FREE whitepaper details how to merge security, convenience with mobile
Opening doors with mobile devices isn’t a new concept. In fact, the earliest trials of the technology date back to 2000 when it was used for access control in various parts of the world, make payments, ride the subway and more. Interest in contactless services has always been high, but creating the user experience and delivering the added value that end users crave has proven challenging.
As companies merge security and convenience at the door, and transform smartphones and other mobile devices into trusted digital credentials that can replace keys and smart cards, there are certain things that must be considered when choosing a mobile access solution. In HID Global’s free, on-demand “Best Practices for Integrating Mobile into the Access Control Architecture” whitepaper learn the key considerations for institutions looking to integrate mobile access to its access control architecture.
Using a mobile device for physical access isn’t just about solving a singular problem, but rather it’s about doing things in a way that embraces technological advancements and delivers a concept that changes how people interact with access readers, locks and doors.
The mobile industry is one of the most innovative and fast-paced verticals in the world today, and advancements made in recent years have been nothing short of remarkable. This rapid growth is affecting the underlying technologies and standards in mobile devices as more people use their devices in their daily life and new applications are developed.
In HID’s whitepaper, also hear about:
- Technologies that currently underpin mobile access solutions
- A rundown of Near Field Communication (NFC), Host-Card Emulation (HCE) and Bluetooth Smart
- Mobile access management best practices
- Security considerations when implementing mobile access solutions
For more on implementing mobile capabilities into an access control infrastructure, read HID’s full “Best Practices for Integrating Mobile into the Access Control Architecture” whitepaper.