The mobile access control solution has been installed in an electromechanical solutions company. Previously, they used RFID cards to control access to different points in the building. This system posed a security risk for the company since the cards were lost quite frequently.
The indispensable requirement for the new access control installation was that they had to comply with the data protection regulation (GDPR).
Once the installation is complete, the system guarantees the correct protection of the personal data of each user and stores them on a local server.
Due to the large number of access points on site, the company decided to install Suprema’s CoreStation controller, it supports up to a total of 132 access points with extension modules. In addition, this controller allows adding RS-485 and Wiegand readers and takes advantage of existing cabling.
Now workers access the office and other rooms through a personal and unique credential that they have on their respective mobiles. In the case of temporary users, such as visitors or clients, the security team is in charge of generating the access credentials for these new users. Temporary credentials are received by email. This process of creating new credentials is quick and easy.
Installation and integration of the entire system is easy. At the access points they have installed Suprema Xpass D2 RFID readers that allow using the Airfob Portal application and giving access with the mobile.
With this solution, users can open the doors with the phone at a distance of up to approximately 10cm from the reader.
In addition, the facilities had readers from other manufacturers. To make these compatible with Suprema’s mobile solution, they added Airfob Patch, the Bluetooth to RFID signal converter module.
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