On July 1, the Georgia World Congress Center will be the first convention center to roll out the Worker Identification System, a technology that enables facility management to identify exhibition workers electronically and to ensure that the right people are allowed in the building. The initiative, developed by the Exhibition Services and Contractors Association, is long overdue, said Mark Zimmerman, general manager at the GWCC. “I’ve been in the business for 21 years, and even 21 years ...

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