cashless payment system – running across the entire site, bike-lovers attending the Open Road Festival in Hungary will be getting their motors running and getting out on the highway, faster than ever before as the 14th edition of the festival kick starts today and runs to 9 June.Intellipay is the first cashless payment system of its type, allowing both access control and social media RFID technology to be fully integrated. Features include automatic top-ups; family accounts; real-time reports and reconciliation; automatic refunds; the ability to transfer credit between accounts; integrated Smart phone apps; and the ability to use multiple languages and currencies simultaneously.Ticket buyers can load-up their wristbands using either cash or credit cards at various Top Up booths that are conveniently located throughout the site, which then allows them to access all public areas and make purchases. By registering their wristband for a chance to win a Harley Davidson, they can connect to Facebook, check in, update their status online and upload photos, all with one touch.At the end of the festival, any unused credit remaining on the RFID wristband can either be refunded or donated to the Bátor Tábor Foundation, a charity that coordinates adventure therapy camps.RFID cashless payment systems increase consumer spend by up to 30% due to exceptional ease of use and rapid transaction times, cutting queues and of course, the need to carry cash and cards about their person.Watch the video for cashless payments at Open Road Festival.[embedyt][/embedyt]]]>

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