AXCESS Introduces New RFID ID Card

Wednesday 31 March 2004 10:43 CET | News

AXCESS has released a new RFID-based identification credential specially designed to enhance facility security without slowing traffic nor increasing personal intrusion on employees and visitors.

The new compact RFID card complies with ISO-compliant standard ID printers and is capable of transmitting an authorized building access code from inches up to 100 feet from the doorway, providing hands-free automatic access to speed up entry. Automatic identification and tracking can instantly detect unauthorized intruders and, when linked to vehicles, cargo, and high value assets such as laptop computers, can be used to improve logistics and asset management. AXCESS Inc.s current-generation ID credential is in use in numerous of Department of Defense, government and corporate installations. AXCESS patented ActiveTag RFID system uses an embedded battery in the card sized, electronic tag for extra-long range identification. Tags are used for personnel, vehicles, and inventory. Each tag transmits at UHF frequency band to palm-sized, network-based receivers from 18 inches up to 700 feet away depending upon the antenna used. Tags are automatically activated as they move through a doorway, gate or docking bay, or into a parking/staging area. Tags also autonomously beacon at pre-set intervals for real-time inventory counts and location. Embedded sensors, such as temperature, regularly report data or are programmed to alarm when outside the norm. The ActiveTag(TM)system is sold through the worlds largest security system integrators.

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