One of the most important features in a facility is stadium turnstiles. A turnstile, which is usually full height for general admission and half height for corporate / vip admission, serves many different functions and can be an ideal way to automatically control admission to events in conjunction with a ticketing system. Whatever the case may be, stadium turnstiles are a key factor to be considered in any design or redevelopment of a stadium.
When the big game is coming up or a popular band is playing, a stadium can receive a huge influx of people as fans flock and push others aside to get to their seats. Without proper help, a stadium can get overwhelmed with everyone coming at once and there is a real danger that people can get trampled and hurt. Stadium turnstiles can help keep people from getting to the doorway at once by creating and organizing lines. The benefit of this is that people can enter the stadium safely as they have to wait their turn to enter the stadium.
Attendance figures at a stadium are always vital and turnstiles can provide a completely accurate counting system as each individual has to go through a turnstile to get into the stadium. Some turnstiles have an optional built-in counter while in in some scenarios the ticketing system will count. Turnstiles enable people to go single file to enable accurate counting to be made.
Stadium turnstiles are here to stay. Such turnstile units provide facilities with a wonderful way of identifying how many people entered the facility and can prevent chaos from happening before a concert or sporting event. It can handle fans effectively. Turnstiles enable stadiums to function safely and securely.