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HID Origo integration offers new smartphone access control solution

This solution is also compatible with devices using Near-Field Communication (NFC)


November 4, 2020
By SP&T Staff

Johnson Controls is announcing 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.

With HID Global’s 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 an HID Global BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) door reader. This solution is also compatible with devices using Near-Field Communication (NFC).

This 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.

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