At IFSEC 2017 Nedap will demonstrate improvement to its portfolio of security products. The MACE platform for mobile access control has been improved with the addition of the cloud based MACE Admin Portal. Virtual cards can now be distributed and revoked by end users. Virtual cards can be customised to reflect the corporate style of customers. There is also authentication of the identity of the virtual card holder by using a fingerprint if it is stored in the smartphone operating system.
Additionally, the uPASS product line of Rain RFID/UHF readers is expanded with uPASS Target, a long range UHF reader for vehicle identification. The uPASS Target can be equipped with a second antenna to expand the reading area or to support an entry and exit lane with one reader. The company has also added new UHF tags to its portfolio, such as a rear view mirror tag that motorists can hang on the vehicle’s mirror. Additionally, EPC GEN2 V2 cards and windshield tags are available that support security enhancements based on AES encryption.
The TRANSIT Ultimate readers for high end vehicle and driver identification have been redesigned, with a focus on improvements to optimise the overall performance and configurability of the RFID reader.
The company will also use the event to emphasise that its products are tested regularly and almost always tend to be the preferred solution. All feedback on how to improve products is carefully listened to and where possible the manufacturer will implement the improvements without delay.