Campus & Hospital

The application of turnstiles on campus is divided into two categories, one is primary, secondary schools and universities, and the other is kindergarten. Primary, secondary schools and universities are relatively simple to use, mainly swing gates, flap barrier gates and a small number of tripod turnstiles. The mainly way of access control system is to swipe the campus access card and face recognition. Kindergartens are mainly used swing gates, but the corresponding turnstiles have the following characteristics: 1. The height of children is usually less than 1.2 meters, so it is necessary to customize children's turnstiles with a height of less than 1 meter for them. And the age of children in kindergartens is generally 3-6 years old, it is difficult for them to fully realize that they can quickly enter the kindergarten through the swing gate only. Turboo Universe has developed variety of cute cartoon images shapes for the turnstile so that it’s easier for the children to accept the turnstile swing gates. 2. Kindergarten children are not very aware of self-protection, so their behaviors of the kindergarten need guardians (parents or teachers) to supervise. This requires some management software to assist. Turboo Universe cooperate with China Top 3 major operators (China Mobile, China Unicom, and Telecom) to achieve that when children enter and leave the kindergarten, the parents will receive a message timely and accordingly. When an abnormal situation occurs, our parents can also respond in time, which fully ensures the safety of children.

With the increasing impact of the COVID-19, the use of pedestrian gates in medical institutions such as hospitals, medical examination centers and makeshift hospitals has become more and more common. Usually, users will choose face recognition with human body temperature measurement + mask recognition function. The devices can be used in conjunction with the turnstile gates, which can accurately manage the entrance & exit traffic control and data retention, reducing the risk of infection for more people effectively.