Creative People team visit at Dion Archeological ParkApril 22, 2021
Our first Xenios joint scientific paper is published on MDPIMay 13, 2021
Within the Xenios Research project we faced the issue of counting visitors’ entry and exit as there is no ticketing system infrastructure, while we needed to know how many visitors are in the site at any given time and especially during an emergency.
Stick a barcode on the back of the ticket, scan the ticket, add, or remove “one” depending on whether you are on the entrance or the exit. Data to add or remove are posted on the Xenios platform.
Xenios Barcode Scanner prototype on Breadboard
Xenios Barcode Scanner prototype Encasing Process
Ready to Test
What is this?
A custom portable barcode scanner.
Where is it going to be used?
In archeological sites, such as Dion in Pieria and Samaria in Crete, during the Xenios project implementation, in order to contribute to a valid ticket counting result.
How does it work?
Connected to the internet over a Wi-Fi network connection it posts tickets data to the Xenios platform, to count a valid result regarding the number of people inside an archeological site.
Built with love for the Xenios Project by Creative People.