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Most of us have been subjected to a prolonged wait to enter a live festival with our paper ticket, or queued for what seems like an age to buy food and drinks at an outdoor festival stall.
New technology based on personalised wristbands is looking to change all that and improve our live experience. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) wristbands, which have emerged at festivals over the last couple of years, contain an embedded microchip which uses short-range radio frequencies to send and receive information to and from another electronic reader or device.
Wristband manufacturer ID&C is now supplying RFID-enabled wristbands to a range of festivals across the US and UK. ID&C director Steve Daly said the technology is being deployed for three main functions: Access control, social media integration and more recently, cashless payments. He claimed RFID Smart Card offers a fast and easy way for visitors to interact with services while at an event, improving their overall experience while streamlining operational efficiencies for organisers.
In the UK, festivals such as Wakestock and a Red Hot Chili Peppers live show at Knebworth House have used the technology to grant access, alongside major US festivals including Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits.