PoE Clock Systems – Airport Stress Relievers

Airports are one of those organizations that are stressful for both patrons and employees. With flights being delayed, heightened security measures, the overall fear that many have of flying and a number of other stress-inducing factors; it’s easy to figure out why many individuals do not look forward to the airport segment of their vacation or business trip. There’s also a reason why working in an airport is not for everybody. Making sure that all of the necessary protocols are taken day-in and day-out for all airport operations, dealing with disgruntled customers, among other things point out that life in an airport is certainly no picnic for the employees either. Most of the issues that people in airports experience are due to a lack of organization within the building, more specifically, a lack of time-management. The quality of an airport’s clock system plays a bigger role than many people think. Time-management simply cannot be optimized if there isn’t full synchronization with all of the clocks in a building. Sapling’s PoE Clock System is just the product to ensure that time-management isn’t a problem in airports.

The fact of the matter is that wireless clock systems are beginning to overtake the role as the standard clock system for most organizations. While a wireless system is fully able to synchronize the time in a building with multiple floors or multiple buildings within a certain area, a PoE clock system would be better suited for airports. With the signals going back and forth from the master clocks, repeaters and secondary clocks, interference would be more likely to occur in an airport, which is already sending plenty of signals back and forth for its own purposes. Sapling’s PoE Clock System is among the most technologically advanced Power-over-Ethernet clock systems offered. It works considerably different than a typical clock system. Each secondary clock comes with its own IP address, much like how a server would. The administrator establishes the time by inserting each of the IP addresses into the web interface, configuring the time to be displayed and instantaneous synchronization is followed. The web interface also allows you to keep track of the status of every individual secondary clock in the facility. This program makes sure that all clocks are accounted for at all times, severely lowering the odds of any inaccuracy from occurring.

Sapling’s PoE Clock System does it all. Its unorthodox style of synchronization ensures that all clocks are displaying the most accurate time possible. Though it may be a little more expensive than a typical wired clock system, Sapling’s PoE Clock System offers benefits that can immensely enhance the quality of an airport, which has the ability to alleviate some stress that is frequently experienced by both its patrons and employees. Help Sapling help you; give one of our representatives a call. You’ll be glad you did.

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  1. Kiran Kumar says:


    We are a large System Integration company headquartered in Nairobi, Kenya, with subsidiary operations in Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Ethiopia. We represent IBM, General Electric, Microsoft amongst many major IT principals.

    We would like to participate in a tender for Flight Information Display System released by the Kenya Airports Authority. KAA is one of our accounts and we have excellent relations within.

    There is a requirement of Time Synchronization Solution along with the supply of IP based Analog & Digital Clocks.

    Please advise whether you can provide any solution.

    Look forward for your immediate response.


    I am working on a tender for the supply of Time Synchronization Solution along with the Digital

    • Kari Bestrycki says:

      Hi Kiran,

      Thank you for reaching out to us. We can certainly help you with your synchronized clock system needs. Please contact us directly by sending a message to sales@sapling-inc.com or calling +1 215.322.6063.


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