The 2010 Asian Games, a multi-sport event celebrated in Guangzhou, received a total of 9,704 overseas athletes from 45 National Olympic Committees (NOCs). 258,000 AD cards were issued and 2 million tickets were sold, making it the largest event in the history of the Games. Controls have been tightened on road, water, air and railway traffic. Some 56 public security inspection stations have been set up around the province and 76 throughout the host city and co-host cities. Additionally, 26 water traffic control stations and 24 railway check stations have been established. On this occasion, the Committee chose Chainway PDAs to verify identity and credentials of entry-exit personnel in those inspection stations, aiming to maintain order at competition venues.
With extensive functions and superb performance, Chainway C5000 are preferred by the committee. The security staff uses Chainway PDAs to scan credentials and read identity information of entry-exit personnel. By connecting to the backend database via wireless network, real-time inquiry and verification can be realized. The patrol police can carry the portable computer anywhere and anytime in the whole process. The police headquarter or command center can log in the backend system to monitor inspections.
The intelligent recognition rather than manual check greatly shortened time of border exit and entry.
The intelligent system put an end to forged documents and identity fraud.
The real-time supervision strengthened the management of inspection work.
Security check was achieved with high accuracy and efficiency, ensuring a successful Asian Games.
Function: Barcode scanning, RFID, Wi-Fi, GPRS