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Telaeris, a handheld badge verification and emergency mustering solutions provider for physical access control systems (PACS), announced its HealthCheck enhancement to XPressEntry. HealthCheck makes it easy for security and safety professionals to capture and securely store current health status information of personnel and visitors, and deny access if necessary, from compatible XPressEntry handheld badge readers before entry into any workplace. “Stopping the spread of COVID-19 is one of humanity’s greatest challenges of the modern era,” said Dr. David Carta, Chief Executive Officer, Telaeris. “With the volume of employees, contractors, and visitors going in-and-out of workplaces every day, XPressEntry’s HealthCheck gives safety and security personnel professionals an easy to implement solution to validate employees are not exhibiting symptoms before entering their jobsite and to help keep people safe.” Access control technology “We specialise in physical security and access control technology as a security integrator,” said Jon Ecker, President and Founder of Peace of Mind Technologies, LLC. XPressEntry creates tremendous value for our customers as they explore and navigate reopenings in the post-COVID world" “Customers are calling and asking us how technology can help them protect their workplace and facilities from COVID-19. We already recommend Telaeris’ XPressEntry to our customers for handheld badge verification and emergency mustering. Now with HealthCheck functionality, this XPressEntry creates tremendous value for our customers as they explore and navigate reopenings in the post-COVID world.” Secure entry point XPressEntry HealthCheck allows admins to create a custom set of health status survey questions required for their specific needs. Different sets of questions can be deployed to different compatible XPressEntry handhelds at different entry points for added flexibility. When personnel and visitors need to enter their jobsite, safety and security professionals begin by scanning their badge and verify their identity with a compatible XPressEntry handheld device first. Then security and safety professionals are presented with the custom health status survey questions designated for the secure entry point right on the device. Handheld badge verification In addition, HealthCheck can also capture health related data directly from Bluetooth compatible device such as forehead temperature sensors or finger VO2 metre. Responses and/or data captured from personnel and visitors can allow or deny access and are recorded directly into XPressEntry and securely stored on the XPressEntry database. HealthCheck enhances XPressEntry’s core handheld badge verification and emergency mustering functionality In accordance with government regulations, visibility of health data can be limited to those with appropriate authority and the health data can be set to automatically be purged after a set amount of time. HealthCheck enhances XPressEntry’s core handheld badge verification and emergency mustering functionality. Access control database XPressEntry handheld badge readers maintain updated facility occupancy information and quickly verify personnel and visitor badge information including name, photo ID, and permissions against the existing access control database from anywhere with cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity. It also delivers an emergency evacuation and employee mustering solution to keep continuous track of facility occupancy by monitoring the existing access control system to verify that personnel and visitors are accounted for and safely evacuated during emergency situations.
Telaeris, a handheld badge verification and emergency mustering solutions provider for physical access control systems (PACS), has announced its XPressEntry software integration with Maxxess eFusion access control software. XPressEntry - eFusion integration Maxxess access control customers can now use a variety of XPressEntry compatible handheld badge readers to quickly muster employees during an emergency evacuation, verify identity, perform medical screenings at entry points, record entries and exits where door readers are not practical, and much more. “We welcome Maxxess and their powerful eFusion software to the family of XPressEntry access control integrations,” said Dr. David Carta, Chief Executive Officer, Telaeris. He adds, “Securing commercial and government facilities are important work, especially in these new COVID-19 times. The added functionality and flexibility plus Coronavirus screening that XPressEntry bring is helpful for safety and security professionals around the world.” Remote reader solution for secure verification Nancy Islas, Maxxess Systems President, said, “We are excited to offer our customers a robust remote reader solution for day to day secure verification of access control as well as advanced mustering applications for managing emergency situations.” The Telaeris integration enhances the Maxxess emergency management and coordination system" She adds, “The Telaeris integration enhances the Maxxess emergency management and coordination system and allows our customers to easily verify personnel anywhere in their building or on campus.” XPressEntry badge verification solution XPressEntry’s badge verification solution with commercial grade handheld badge readers is now able to be connected to the Maxxess eFusion system. XPressEntry maintains updated facility occupancy information and can quickly verify personnel and visitor badge information including name, photo ID, and permissions against the Maxxess eFusion database from anywhere with cellular and Wi-Fi connectivity. Emergency evacuation and employee mustering solution It also delivers an emergency evacuation and employee mustering solution, verifying that personnel and visitors are accounted for and safely evacuated during emergency situations. In addition, XPressEntry now supports validating personnel and visitor health status information before entering work areas to support COVID19 workplace safety protocols. XPressEntry is globally renowned for handheld badge verification with integrations to most access control systems now, including Maxxess eFusion. XPressEntry handhelds proudly read more badge technologies than any other handheld in the industry including iClass, Prox, Indala, DESFire, Mifare, and PIV and can simultaneously poll for both HF and LF credentials. XPressEntry has also been penetration tested and certified as secure using appropriate security protocols and encryption.
Iris ID, a global provider of iris recognition technology, announced its award-winning multimode iCAM M300 handheld biometric platform now offers gateless access control, time and attendance and employee mustering for both commercial and government markets. The new functions are possible with embedded XPressEntry software from Telaeris, a provider of real-time personnel tracking solutions. Also using Iris ID’s Iris Access EAC software, the iCAM M300 continues to provide an ideal portable biometric enrolment and identification solution for law enforcement, border control and national ID programs – all from the convenience of an Android mobile device. Users of the iCAM M300 can extend their door-mounted iris readers using a cloud-based mobile server that automatically syncs all users, access and activity data. Handheld solution for iris authentication It is exciting to partner with Iris ID to provide a powerful handheld solution for iris authentication"“The addition of the Telaeris XPressEntry software enables us to add important new functions for our commercial and government customers,” said Mohammed Murad, vice president global sales and business development, Iris ID. “The iCAM M300 is now ideal for virtually any use requiring mobile identity authentication.” "It is exciting to partner with Iris ID to provide a powerful handheld solution for iris authentication," said David Carta, chief executive officer, Telaeris. "Iris ID's multimodal device, combined with XPressEntry from Telaeris, allows security integrators and end users to easily integrate mobile iris identification technology into their existing physical access control infrastructure." FBI-compliant 500DPI fingerprint collection The iCAM M300 has embedded cameras for simultaneous capture of both iris and facial modes. An optional snap-on module provides for an FBI-compliant 500DPI, single fingerprint collection. Also included are magstripe and contactless card support, as well as an MRZ reader to verify ePassports. Communications protocols include NFC, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, and 4G LTE. The Security Industry Association named the iCAM M300 the best mobile app in the 2018 New Product Showcase.
Open Options, a provider of innovative access control solutions, has partnered with Telaeris, specialising in emergency mustering systems and handheld badge reading solutions, to provide users an option in their integrated mobile access control solution. “The native integration of XPressEntry with DNA Fusion provides Open Options customers the ability to know where their employees are in the case of an emergency and verify that everyone is accounted for safely,” said Telaeris CEO, David Carta. Flex API supported mobile authentication Telaeris’ XPressEntry, a unique handheld verification and emergency mustering system, natively integrates with the DNA Fusion access control system, enabling a wide range of handheld capabilities. Utilizing Fusion’s Flex API, XPressEntry pulls employee names, photos, access privileges, and credentials and allows guards to visually validate that the credential presented matches the user. Continuous synchronisation of activity between XPressEntry and DNA Fusion allows security operators to enhance security and safety by using handheld badge readers anywhere for multiple purposes where wall-mounted readers are not available or possible. In addition to the mobile feature, XPressEntry monitors the occupancy of each building, live tracking entries and exits of all personnel and visitors from both fixed badge readers and ruggedised mobile readers. This information is then available as a live view of who is inside any facility controlled by DNA Fusion. Users may be quickly checked as exited from a building during fire drills, and most importantly, ensure they are safe during real emergencies.
AMAG Technology, a security solution provider specializing in access control, video management, policy-based identity solutions and visitor management, welcomes Telaeris to the Symmetry Preferred Partner Program. Telaeris’s XPressEntry handheld access control device integrates with AMAG’s latest Symmetry Access Control software. AMAG Technology and Telaeris cooperatively tested and approved this integration. “Telaeris’ native integration with Symmetry allows us to provide a world class, handheld employee mustering and verification system to AMAG’s clients who want to provide the best security and safety systems for their employees,” said Telaeris CEO, David Carta. Enhanced security and safety “The XPressEntry integration with Symmetry provides flexible, mobile access control from anywhere in a facility, increasing security in emergency situations when emergency mustering is critical,” said AMAG Technology, Vice President of Products and Partner Programs, Dave Ella. “Fortune 500 customers have chosen the integrated solution to ensure demanding security requirements are met. We look forward to a long partnership with Telaeris.” Telaeris’s XPressEntry natively interfaces with the Symmetry access control system and enables a broad range of handheld capabilities for Symmetry. XPressEntry pulls data from Symmetry using the Symmetry XML Open Integration Module, including employee name, photo, access privileges, credentials, and activity. This allows security operators to enhance security and safety by using handheld badge readers anywhere in their facility for multiple purposes. Live tracking capabilities Additionally, XPressEntry monitors the occupancy of each building, live tracking each entry and exit of employees and visitors from both fixed badge readers and Telaeris mobile units. The information is presented as a live view of who is inside any facility controlled by Symmetry. This allows users to be quickly checked as safely exited from buildings during fire drills and most importantly during true emergencies. Telaeris is the worldwide leader for emergency mustering systems and handheld badge reading solutions for security and safety. The XPressEntry system is built to provide extended physical access control features from a mobile handheld badge scanner, with the capability to read any badge credential.
The addition of SMS-Mustering to XPressEntry takes emergency mustering to a whole new level Telaeris Inc., the industry leader in handheld based solutions for security and safety, announces XPressEntry SMS-Mustering today from ASIS 2015. Real-time synchronisation The addition of SMS-Mustering to XPressEntry takes emergency mustering to a whole new level by adding the ability to quickly broadcast alerts to employees via text messaging. Employees may then respond with their current status and whereabouts. The software complements the current XPressEntry line of products, including mobile handheld badge scanners and active and passive RFID, improving the ability to account for every employee during emergency situations. All SMS responses and XPressEntry data is automatically synced in real-time with a facility’s physical security system giving safety personnel real-time status of the situation while delivering these key benefits: Send text messages to users who are not accounted for Users can respond to text to be accounted for by the system Requests for assistance from users sends alerts into system Alerts may be automatically forwarded to responsible parties Improves safety of employees during emergency "In an emergency evacuation, many employees don't go to their assigned rostering locations and may leave the premises altogether, which leaves them unaccounted for," says David Carta, Telaeris CEO. "Now with the SMS Mustering feature in XPressEntry, missing employees can be remotely accounted for by responding to a simple text message. More importantly, employees in danger can be identified and helped as information is easily available for use by first responders." Emergencies can happen anyplace, anytime. Be ready. Greatly improve safety and overall security by adding Telaeris’ XPressEntry emergency mustering solutions to any existing physical security system.