Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. HID Global articles below.
HID Global has introduced the HID FARGO INK1000 inkjet card printer & encoder. Mike Mans, senior product marketing manager, DTC Printers, Secure Issuance at the company, provides a closer look.
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In today’s workplace, be it on location or remote, the identity should define where we can go, what we can do, and what we can log in to. Learn how to unify identity management across both cyber and physical access in one place for maximum efficiency.
With this introduction, HID Global extends access control choices to a broader range of facilities and helps organizations future-proof their systems.
Read about six issues to consider as employees and other people begin returning to your facilities.
Learn four ways HID® Global customers are using HID SAFE™ Visitor Management to minimize infection risks.
These new access control readers are interoperable with more than a dozen physical and mobile credential technologies so organizations can use their technology of choice for facility security.
Facilities issuing ID cards and other secure credentials enjoy flexibility and streamlined security when using HID Global’s HID FARGO Connect platform. The company's senior director of strategic initiatives elaborates on its features and industry trends.
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HID Global announced support for Seos-enabled student IDs in Apple Wallet.
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HID Global has added FIDO2 authentication to its Crescendo smart cards, enabling them to support the FIDO Alliance industry initiative focused on standards-based “password-less” sign-in.
Six turnstile manufacturers have integrated the new Essex Electronics iROX-T turnstile reader with embedded iCLASS SE® technology from HID.
This leader in OEM access control hardware has earned ISO 9001:2015 certification for its Quality Management System.
HID Global's IdenTrust Enterprise Solution has been certified compliant with SAFE-BioPharma Association’s digital identity and signature standards.
GreenCircle Certified, the HID FARGO HDP6600 Card Printer & Encoder offers speed and efficiency. The company's VP of Products, Dominic Tavassoli, elaborates on its features as well as industry trends.
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The HID Condition Monitoring solution helps manufacturing facilities employ AI-based technology to monitor the health and performance of motors, rotating equipment, and other assets.
HID goID has been extended to provide an end-to-end system for deploying and managing a mobile citizen ID program.
HID ActivOne is an end-to-end digital ID management and authentication solution for large organizations, securing the identity of people, critical data, and assets with the flexibility of a subscription.
The HID FARGO HDP6600 High Definition Printer/Encoder halves the time it takes to print the first ID card, while doubling overall throughput as compared to many alternatives.
HID Global's patented Lumidigm multispectral imaging solution is the first fingerprint technology certified to the ISO/IEC 30107-3 Presentation Attack Detection (PAD) standard, which focuses on anti-spoofing and liveness detection to determine whether fingerprint data captured from the sensor is from a real, living person or from a plastic fake or other artificial copy.
Despite the benefits of this security technology, the potential for spoofing and hacking impedes user adoption of biometrics.
The LP intelligent controller platform built on the Linux operating system offers advanced security and performance, plus extensive support for third-party applications and integrations.
RAEL Automatic Sprinkler Company and integrator Automated Decision have deployed HID Trusted Tag Services at one of Manhattan’s most iconic skyscrapers.
Solution instantaneously determines how many people are present in designated mustering points and how many remain in the evacuation area needing to be rescued.
HID Approve now supports Apple’s iPhone X Face ID facial recognition system.
HID Global Seos credential technology is now embedded in NXP’s SmartMX-based secure element devices.
Quantum Secure SAFE Enterprise is an off-the-shelf software that enables organizations to manage all of their identity types—employees, contractors, tenants, and visitors—and their access across physical access systems.
Poised to replace the paradigm of standalone printers tied to a dedicated PC workstation, the cloud-based system can speed up ID management for facilities.
This new location services platform utilizes beacon technology to provide facility executives insight into employees' space utilization activities.
These debut products and services are poised to help facility executives meet their goals in 2017 and beyond.
Advances in technology make facility security more pervasive and personalized, seamless, and adaptive to the user — rather than the other way around.
Powered by Seos technology, this HID Global platform enables driver licenses and other government IDs to be securely presented and authenticated on smartphones.
Each industry sector has distinct security demands, but there are common threads for facility executives.
Using Bluetooth and NFC technologies, this access control system provides facility professionals an alternative to keys and smart cards.
Protecting people and property requires a risk assessment and relevant strategies.
TFM recently spoke with several vendors on how their products are designed to help facility managers further their goals in 2014 and beyond.
Security tools broaden access control capabilities, with an eye on increased mobility. From the August 2013 issue.
Federal agencies typically have hectic lobbies to manage. Attendants must quickly process visitor access while ensuring all security procedures are followed in accordance with Homeland Security Protection Directive-12 (HSPD-12).