The Balancing Act Series has returned for yet another exciting installment. This week’s endeavor will show us how Sapling’s TalkBack clock system can help airport professionals in the transportation industry better balance their daily tasks.
An airport manager has a multitude of daily tasks that can be made easier with a system from Sapling. An airport manager’s daily tasks can include overseeing and supervising staff, overseeing fueling operations, managing business development and much more. Worrying about whether or not the clocks are ticking throughout the airport terminals is something that a manager shouldn’t have to worry about. With the assistance of a wireless clock system with TalkBack Technology, worrying about the clocks is a thing of the past.
A TalkBack System operates almost exactly as a wireless clock system does, but with one major difference. Within a wireless clock system, the clocks usually receive the time from the master clock (and surrounding clocks because of the built-in repeaters) and correct to the accurate time. Within a TalkBack system, the clocks are able to receive time the same way, but are also able to communicate their status back to the master clock.
An airport manager can easily monitor all the clocks in an airport and head off any major issues. For example, the manager can sign on to the master clock’s web interface and pull up a report that can show each TalkBack clock, the signal strength, battery status and the mechanical status of the clocks.
We understand that an airport manager is busy and pulling up a report on a regular basis may not be on the to-do list. With Sapling’s TalkBack System, the clock’s administrator can receive email alerts directly to their inbox when a clock is missing or a status report hasn’t been received, if a hand failure occurs on an analog clock or a display failure occurs on a digital clock, or if a clock battery is low (analog clocks only).
With Sapling’s TalkBack system, we want to give you peace of mind knowing that your clocks are operating with the upmost efficiency.
Thanks to Sapling for the article.