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Security meets modernity with HID Signo

by Geny Caloisi

HID Global’s access control solution, its Signo readers product line, showcases a new sleek, modern design and a variety of intuitive features.

The HID Signo Readers offers a wide range of functionality, is reliable and secure, and ensures a more connected and smarter access control experience than conventional readers.

The HID Signo platform is compatible with more than 15 credential technologies, including support for Student IDs in Apple Wallet – pretty much the Swiss Army knife of access control technologies. This is one of the widest ranges of credential technologies ever supported by a reader.

Featuring a sleek, upscale design, HID Signo Readers extend HID’s performance tradition while adding innovative features to keep organizations secure. They offer ultra-secure storage of cryptographic keys on the certified secure element hardware, plus a new surface detection feature that automatically allows the reader to recalibrate and optimize read range performance.

HID Signo Readers are designed to surpass the traditional approach of securing doors by allowing them to be connected and managed in a modern, distributed ecosystem and to transcend the conventional method of securing doors. As a result of this functionality, access control systems can respond dynamically to changes in needs, configurations, or threats as they arise.

All readers support OSDP (Open Supervised Device Protocol) out of the box for secure bidirectional communication. The readers can also be used remotely without being physically touched or connected via “sneakernet”.

HID Signo Readers are simple to order and install, making the upgrade process easy for everyone.

Upgrading to HID Signo enables building owners to future-proof their security systems like never before, ensuring they are equipped with genuinely dynamic tools to counter new threats or implement enhancements needed for tomorrow.

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