CourtSight exhibits at 2013 e-Courts conference
Posted by Gary Prusky on December 7, 2012 - 3:25 PM
The CourtSight team is excited to travel to Las Vegas, Nevada to exhibit in the 2012 e-Courts conference held by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). The annual conference educates court management and court technology teams on the newest cutting-edge court technology. The conference is being held at the Red Rock Resort and Casino December 10-12, with the exhibition show on Tuesday, December 11th. Come join us at booth #406 to learn about our solutions and to enter for a chance to win a Kindle Fire HD. We look forward to seeing everyone in Las Vegas!
Season of giving: Infax employees to support Clark Howard's Christmas Kids
Posted by CJ Sutherland on November 27, 2012 - 4:31 PM
This year, Infax has chosen to support Atlanta-based radio and television personality Clark Howard's Christmas Kids campaign. Under the direction of the Georgia Department of Family and Children's Services, the Christmas Kids campaign provides gifts for children in foster care across Georgia. Last year, the Christmas Kids campaign collected gifts for over 4,500 state foster children.
Infax employees will be contributing to the campaign, and the company will in turn match 100% of all employee donations.
To learn more about this program, we encourage you to visit the Clark Howard Christmas Kids web site.
Introducing Trax, a passive tracking system that calculates airport queue wait times
Posted by CJ Sutherland on November 19, 2012 - 11:31 AM
Infax, Inc., an innovator of airport operation technologies for over 40 years, announced the release of their latest product offering Trax. The Trax system combines Bluetooth detection hardware, software algorithms and display technologies to give airports the ability to see current wait times at security checkpoints.
The Trax pilot project had been in development for over six months in conjunction with the Houston Airport System. Trax is now active, calculating wait time data for eleven security checkpoints in two airports, George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) and William P. Hobby International Airport (HOU).
“We exist to connect people, businesses, cultures and economies of the world to Houston and this new tool is our gift to the traveling public this holiday season,” said Mario C. Diaz, Houston Airport System Director of Aviation.
“We are using technology to enhance the customer experience,” said Lisa Kent, Houston Airport System Chief Information Officer.
The Trax system uses hardware devices that detect passengers’ Bluetooth devices. The devices, installed at security entrances and exit points, track each individual device and calculate the time it takes for each passenger to be processed. An average wait time can then be extrapolated through the Trax software using the tracking data from hundreds of devices. No personal data is collected or stored.
Trax also includes a dashboard app that allows airport personnel to view the wait times at various checkpoints in real time and make staffing adjustments accordingly. Trax can also publish data anywhere, which has enabled the Houston Airport System to publish its security wait times on their web sites. Historical data can be stored and analyzed to help plan for future staffing needs and identifying peak times.
For more information about Trax or any other Infax products, contact the Infax Sales team at Sales@Infax.com or call 770-209-9925.
*Quotations extracted from Houston Airport System press release Houston Airport System Embraces Technology to Share Wait Times for Security Checkpoints on Fly2Houston.com, November 16, 2012
CourtSight in Canada
Posted by Maddie Alexander on October 24, 2012 - 12:23 PM
CFCT2012 is hosted by the Association of Canadian Court Administrators in Montreal, October 24 & 25.
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American institute of Architects
Posted by Maddie Alexander on October 13, 2012 - 11:32 AM
The CourtSight team was happy to meet all of the Architects that came by our booth for the Architecture for Justice and Renewal conference in Toronto, Ontario, CA this week.
Architects were part of a wide array of sessions with widely known keynote speakers. Topics covered courthouse design, technology and the transformation of tomorrow's courthouse as well as model planning for future courts.
CourtSight Suite can help improve the way finding direction of courthouses at any stage in the building or design process by using electronic signage and our signature software application modules.