Nedap Becomes Pioneering Provider of Highly Accurate Vehicle Identification Using Seos® and Mobile Credentials from HID®

Seos® and mobile credentials from HID®

Nedap Identification Systems is excited to announce an upcoming release. From now on, Nedap will support HID’s Seos credentials with its long-range TRANSIT portfolio. With this cutting-edge Smartcard Booster End2End, vehicles can be identified up to 12 meters through Seos cards and mobile credentials from HID. With that, Nedap proudly becomes the pioneering provider of highly accurate and secure long-range identification.

HID Seos integration in TRANSIT portfolio for unparalleled vehicle and driver identification

Nedap is known for its extensive portfolio in vehicle and driver identification solutions and its leading position in supported technologies for more than 30 years. They are greatly honored to include HID Seos credentials in their TRANSIT product portfolio. With this addition, Nedap provides security professionals with a groundbreaking solution for vehicle and driver identification, offering the highest level of security and the capability to read Seos cards from a long distance.

This use case is living proof that our Seos credentials meet the needs of a modern world by seamlessly extending to applications interconnected by physical and digital systems. As a provider of trusted identity solutions, we are proud to enable pioneering companies such as Nedap to push the boundaries of what is possible in the realm of secure, long-range identification.” Gerald Grattoni, Head of Mature Markets, Physical Access Control at HID

Nedap’s long-range RFID Portfolio expands to include HID Seos card reading

Nedap’s semi-active RFID portfolio, known as TRANSIT, features a booster that enables the identification of both the vehicle and the driver’s card at distances of up to 12 meters. This patented solution ensures that a vehicle can only get access to a secured area when driven by an authorized driver. From now on, the SmartCard Booster End2End will also be able to read HID Seos cards, providing support for HID iCLASS®, Elite keys, and mobile credentials powered by HID Mobile Access.

“With the introduction of the new Smartcard Booster End2End and the upgrade for the TRANSIT Ultimate reader, we respond to the growing adoption of HID Seos and mobile credentials in the market. With this solution, Seos credentials can be read up to 12 meters, complementing existing Seos solutions for secure and convenient vehicle identification.” Edwin Grobbink, Product Manager at Nedap

Thanks to its support for HID Seos cards, as well as its compatibility with HID mobile credentials, Nedap provides a new cutting-edge solution for automatic vehicle identification.

Get in touch for more information of Nedap’s HID Seos Booster

Would you like to learn more about the technical specifications of this booster or do you have any other questions? Please download this factsheet or contact us. Our specialists will be happy to provide you with more information.

About Nedap Identification Systems 

Nedap is the leading specialist in systems for long-range identification, wireless vehicle detection, and city access control. Identifying people and their vehicles without delaying them. That is how we empower security, parking, and traffic management systems all over the world. Millions of professionals trust Nedap technology to support them. To access buildings. To drive into secured perimeters. or to find a parking bay. Combining cutting-edge technology with decades of experience. That is how we secure the flow of vehicles and people.

High-tech company Nedap N.V. creates high-quality, innovative hardware and software products that enable people to be more productive and successful in their professional lives. Nedap N.V. has a workforce of over 700 employees and operates on a global scale. The company was founded in 1929 and has been listed on Euronext Amsterdam since 1947. Its headquarters is located in Groenlo, the Netherlands.


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