Our custom vinyl wristbands offer a secure access control system for your event, with HD colour and barcoding options for entry management and ticketing.Order now
Our printed and stock lanyards are worn around the neck to display ID cards and security passes, widely used across many well-known sporting events.Order now
Laminate passes help control access to certain areas for staff, crew and VIP guests. We can also provide passes with photos and variable data.Order now
Tyvek or paper wristbands, offer a cheap and simple solution for admission control at events, stadiums and venues. Can be customised with black print or full colour.Order now
Non-transferable, custom RFID wristbands prevent unauthorized access and eradicate the possibility of duplication.
RFID provides convenient purchasing power by reducing transaction time, resource, and the cost associated with cash handling.
Faster payments, shorter lines, and streamlined operations contribute to the satisfaction of your customers
RFID Technology offers cashless payments across your event, reduce queue times and provide more efficient entry control, capture customer data efficiently and improve security. We offer an extensive range of fully customisable RFID wristbands and more.Order now
Like our RFID wristbands, RFID event passes can be used in conjunction with any RFID application. They're ideal for VIP guests and staff who need to be given varying levels of access. All of our passes can be custom printed with a choice of additional security features.Order now
Our RFID parking permit hangers come with a rear-view mirror hook for easy application to a car or other vehicle, made from a sturdy PVC with embedded chip for contactless vehicle identification. RFID car parking passes will help to identify and manage vehicles at your event.Order now
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