Johnson Controls, a global provider for smart and sustainable buildings and architect of the OpenBlue digital platforms, announced the integration of its Tyco Software House C•CURE 9000 security and event management system with HID Global’s Origo Mobile Identities and Seos credential technology.
This integration allows for the secure storage and over-air provisioning of access credentials to an end user’s smartphone to be used in lieu of a traditional access card.
With HID Global’s innovative gesture-based technology, a natural hand movement or bringing the device into the range of the reader allows users to gain access to any door equipped with a HID Global BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) door reader. This solution is also compatible with devices using Near-Field Communication (NFC).
This powerful integration with C•CURE 9000 enables Android or iOS devices to communicate with readers using ‘Tap’ mode for close range, or ‘Twist and Go’ mode for medium- to long-range applications.
This solution is optimized for mixed physical card and Mobile ID populations, which are protected using strong standards-based encryption (AES) that complements high-security physical card deployments.
Additional features include:
- Over-air issuance enhances user experience, boosts efficiency and improves security.
- Streamlines operational efficiency by managing mobile access through one intuitive platform.
- Credentials can be easily managed, created, edited, issued and revoked within C•CURE 9000.
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