Online Payment Parking Apps
UPSB has a range of access control solutions to protect your people, premises and environment, giving you full control over your facilities. Ensuring your building is secure and tracking who enters, when, and where they go is paramount in today's society, given the increase security risks from around the globe. Our systems are tailored to individuals and organization needs, your application, then design a system to suit we carry out a full site survey to identify what solution would best fit your needs today and the foreseeable future, allowing for expansion of the systems as you grow.Terms and Conditions User Manual (BM) User Manual (BI) Question & Answer
UPSB has a range of access control solutions to protect your people, premises and environment, giving you full control over your facilities. Ensuring your building is secure and tracking who enters, when, and where they go is paramount in today's society, given the increase security risks from around the globe. Our systems are tailored to individuals and organization needs, your application, then design a system to suit we carry out a full site survey to identify what solution would best fit your needs today and the foreseeable future, allowing for expansion of the systems as you grow.
UPSB are able to provide cost effective Digital Technology Systems from single camera units to multi-site systems linked to organizations own computer networks, controlling cameras around the globe with a simple click of a button, with all the quality and reassurance of Digital Technology. Additionally CCTV can be used as excellent management tool, providing up to-the-minute information from around your premises, with interfacing into other systems, for instance to open and close gates, turn on or off lights, monitor remote stations etc.
Parking Systems & Consultancy
The UPSB system provides revenue and control over your parking facilities, with the with automated payment station designed with functionality and use friendliness in mind. The unit is capable of working independently or as part of a wider networked system. Various standard cards and tickets are accepted through the pay station's single slot making transactions. The system is capable of serving a single or multiple car parks all connected via independent networks. A range of specifically designed barriers are used in the car park system, designed for high traffic, highly reliable and low maintenance, with safety devices incorporated into the barrier.
Pay & Display
The UPSB Pay & Display Machines is a state of the art revenue machine. Available in both Mains Powered or Solar Powered versions, available as a coin only machine or with a number of alternative and additional options for change Issuing, Bank Note Acceptor, Basic Credit/Debit Card Facility, Chip & Pin Credit/Debit Card Facility (requires networked to a Central Management Computer).
Turnstiles are the ideal solution where you need to control access through a specific entrance or exit and can be linked to any access control system or other external operating device, they can be installed internally or externally and are extremely easy to use and operate. Turnstiles that combine elegance with the ultimate in security, complementing and enhancing many corporate environments that need to combine protection with aesthetics.
Parking Guidance Systems
The systems will optimize your parking facility for you to maximize revenues in your parking operation and in total increase your business growth. External Guidance System approach of your parking entrance, display vacant slots in every level/location with variable message signs (VMS). Guide your customers with variable directional signs that display green arrows at directions with vacant slots and red cross signs at directions that are full.
A handheld is a computer that can conveniently be stored in a pocket (of sufficient size) and used while you're holding it. Today's handheld computers, which are also called personal digital assistants (PDAs), can be divided into those that accept handwriting as input and those with small keyboards. Handheld computers are typically used for personal information manager (PIM) types of applications.
Point of Sales ( POS Systems )
An electronic POS system streamlines retail operations by automating the transaction process and tracking important sales data. A basic system includes an electronic cash register and software to coordinate data collected from daily purchases. Retailers can increase functionality by installing a network of data-capture devices, including card readers and barcode scanners. Depending on the software features, retailers can track pricing accuracy, inventory changes, gross revenue and sales patterns. Using integrated technology to track data helps retailers catch discrepancies in pricing or cash flow that could lead to profit loss or interrupt sales.
Thermal Paper Roll
Thermal paper is a special fine paper that is coated with a chemical that changes color when exposed to heat. It is used in thermal printers and particularly in inexpensive or lightweight devices such as adding machines, cash registers, and credit card terminals. Today’s modern world is all about speed. When we want things done we want them done now. This is why most stores using electronic tills use a thermal printer and paper to produce till receipts. This produces a fast and clear receipt which is known to last for many years without fading.
Using barcode technology in stores can help to solve all these problems. It lets you keep a centralized record on a computer system that tracks products, prices, and stock levels. You can change prices as often as you like, without having to put new price tags on all your bottles and boxes. You can instantly see when stock levels of certain items are running low and reorder. Because barcode technology is so accurate, you can be reasonably confident that any items that are missing (and don't appear to have been sold) have probably been stolen and maybe move them to a more secure part of your store or protect them with RFID tags.
RFID (radio frequency identification) is a technology that incorporates the use of electromagnetic or electrostatic coupling in the radio frequency (RF) portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to uniquely identify an object, animal, or person. RFID is coming into increasing use in industry as an alternative to the bar code. The advantage of RFID is that it does not require direct contact or line-of-sight scanning.
A local area network (LAN) is a group of computers and associated devices that share a common communications line or wireless link to a server. Typically, a LAN encompasses computers and peripherals connected to a server within a small geographic area such as an office building or home. Computers and other mobile devices can share resources such as a printer or network storage.
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