Client Asking For RFID Visitor Tracking Throughout Global HQ?

Good morning,

I had a pretty specific request from one of my clients to help design a relatively clandestine visitor management system that tracks visitors through passive RFID tags that can be affixed to paper badges distributed by security. The style of RFID credentials would be similar to the loss prevention "stickers" that you may see on high priced electronics in a retail environment.

The plan would be to create zones within their HQ facilities and allow for alerts if the visitor deviates from the zones that are pre-cleared to access.

Does anyone have any experience with a similar deployment, or recommend a manufacturer for me to take a closer look at?

Thanks in advance!

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