Case Studies & Articles
For awhile, construction sites have provided a textbook example of how much electronic access control systems can benefit managers.
How does RFID actually work, and what kind of features do transponders require to make it work? This article answers these questions by focusing on RFID’s transponders and their identification capability. If you are a system integrator, your own customers might find the points covered in this discussion helpful.
Idesco’s RFID display reader is now an integral part of Mikro-Väylä’s solution, identifying visitors by RFID library cards (or barcode) and a personal pin code. Their system guides visitors with displayed visual instructions after Idesco’s RFID reader authenticates them via their RFID cards and pin code.
Norwegian SmartDok’s identification system provides Byggekort- and ID06-compatible solutions for businesses that need to collect construction personnel data for maintaining an accurate and easily-accessible record of every worker working their sites. SmartDok chose Finnish Idesco’s robustly reliable readers to provide unprecedented convenient data transfer via GPRS networks amid the Norway’s inclement conditions.
Dyskret Poland Ltd., specializing in integrated security system design and installation, has deployed more than 450 Idesco Basic and Slim Pin readers within the new security system they designed to secure airport facilities at Krakow Airport.