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"Our peer-to-peer solution provides several advantages. It makes aptiQmobile independent of any carrier, creating a universal solution, and it even works on unlocked phones. But, for many, its most important advantage is that it lets customers across multiple market segments from higher education to commercial offices deploy," says
In NFC pilot programs at
Students and employees will be able to use Android phones as well, without the need for this unique case. Employees in a current trial at the corporate campus of Heartland Payment Systems are using Android NFC-enabled smartphones and aptiQmobile for access control.
With the launch of aptiQmobile secure peer-to-peer technology, customers who are ready will be able to begin the transition soon. For those already using aptiQ™ readers, there is no need to replace readers. aptiQ readers can work with magnetic stripe, proximity, and smart cards as well as the aptiQmobile credential all in one reader, providing an easy migration path to upgrade credentials between any of those versions at their own pace. This also makes it easy for customers to continue to operate in a hybrid world of cards and mobile if needed.
More information on using smart phones as an access control credential is available at www.aptiQmobile.com.
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NOTE TO EDITORS: A high-resolution downloadable photograph of a smart phone with aptiQmobile can be found at www.brighamscully.com. Click to Photo Downloads/
Source: Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
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