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Data On Card

A Smartcard That Transmits Info

Secure your doors without complex and expensive wiring.

A virtual network provides the flexibility for an access control system to grow from a small number of doors and users to a large number of doors and users as required. It allows stand-alone locks to read, receive and write information via an encrypted and secure data-on-card system that utilizes the capabilities of RFID read/write technology.

In this virtual network all access data is stored on and distributed by its operating smartcard. When presenting a smartcard to an offline stand-alone door, not only does this control access rights to that door but thanks to two-way communication, the door also writes data like blacklist information or battery status back to the smartcard.

The smartcard then transmits this information back to the server via online wall readers that are able to update and receive information from the cards anytime and anywhere in the building.

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Card transmits to the system via wall reader:

  • User access event
  • Visited door battery status

Wall reader transmits to card:

  • Deleted card list
  • Updated user access rights
  • Expiry date renovation

Functions:

  • Add or delete users remotely
  • User profiles updated easily (calendars, Shifts...)
  • Dynamic event audit trail
  • Remote stand-alone device battery status report
  • Expiry date renovation
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Card transmits to cylinder / escutcheon:

  • Deleted cards list
  • User access rights

Wall reader transmits to card:

  • Access event
  • Battery status