Nedap’s MACE makes Security Essen debut
Just a few months ago, Nedap Identification Systems launched MACE: the mobile access control platform. This platform enables the use of smartphones to identify people based on Bluetooth, NFC or QR-codes. Nedap’s MACE will now make its Security Essen debut.
With the introduction of this platform, Nedap responds to the global shift of smartphone credentials replacing physical cards. MACE supports Bluetooth, NFC and QR-codes to identify people using virtual credentials, which are stored in a MACE app. This app is available for both iPhone and Android. QR-codes are used as an alternative in situations where it is undesirable or impossible to use wireless communication technologies.
“The first responses and feedback we got after announcing the MACE platform was overwhelming. We have engaged into interesting pilots and also interesting discussions on how to further shape the future of the platform. We are continuing the discussion and introduction in Essen now with our industry partners and we are very much looking forward to that,” says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems.
In addition to the new MACE platform, various other Nedap solutions will be highlighted during Security Essen:
Highly secure vehicle & driver identification and advanced license plate recognition
MOOV is worlds’ first dedicated vehicle access control system for entrances in cities, industrial estates and parking facilities
Convenient hands-free access with Nedap’s uPASS Access
All of these solutions will be showcased at Nedap’s stand during Security Essen in Germany, on September 27 – 30 this year. Visit booth 3D12 to find out more.