Sistemi di controllo degli accessi per destinazioni montane e aree sciistiche

Accesso pedonale e soluzioni di ticketing

Nell'ambito della gestione degli accessi per destinazioni montane, SKIDATA vanta un'esperienza pluriennale ed ha un ruolo di leader. È stata la prima azienda ad offrire biglietti stampati elettronicamente e registratori di cassa per aree sciistiche. Oggi SKIDATA è il fornitore numero uno a livello mondiale di sistemi di accesso e ticketing per destinazioni alpine.

Con SKIDATA mettete in moto la vostra destinazione montana. Collegate tranquilli processi operativi con il massimo profitto. E i vostri clienti? Saranno lieti di accedere rapidamente e comodamente all'area sciistica.

La soluzione SKIDATA

Gestione degli accessi per destinazioni montane

  • Soluzioni online accattivanti e mirate
  • Lettori innovativi per una maggiore comodità e rapidità di accesso
  • Maggiore sicurezza e protezione da abusi
  • Soluzione ottimizzata per il settore cassa con interfaccia facile da usare
  • Completa trasparenza dei vostri processi operativi mediante Freemotion.Logic
  • Gestione sicura e centrale dei vostri dati con SKIDATA Hosting Service
  • Prenotazione anticipata flessibile di biglietti e servizi con Internet e smartphone
  • Vendita dei biglietti customer friendly ai punti di prevendita (es. reception dell'hotel) mediante OPOS.Cash
  • Alleggerimento delle casse: i vostri clienti possono acquistare i biglietti presso le nuove casse automatiche
  • Destination Management garantisce la completa commercializzazione della destinazione montana
  • Soluzione SKIDAT combinata per l'accesso pedonale e lo sfruttamento ottimale delle aree di parcheggio

Con la gestione degli accessi SKIDATA fate il primo passo nella direzione giusta!

In breve

Qui potete scaricare tutte le informazioni utili in breve sulla gestione degli accessi di SKIDATA e sui sistemi di accesso per destinazioni montane.

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Installations

SKIDATA is the world-wide Number One provider of access solutions for alpine sport destinations. The reference list includes skiing facilities in Europe, Asia and the USA.

Georgian Multipass (Georgia)

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  • One ski pass combining various Georgian ski resorts into one Ski Pool
  • Combination of Freemotion.Gates and 370i gates
  • Project management handled entirely by SKIDATA

El Colorado (Chile)

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  • Web shop for topping up ski passes via the Internet
  • Electronic online entry permit
  • Online payment by credit card, ATM card and CMR card

Geilo (Norway)

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  • SKIDATA customer since 1982
  • The success story of a close cooperation
  • Many SKIDATA system generations

Perisher (Australia)

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  • Allows full-mountain and train access
  • Provides ability to offer innovative multi-day products
  • Implemented RFID to also help keep that competitive edge with other AU resort competitors
  • Reduces fraud with the integration between the POS system and access control mechanism

Aspen (USA)

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  • Improves guest management and profitability through the support of multiple channels and improved security protection;reduces fraud
  • Provides cashless payment as RFID ticket and pass media are tied to a single customer record and can be used by guests throughout the resort for payments

Gudauri (Georgia)

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  • The project is managed entirely by the company SKIDATA
  • The use of contactless RFID cards only, featuring the customer's design
  • SDRDM reports and statistics for the resort's managing company

Aramón (Spain)

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  • Spain's largest ski resort with a total of 270 km of pistes
  • One card to be used in all five ski resorts (Formigal, Cerler, Panticosa, Valdelinares, Javalambre)
  • SKIDATA keycards integrated with hotel door lockers
  • Cashless Payment in all restaurants with the SKIDATA keycard and 100 keydetectors

Konjiam Resort (Korea)

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  • SKIDATA Freemotion.Gates "Full" & Handheld.Gates
  • Recognition of member card and season card holders via fingerprint
  • One single card system for the whole resort powered by SKIDATA DTA
  • Pay-Later functionality allows customers to pay for their hotel room, skiing, restaurant bills etc. "later" with their resort membership card when checking out.

SISKI Aostatal (Italy)

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  • Ski association of 24 ski regions
  • Aosta Valley Ski Pass - one ticket for all ski regions
  • 405 Access Gates
  • Accurate pool accounting
  • Communication via UMTS/GPRS per invitation to tender

Kitzbühel (Austria)

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  • Destination Management by SKIDATA
  • Pay-per-use with the "Kitz Ski & More" member card
  • Online payment means no standing in line to pay
  • Collect points with the "Kitz Ski & More" card

Niseko United (Japan)

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  • 61 access points
  • Adaptation to Japanese regional conditions
  • Pool accounts settlement
  • Customer-specific reports


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Ski amadé (Austria)

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  • Approx. 650 access points
  • Ticket pre-sales at more than 70 locations
  • Complete networking of all points of sale and lift stations in the entire association
  • Exact pool accounts settlement
  • Complete data support and maintenance by SKIDATA

Obertauern (Austria)

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  • 106 access points
  • Complete networking of all units in the ski area
  • Exact settlement among the eleven pool organizations
  • Ticket pre-sales using SKIDATA OPOS.Cash solution in the hotels
  • WLAN connection in an Obertauern sub-region provides essential advantages

Gornaya Karusel (Russia)

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  • First Freemotion installation in Russia
  • Adaptation to Russian regional requirements
  • Integration of the fiscal receipt printer into the SKIDATA system
  • Support of RFID data media: swatch Snowpass and s-key

Superschnee (Austria & Germany)

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  • 405 entry points
  • Combines the ski regions of Kleinwalsertal, Tirol and Allgäu
  • Complete back office overview
  • Comprehensive reporting for marketing campaigns
  • Multi-application guest card

Bettmeralp (Switzerland)

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  • 38 entry points
  • Exact pool settlement among the individual ski areas
  • SKIDATA access terminals guarantee smooth and rapid entry
  • Various rate structures