Access control with mobile phone is secure, reliable and flexible keyless entry option. Idesco's downloadable mobile access app, Idesco Mobile Lite, provides all these features. It communicates with Idesco Bluetooth RFID readers, can be integrated into existing MIFARE systems or deployed into new ones. Idesco Mobile Lite creates a virtual access card in the user's phone when downloaded from Google Play or App Store. Data transfer between the phone and Idesco's mobile ID compatible RFID readers are protected with highly secure 128-bit AES encryption. Mobile access credentials are as secure as any other encrypted, modern access control methods. Actually, they enable using security locking existing in all mobile phones as a part of your system, e.g. fingerprint recognition. What could be a more cost-effective way to add biometric identification in your system, than using the one that already exists in most mobile phones?
Learn more about Idesco mobile access solutions
Considering virtual cards and mobile phone access to your system? Idesco Mobile Lite keeps your keyless entry deployment with mobile phones simple and easy for users and security managers. Learn more and download Idesco Mobile Lite application description.
How to start using Idesco Mobile Lite?
Idesco Mobile Lite: phone as access card to your system
Define security levels for each zone
Program access to be triggered by
I. Device proximity (BLE) for “hands-free” entrance
II. Pressing a button in device app;
III. Entering device password, pattern or fingerprint.
No on-line registry,
Nor cloud management
Downloaded app (Android/iOS) creates a virtual access card. Simply enroll it to your system with Enrollment Station. Even lets MIFARE cards or tags remain in use alongside users' mobile phones!
Secured, convenient BLE connection
128-bit AES encryption and Bluetooth low energy (BLE) gives you the best of both worlds: unbreakable security and a reading distance you can configure even out to a few meters.
How to deploy Idesco Mobile Lite for mobile access control? Learn more in a short video!