Splan introduces mobile credential platform with 30+ integrations
Splan, a California developer of open-architecture security software, has introduced a unified mobile credentialing platform that integrates with a wide range of access control systems.
Splan says its open architecture platform automates the check-in process for visitors, employees, and contractors. Users can pair Splan’s Unified Mobile Credentialing Solution with their current access control and mobile credentialing system.
Splan has built an open SDK and framework that includes more than 30 integrations with solution providers. “We are excited to announce a myriad of technology integrations that will take mobile credentialing to the next level and look forward to bringing this powerful integration to our customer base,” said Dan Sterry, VP of business development at Splan, in a statement.
According to Splan, its mobile credentialing architecture consists of a few steps:
Upon arrival and after downloading the mobile app, a visitor or staff can check-in using their mobile phone. The Splan solution provisions to the credential server and then connects to the access control system to grant access. Once access is approved, the mobile credential is downloaded to the user’s mobile phone to gain access through a door or turnstile. Using the mobile phone for access provides a true touchless check-in experience and eliminates the need for proximity badges.