HID Mobile Access solution opens gateway to secured unlocking of doors in India

    HID Global today made announcement around the launch of its HID Mobile Access solution in India. This solution delivers a more secure and convenient way to open doors and gates, by using simple secure identity management process.

    HID Mobile Access solution launched in India

    The solution makes use of increasingly popular BYOD mobility environments, using Bluetooth Smart and NFC-enabled smartphones and other mobile devices as an alternative to keys and smart cards.

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    It also introduces the company's patented "Twist and Go" gesture technology which makes it possible for users to unlock doors and open gates from a distance.

    "HID Global's mobile access solution will help organizations take advantage of the latest technology advances to improve security, convenience and user experience. We already see growing Indian enterprises adopting mobility and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). Large enterprise CIOs and Chief Innovation Officers are keen to understand how personal devices like smartphones can be further empowered to boost employee productivity and growth," says Ranjit Nambiar, Director, IAM, India & SAARC, HID Global.

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    The solution enables the use of digital credentials on NFC enabled smartphones to open doors and significantly improves security while enhancing the user experience by making it easier to deploy and manage keys, as the digital key can be downloaded remotely in real time.

    The HID Mobile Access solution is powered by Seos technology, which turns smartphones and other mobile devices into trusted credentials. Seos technology also preserves privacy by enabling Mobile IDs to be issued, delivered and revoked with end-to-end encryption as part of a unique transaction that protects personal identification data.

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