Nedap and Tuxen & Associates will offer a free webinar on touchless access technology on June 25th at 11:00 am CT. The webinar will focus on the latest advancements to Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) and its applications to the parking and security industries. OSDP is a long-range RFID reading technology that dramatically improves security and vehicle access performance.
WaveLynx Ethos multi-tech contactless access readers feature a modern aesthetic and state-of-the-art feature set. All Ethos readers are capable of reading legacy Proximity credentials, MIFARE DESFire® smart card credentials, LEAF enabled smart card credentials and mobile credentials. Ethos readers simultaneously work with old and new credentials. WaveLynx Ethos Readers are integrated with the Tyco Software House C•CURE 9000 security and event management system.
Lenel introduces its OnGuard® 7.4 security-management platform, which can be deployed in the cloud and accessed through a web browser on a mobile device or computer. OnGuard version 7.4 combines ease of use, mobility and simple upgrades. When deployed under an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model, this latest version can reduce or eliminate the need for onsite OnGuard server hardware along with the need for multiple software installations and updates.
Farpointe Data announced that access control system manufacturers, integrators and dealers will be able to provide their customers with a mobile, smart phone application and hardware that provides free download, user’s choice of smart phone or smart card, and distribution via existing or independent access control software. Multiple Conekt credentials can fit into a single smart phone wallet app. Installer adjustable read ranges can be more than 15 feet (4.5 m).
Bosch expands its LECTUS secure card readers to support new functionalities and highest level encryption. Bosch has extended the flexibility and security of its LECTUS secure Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP)* series with a new card reader and added functionality. Taken together, these expansions enable both economical adoption of the series and continuous encryption from controller to card.
The Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) is a communication standard adopted by the Security Industry Association (SIA) that lets security equipment, such as card and biometric readers from one company interface easily with control panels and equipment from another manufacturer. In other words, OSDP fosters interoperability among security devices. It also adds sophistication and security benefits through features such as bi-directional communication and read/write capabilities.
Tyco Security Products is offering HID Mobile Access iCLASS SE and multiCLASS SE Mobile-Enabled Readers with optional Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) for use with Software House C•CURE 9000 v.2.50 event management platform. This integration ensures that customers have access to the newest breed of access control readers available in the market today, enabling users the ability to use a secure smartphone credential.