Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

ID Flow brings visitor management on campus

Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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Jolly Technologies was giving demonstrations of its ID Flow system at the National Association of Campus Card Users Annual Conference. ID Flow is a visitor management system that enables a school to scan a driver license, capture a photo and fingerprint biometric, check that data against a watch list and then issues a credential, says Kurt Bell, vice president of sales and marketing at Jolly Technologies.

The ID Flow system is built with an open architecture and is designed to easily integrate with existing physical access control systems. Companies can also create their own watch lists or subscribe to law enforcement lists, Bell says. [end] 

CardSmith in is rolling out real-time account activation for its clients using the company’s IDMS system.

IDMS, CardSmith’s card printing and production system, continuously updates the company’s transaction system anytime a card is printed or replaced. This means that students can walk out of their campus card office with an active, transaction-ready credential. Providing students with an active ID at the time of issuance eliminates delays associated with batch file processing, a common occurrence in other systems.

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Rutherford County Schools, Murfreesboro, Tenn., have rolled out the Raptor Visitor Management System that scans visitors’ driver license and compares it to a national database before entering school grounds, according to dnj.com.

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Dates: April 13-16, 2014 Location: Chicago, Illinois Venue: Sheraton Chicago URL: http://www.naccu.org/2014/

Description: The National Association of Campus Card Users annual conference brings together professionals from a wide array of disciplines and management perspectives. The conference is the single most important opportunity available to learn about the technological advances, marketing innovations, and business practices involved with implementing, operating, and expanding a successful campus card program.  

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PlascoTrac has announced the release of Hero, a cloud-based incident management solution that enables administrators and teachers to log student progress in the classroom, reinforce positive behavior and analyze how student behavior impacts academic performance.

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