Turnix is a multimedia eliminacode that supports a large number of services, and can integrate the visualization of the queues with:
Video (.avi, .mpeg, etc).
Turnix was also designed to be inserted in small structures, because:
It is a low-cost system.
It requires no wiring because it can be totally wireless.
It can be automatically updated via a remote connection.
The basic element of the queue management system is the Turnix controller, which can be installed directly behind a media monitor, LCD TV (VGA or HDMI).
The advancement of the tail is via radio frequency remote controls equipped with a two-digit display that allows the operator to immediately know the number of the turn to be served and how many people there are in the queue. In the case of plants in very large environments, you can use the gateway to increase the signal range, or of virtual remotes can be used from any PC browser or smartphone.
To expand, within the same facility, the number of viewers is available a multicast system on other LCD monitor , or on the classic LED viewers.
The ticket is issued to the service is managed by the console mini T-Ticket , with touch-screen display 11 "or 8", directly configurable by the service provider, which communicates with the Turnix through a WiFi or wired connection.
In addition, with Turnix you can provide its customers with the opportunity to withdraw online tickets for its services through T-Mobile Ticket available for Android ™ and compatible with all the latest browsers.
Turnix has a voice call to the advancement of the turn and call these messages are generated automatically from the text, thanks to a conversion program text-to-speach that comes with the unit. Editing posts in a post-installation step can be done in a few simple steps, in fact just create new audio files, copy them to a USB stick and the subsequent re-start Turnix automatically update call messages.
Each system comes Turnix of the queue control software T-monitor , which allows you to view real-time status of the waiting room and generate statistics about the average waiting time for each service area.
Some application examples are:
- Ministries and government agencies;
- Banks and post offices;
- Tax Advice Centres;
- Embassies and consulates;
- Supermarkets and shopping centers;
- Hospitals, pharmacies, doctors' offices and clinics.