Irving, Texashandjob September 15, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — STid, the maker of the world’s most respected access control reader, today announced that it has set a new standard in car park access control and simplified visitor management with its new SPECTER Nano Reader. The multi-technology reader identifies employees, visitors, vendors and their vehicles simultaneously for smooth, hands-free access control without compromising security.
Easy to use, “all-terrain” reader
The next generation, hands-free reader accelerates entry for anyone – or anything – on two legs, two wheels, four wheels or an entire fleet. It reads windshield tags, key fobs, cards, smartphones or wearables using UHF and Bluetooth® to take advantage of end-user preferences for easy adoption. It is also part of the STID Mobile ID® ecosystem, which turns the smartphone into a virtual card for both vehicle and pedestrian access control.
Compatible with all access control systems around the world, STID designed the SPECTER NANO for easy integration regardless of managers’ technical expertise. The outer packaging is as rugged and durable as it is technology to ensure the reader can withstand harsh environments – everything from shock, heavy rain and dust to salt, frost and fire. The Specter Nano offers customized branding options to fit the bus station, corporate office or private community, and is able to be used in industries with high security. A cost-effective solution, the new reader can be installed and (almost) forgotten, with no maintenance or batteries required.
“We have all experienced long wait times to get in and out of parking garages trying to pay tolls or scan access badges, tolls or gates,” said Frederick Trujillo, US Operations Manager, STID. “Our new Specter Nano Reader solution offers fast entry/exit processes and simple, hands-free access with top-notch security for hospitals, government agencies, universities and more. Parking areas are particularly vulnerable to theft, damage, vandalism. And even acts of terrorism have made better access control important.”
Designed for global customers, the Specter Nano uses OSDP™ and SSCP® protocols and has EAL5+-certified storage. Data authenticity and confidentiality are ensured by using encryption methods recommended by organizations worldwide, for example, ANSSI- and FIP-compliant. Encrypted, signed credentials provide anti-cloning and anti-replay protection and managers can quickly erase security keys when necessary.
The Specter Nano will be available in October to help with speed car park access control. For more information, please visit our Specter Nano page.
STid. About this
STID’s mission is to protect people, their property and data through secure access and identification. For over 25 years, STID has designed and marketed identification solutions for high security physical and logical access control as well as automatic vehicle identification. The company aims to simplify and protect their digital identity management by developing non-proprietary intelligent identification solutions for businesses, residential, governments and industry that use state-of-the-art RFID, NFC, Bluetooth® and Internet of Things (IoT) Huh. Technology. A recognized leader in its field, STid was at the forefront of its access control solutions by becoming the first manufacturer to receive First Level Security Certification (CSPN) from the French government agency ANSSI. With eleven awards, STID offers the product line – the Readers’ Architect Degree Series – one of the most respected in the world by security experts. STID recently launched the new Specter Nano UHF and Bluetooth® reader for easy vehicle and driver access control.
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