Barcode Automation vehicle identification is a valuable investment with the amount of cars entering and exiting on a daily basis it helps cut down time on having our security gate check in every single car for entry.
It is indeed periodically exposed to extremely harsh conditions from torrential rain and 90 degrees in the summer to snow, ice and -20 in the winter. In the nearly 12 years I’ve lived here it has never failed to accurately read the barcode stickers…
I’m a huge fan of Barcode Automation readers. They are very easy to install and work right from the start. We’re able to wire them up into existing systems and be up and running quickly. Every community that we currently have them installed at is working perfectly.
Knights Circle – UCF Affiliated Housing Knights Circle – formerly Pegasus Landing, is a University of Central Florida (UCF) affiliated housing for students. It sits on 80 acres at 12440 Golden Knight Circle and is just across the street from UCF. At any given moment – as fluid as student populations tend to be, this […]
State of New York (SUNY) Maritime College, in Bronx, N.Y. A barcode reader helps guards secure the SUNY Maritime entrance. The 55-acre, waterfront campus has a spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline and the Long Island Sound, which extends to the Atlantic Ocean. Originally it was the site of Fort Schuyler, a massive stone-faced defense […]
VillageWalk at Lake Nona using BAi Barcode Readers for reliable resident access VillageWalk at Lake Nona, is a gated neighborhood within the planned community of Lake Nona. Homes in VillageWalk are built around a centrally located town center and all are connected by a series of walking trails and foot bridges. It’s as the name […]
Auburn Lake Trails in Northern California recommends using BAi Barcode Readers and Decal. Auburn Lake Trails has been using Barcode Automation Readers and Decals for 13 years. They are a Property Owners Association with 1104 properties, there are three entrances and all have BAi Readers that are managed from Gate 1. Interview with Mike Mendez, […]
Interview with Marla Miller, GM of Niguel Shores. Niguel Shores has a rich history dating back to 1970 when the first subdivision and homes were built. Originally part of Laguna Niguel until 1989 when the entire Monarch Beach area voted to join Dana Point. In 2004 Barcode Automation was selected to provide automatic vehicle identification […]