uses, advantages and weaknesses. Fortunately there are two clear paths along which to tread and they match up neatly with one or the other of the access types. A small gym that has remote management and unattended 24 hour access has different needs to the one that has open hours with onsite staffing and a strong, established market for group type classes.
All of your hardware and software assets being otherwise equal, barcode key tag access control is inexpensive to implement, although it requires staff on site to operate and supervise. The material cost is mainly the tags that you assign to each of the members for entry and access tracking. Radio Frequency Identification or RFID key tag access can be used in combination with controlled entry systems like turnstiles or self-locking doors. This makes RFID ideal for remote operation and 24 hour access.
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Barcoded Key Tags Or RFID For Easy Entry

RFID and Barcoded key tags are two widely used types of systems for gym access control, in common usage with gym management software systems. Gym Insight supports both key technologies, it’s just a matter of which suits your needs best. Each has its uses, advantages and weaknesses. Fortunately there are two clear paths along which to tread and they match up neatly with one or the other of the access types. A small gym that has remote management and unattended 24 hour access has different needs to the one that has open hours with onsite staffing and a strong, established market for group type classes.

All of your hardware and software assets being otherwise equal, barcode key tag access control is inexpensive to implement, although it requires staff on site to operate and supervise. The material cost is mainly the tags that you assign to each of the members for entry and access tracking. Radio Frequency Identification or RFID key tag access can be used in combination with controlled entry systems like turnstiles or self-locking doors. This makes RFID ideal for remote operation and 24 hour access.

So what are the keys to gym accessibility? Click here to find out.