Nedap - specialist in long-range identification solutions - launches the next generation of its Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) platform. With the introduction of two brand-new cameras, Nedap answers to the rapidly growing demand for effective license plate reading in vehicle access control applications. In a relatively short period, license plate recognition technology for vehicle access control has become very popular. Nedap’s ANPR cameras identify vehicles by capturing their license plates, making it the perfect solution for applications in which it is undesirable to issue (RFID) tags. This technology is used in situations where vehicles need to be granted access temporarily or incidentally, such as in employee or visitor parking applications. Advanced license plate recognition Deep learning algorithms enable a high accuracy, even in regions with license plates that include different font formats Nedap enables customers to benefit from the latest developments in ANPR technology by adding two brand-new cameras to its platform: The advanced ANPR Lumo can be applied in challenging vehicular access control applications. Deep learning algorithms enable high accuracy, even in regions with license plates that include different font formats. For specific regions, like the Pacific and USA, this license plate camera offers a powerful solution. The ANPR Access V2 is the successor of Nedap’s ANPR Access. This license plate camera is a new development that offers better performance while being fully compatible with existing installations. Both new cameras easily integrate with any third-party security, parking and traffic management systems using their built-in Wiegand options. Designed for vehicle access control “There are many ANPR-systems in the market. Few of them were purposely designed for vehicle access control. With the release of these new cameras, we are taking the effectiveness of ANPR for vehicle access control to the next level. “The available options for configuration and interfacing have been enhanced and extended, making ANPR a viable option for installations all over the world, including the Pacific and the USA,” says Maarten Mijwaart, Managing Director of Nedap Identification Systems.
Nedap announces significant new possibilities to the MACE platform to seamlessly fit it into the technical and organisational environment of clients. MACE is used to send and revoke virtual access control cards to smartphones in any security or parking application. The announced expansion and enhancement of the mobile access control platform offer unlimited potential for integration and effective use. “MACE already offered a great deal of functionality to security managers that were looking to store virtual access control cards on a smartphone. With MACE, it is very easy for administrators to distribute and revoke those virtual cards. And for users it is very easy to gain access. This functionality is improved even further with additional features related to credential management and communication with users,” says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. “In addition, clients now can build the functionality into their own access control system and they can create their own custom apps. It is our belief that these new features make MACE the platform of choice for any organisation that is looking for a solution to empower its users with the ability to use the smartphone as a key.” Credential management & user communication The newly announced features of the MACE platform for improved credential management and user communication include: The MACE SDK App that is used to develop a MACE compatible app with custom look and feel and potential integration with client specific functionality. The MACE REST API is used to exchange commands between the cloud based MACE Admin Portal and third party access control systems. Access control administrators can now send and revoke virtual access cards to their users from within the application that they are used to. The MACE Admin Portal offers additional possibilities to automate the process of allocating and revoking virtual cards and the communication related to that. The newest version of the MACE Apps for Google Android phones and Apple iPhones offer enhanced BLE performance and additional security features. Mobile access control The number of companies offering mobile access control is increasing. What makes Nedap’s MACE mobile access control stand out is that the platform truly matches the clients’ demands. Not only do the new features enable a seamless integration into any access control or parking management system, they also complement their processes. With the introduction of the MACE platform, Nedap responds to the global shift of smartphone credentials replacing physical cards. MACE can be used in combination with any access control system or any other system that requires the swift identification of people, such as building or parking management systems.
Nedap announces significant new possibilities in the MACE platform to fit it into the technical and organisational environment of clients. MACE is used to send and revoke virtual access control cards to smartphones in any security or parking application. The announced expansion and enhancement of the mobile access control platform offer unlimited potential for integration and effective use. Ability to customise apps “MACE already offered a great deal of functionality to security managers that were looking to store virtual access control cards on a smartphone. With MACE, it is very easy for administrators to distribute and revoke those virtual cards. And for users it is very easy to gain access. This functionality is improved even further with additional features related to credential management and communication with users,” says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. “In addition, clients now can build the functionality into their own access control system and they can create their own custom apps. It is our belief that these new features make MACE the platform of choice for any organisation that is looking for a solution to empower its users with the ability to use the smartphone as a key.” The MACE Admin Portal offers additional possibilities to automate the process of allocating and revoking virtual cards and the communication related to thatFeatures for enhanced credential management The newly announced features of the MACE platform for improved credential management and user communication include: The new MACE App SDK that is used to develop a MACE compatible app with custom look and feel and potential integration with client specific functionality. The MACE REST API that is used to exchange commands between the cloud-based MACE Admin Portal and third party access control systems. Access control administrators now can send and revoke virtual access cards to their users from within the application that they are used to. The MACE Admin Portal that offers additional possibilities to automate the process of allocating and revoking virtual cards and the communication related to that. The newest version of the MACE Apps for Google Android phones and Apple iPhones that offer enhanced BLE performance and additional security features. MACE can be used in combination with any access control system or any other system that requires the swift identification of peopleIntegration within access control or parking management system The number of companies offering mobile access control is increasing. What makes Nedap’s MACE leading in mobile access control, is that the platform truly matches the clients’ demands. Not only do the new features enable a seamless integration into any access control or parking management system, they also complement their processes. With the introduction of the MACE platform, Nedap responds to the global shift of smartphone credentials replacing physical cards. MACE can be used in combination with any access control system or any other system that requires the swift identification of people, such as building or parking management systems.
Nedap Identification Systems launches MACE Smart: A slim multi-technology reader for mobile access control. This elegant reader is the newest addition to the MACE platform, which enables the use of smartphones in any access control system. The MACE Smart reader is able to read virtual credentials on smartphones, but also reads conventional smartcards. The MACE Smart reader will be revealed at the Intersec exhibition in Dubai, which takes place from the 21st until the 23rd of January. Smartphone potential for ID technology ”We are committed to unlocking the potential of smartphones as identification technology in access control systems,” says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. “The release of our newest reader is proof of this commitment. In addition, we are also releasing a renewed version of the MACE Admin Portal that is used to distribute and revoke virtual access control cards. This renewed version now also has an API for seamless integration with any access control system. It is our firm belief that these innovations will help our partners to realise future-proof access control solutions for their clients, whether it is for buildings, parking facilities or events.” Global shift of smartphone credentials With the introduction of the MACE platform last year, Nedap responded to the global shift of smartphone credentials replacing physical cards. MACE readers support Bluetooth, NFC and QR-codes to identify people using virtual credentials, which are stored in a MACE app. MACE can be used in combination with any access control system or any other system that requires the swift identification of people, such as parking management systems or registration systems.
Nedap considers IFSEC to be one of the main security events throughout the year. Mainland Europe is well presented at the trade and Nedap Identification Systems uses the show to launch new products and new innovations. As a preview of the 2017 show, Maarten Mijwaart, general manager of Nedap Identification Systems, explains what he expects from Nedap at IFSEC 2017. What solutions and products will Nedap be demonstrating this year? Maarten Mijwaart: This year we will demonstrate to the industry that we have invested significantly in further expanding and improving our portfolio of security products. A few examples are: Last year we introduced MACE, our platform for mobile access control. We have greatly improved the possibilities of the cloud based MACE Admin Portal. Virtual cards can now be easily distributed and also revoked by our partners or their end users. Virtual cards can be customised to reflect the corporate style of customers, and we can even authenticate the identity of the virtual card holder by using the fingerprint if that is stored in the phone operating system. Our uPASS product line of Rain RFID / UHF readers is expanded with uPASS Target, our best performing long range UHF reader for vehicle identification to date. The uPASS Target can now also be equipped with a second antenna to expand the reading area or to support an entry and exit lane with one reader. We have also added new UHF tags to our portfolio, which motorists can easily hang on their rear-view mirror. Additionally, EPC GEN2 V2 cards and windshield tags are available that support security enhancements based on AES encryption. Our TRANSIT Ultimate readers for high-end vehicle and driver identification were redesigned last year. This year we are focusing on improvements to optimise the overall performance and configurability of this market leading RFID reader. "Access control systems that slow down people or their vehicles often end up not being used in the best way possible" Why should end users stop by the Nedap booth this year? Mijwaart: We feel that many people are not aware of the benefits that our products can bring. Making security systems a little more convenient for people to use will greatly increase the support of people in organisations for the security systems that are implemented. Access control systems that slow down people or their vehicles often end up not being used in the best way possible, which decrease the security level of your organisation. Security should not be in the way of people. Our solutions make security and convenience go hand in hand, in the building and outside the building, for people and for vehicles. Why should system integrators consider working with Nedap and its products? Mijwaart: Well, for one because we understand the importance of our partner channel. We understand that they convert our products into solutions for their clients. This is why we try and make their lives as easy as possible. Our long-range readers are engineered to support specific applications as good as possible. We support many interfacing possibilities. Our products are documented well and are certified by radio authorities to be used in most countries in the world. Our partner portal makes a wealth of support material available and our free e-learning courses help you on your way quickly. And last but not least: our support staff and commercial staff are more than willing to lend a helping hand when needed. Another reason is that we have a track record in providing high quality products. Our products are tested against competitive products regularly and almost always tend to be the preferred solution. When we do get feedback on how to improve our products, we listen carefully and are able to implement these improvements without delay thanks to our ability to carry out product developments and improvements ourselves, with our own team of engineers. We strive to be market leading. We are constantly working on expanding and improving our portfolio; for only one simple reason: we’d like to make sure that, in our field, we are the logical choice to work with; now and in the future.
MACE supports Bluetooth, NFC, QR-codes to identify people with virtual credentials, stored in a MACE app Just a few months ago, Nedap Identification Systems launched MACE: the mobile access control platform. This platform enables the use of smartphones to identify people based on Bluetooth, NFC or QR-codes. Nedap’s MACE will now make its Security Essen debut. Virtual credentials for access control With the introduction of this platform, Nedap responds to the global shift of smartphone credentials replacing physical cards. MACE supports Bluetooth, NFC and QR-codes to identify people using virtual credentials, which are stored in a MACE app. This app is available for both iPhone and Android. QR-codes are used as an alternative in situations where it is undesirable or impossible to use wireless communication technologies. “The first responses and feedback we got after announcing the MACE platform was overwhelming. We have engaged into interesting pilots and also interesting discussions on how to further shape the future of the platform. We are continuing the discussion and introduction in Essen now with our industry partners and we are very much looking forward to that,” says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. Highlighted solutions at Security Essen 2016 In addition to the new MACE platform, various other Nedap solutions will be highlighted during Security Essen: Long-range identification:Highly secure vehicle & driver identification and advanced license plate recognition Vehicle access control:MOOV is worlds’ first dedicated vehicle access control system for entrances in cities, industrial estates and parking facilities Instant hands-free door access:Convenient hands-free access with Nedap’s uPASS Access All of these solutions will be showcased at Nedap’s stand during Security Essen in Germany, on September 27 – 30 this year. Visit booth 3D12 to find out more.
uPASS Target identifies vehicles and drivers at distance of up to 10 metres by using passive UHF RFID technology Nedap, global leader in automatic vehicle identification and parking detection technology, launches the uPASS Target. This high-end RFID reader offers long-range identification using the Rain RFID (UHF EPC Gen II) Standard. With the uPASS Target, Nedap further expands its leading UHF platform for long-range vehicle and people identification. During the Intersec exhibition in Dubai, from 17th – 19th January, the uPASS Target will be demonstrated to the market. The introduction of the uPASS Target is Nedap’s reply to the growing demand for high performance UHF readers in applications where vehicles and other moving objects should be identified automatically using passive RFID tags. The new UHF RFID reader offers a read range of up to 10 metres (33 ft.) which makes it a solid solution for long-range identification of vehicles, people and rolling stock at industrial sites and logistic depots. Modern and high-end RFID reader “We have promised our partners and clients that we would actively support the Rain RFID (UHF) standard and that we would maintain our position as a market leading innovator in the RFID arena. This new release is proof of that. The uPASS Target offers the performance and functionality that our clients can expect from a modern and high-end RFID reader, but it also is compatible with the interfacing engine that is available for all our readers. This makes it effortless to integrate with the access control, parking management and other systems of our partners”, says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. Advanced features The uPASS Target identifies vehicles and drivers at a distance of up to 10 metres (33 ft.) and a travelling speed of up to 200 km/h (125 mph) by using passive UHF RFID technology (±900 MHz). Standard features include configurable 3 colour LED indication, robust housing with modern design, support of common industry interfacing standards (IP, Serial, Wiegand), optional connection of second external antenna, read range limitation option, reader output formatting and easy installation. The circular polarised antenna offers orientation freedom when offering tags. The uPASS Target offers a variety of industry-standard communication interfaces. It ensures a seamless integration with any existing or new third party system for access control, logistic operations, security and parking. Nedap will demonstrate its new high-end reader during Intersec Dubai (17-19 January) at booth S1-D25.
The new All-over-IP topics helped leading global brands stand out on the show floor and highlight the new value for their sales partners All-over-IP Expo 2015, Russia's premier IP event since 2008, welcomed over 4200 local security and IT professionals to Sokolniki Moscow to explore the latest innovations and hear from the best in the industry over two amazing days on November 18 and 19. Sponsored by AxxonSoft, Milestone Systems, Hikvision, Basler AG, Quantum, Dahua, Bosch, GNS/ONCOM, Electronica. Bringing back a sense of awe and wonder: More than 180 leading brands from 20 countries showcased the latest technology to efficiently utilise IT infrastructure and secure assets and people. With the new converged show environment, visitors explored the vast transformation of the IP industry. Identity management, IP access control, open platforms, HD/4K surveillance, video analytics, data storage, IP networks and the cloud were capturing the show floor. Among other exciting debuts, 2N, Canon, Commend, Lex Computech, Morpho, Quantum, Seagate, Vingtor-Stentofon joined the exhibition to accelerate the local IP industry change. Reshaping partner ecosystems: The new All-over-IP topics corresponded to the fastest growing markets in Russia for 2016, and helped leading global brands stand out on the show floor and highlight the new value for their sales partners. Bringing a new definition to developing sales networks, All-over-IP Expo 2015 launched a special initiative having verified and attracted over 1500 key local sales partners to ensure global brands could win and grow in Russia together with the right channel. The number of appointments scheduled online for the show exceeded 8000. Forward thinkers sharing ideas: Visitors took part in education sessions from over 100 industry experts, including Allied Telesis, Basler AG, Bosch, Dahua, Dell, EMC, Hitachi, MOBOTIX, Nedap, Oracle, Quantum, Schneider Electric, Seagate, Sony, Synology, Western Digital to name just a few. Insights for a new era of innovation were delivered to a captivated audience across seven theatres: Identity Management & Access Control; Intelligent Video 2.0/Machine Vision; Storage, Networks, Cloud; Smart City; Bosch Academy; Dahua Academy, Global Keynote Theatre. Due to the new topics and brands introduced in 2015, the percentage of new visitors reached 67%. This is not sci-fi: For two days, inspirational speakers were arguing on the future of the Internet of Things, Smart Cities and Intelligent Buildings that will hit the industry by 2020. Futurists included Peter Lindström from Axis Communications, Andrey Khristophorov from AxxonSoft, Jaroslav Barton from HID Global, Igor Rudym from Intel, Eugenia Ostrovskaya from KiwiSecurity, Maarten Mijwaart from Nedap, Anders Johansson from Milestone Systems and Wayne Arvidson from Quantum. Memoori Founder and MD Jim McHale made a great impression sharing how the IoT would revolutionise physical security and intelligent buildings by 2018. Redesigning IP business: CEO Summit saw big names from big companies take to the stage. AxxonSoft President Murat Altuev talked about his startup days covering most prominent risings and failures. Bosch Director Business Development Klaus Lienland advised on how security and IT integrators could benefit from Industry 4.0. AAM Systems MD Vadim Borisov presented on the global access control trends taking ground locally. Vicon VP Mark Provinsal and Hikvision Marketing Director Ksenia Elokhina stepped forward in time to consider the video surveillance industry of 2016 and beyond. Take advantage of All-over-IP 2016 Russia early-bird prices until December 18, 2015 and book stands, timeslots and sponsorship today!
Identification technology is at the heart of any access control system for vehicles and people Inspirational keynote hours delivered by security, video surveillance, identity management, access control, network and storage experts set the standard for the educational sessions at the All-Over-IP Expo in Moscow. Nedap Identification Systems General Manager, Maarten Mijwaart, will be hosting a session on the future of vehicle and people identification on November 18 (13:20pm - 13:55pm). The future of vehicle and people identification The current security industry is evolving rapidly. Identification technology is at the heart of any access control system for vehicles and people. In this technological filed more options than ever before are becoming available. UHF RFID is becoming a viable alternative for existing card technologies. Smart phones with NFC and Bluetooth are entering the access control arena as smart access credentials. Access control for vehicles based on semi-active RFID transponders is evolving into a next stage. All this identification technology is embedded in access control systems that can use an online, offline or nowadays even cloud based technology. What does all this mean for security installations? What are the opportunities ahead of us? What side effects should we take into account? Meet Nedap and partners Are you visiting the All-Over-IP expo and looking for more information about Nedap and its solutions for long-range vehicle and people identification? Join Nedap's session (November 18 - 13:20pm - 13:55pm) or visit Certified Nedap Partner AAM Systems (booth 1-7).
Nedap launches a new activity - ‘Nedap Mobility Solutions’ - within its business unit ‘Identification Systems’. Nedap Mobility Solutions enables people and vehicles in urban environments to swiftly and safely reach their destinations. The portfolio of Nedap Mobility Solutions comprises wireless vehicle detection sensors to assist motorists in quickly finding a parking bay and parking operators to optimise the utilisation. Moreover, city access control systems keeps pedestrians in shopping zones safe while ensuring taxis, police and ambulances can fulfill their tasks. Over the years Nedap has contributed to the optimisation of traffic flows in hundreds of cities and similar environments, such as university campuses and large airports. “There is a growing demand for traffic flow optimisation systems. However, this requires a specific set of skills, methodology and vocabulary to successfully implement these in demanding urban environments. With the introduction of Nedap Mobility Solutions, we will bring together all activities related to traffic flow optimisation in such environments. Our portfolio includes our system for wireless vehicle detection (SENSIT) and our system for city access control,” states Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. “We expect to expand and improve our systems for mobility in urban environments in the near future. The current interest in intelligent transport systems (ITS) in combination with upcoming technologies, such as the Internet of Things, offers numerous opportunities to address the mobility challenges of smart cities. We are at the dawn of a new era in which we will solve the mobility challenges of our ever growing urban environments. Nedap Mobility Solutions can contribute to this solution, with promising ITS concepts and ready-to-use products that help solve the mobility challenges of today,” says Edwin Siemerink, Proposition Manager of SENSIT. The activities related to long-range and automatic identification of vehicles and people using RFID and ANPR will remain under the scope of Nedap Identification Systems.
The new office further strengthens Nedap's market position in Spanish and Portuguese security, traffic and parking industry Nedap Identification Systems, leading specialist in technology that identifies vehicles and people, opens a new office in Madrid, Spain. The expansion of the worldwide network enables Nedap to further strengthen its market position in the Spanish and Portuguese security, traffic and parking industry. The new office is a result of the increasing demand for systems for long-range identification, wireless vehicle detection and smart city access control in the Spanish and Portuguese markets. It brings Nedap Identification Systems closer to its local end-user and partner network to offer maximum local support and business resources. Delivering smart solutions for vehicle and driver identification “We have always believed in the potential of the Iberian economies and admire the highly innovative nature of projects in cities and private corporations. It is now time to show our commitment to the local market and improve the service we can provide when delivering smart solutions for vehicle and driver identification, smart city mobility and convenient long range access control”, says Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. “I am also very pleased that we can open this office in close collaboration with our long term distributing partner Idelcon.” "The continued commitment of Nedap allows us to provide prestige and satisfaction in every one of the solutions implemented in the Iberian market for 15 years. Pioneering technology of high efficiency, quality and continued development defines the products and people that are part of this great family that we are proud to accompany", says Elena Blanco, Managing Director of Nedap Identification Systems Iberia. The new office is located at Avda. de la Vía Láctea, 4. OF. 26., 28830 - San Fernando de Henares, Madrid – Spain.
The event welcomes professionals who seek a deeper understanding of business opportunities available in the IP-enabled world We are very excited to announce new big names who confirmed to speak at All-over-IP Expo 2015, to be held in Moscow on November 18–19. Inspirational keynote hours delivered by security, video surveillance, identity management, access control, network and storage experts set the standard for the educational sessions this year. Eric Fullerton, CEO, Vicon Industries. Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager, Nedap Identification Systems. Erik Ejdrup, VP Sales, Ubiquitech. Baudouin Genouville, Global Alliance and Integration Manager, Suprema. John Waghorne, IAM Principal Product Manager, Oracle Corporation. Back in 2008, All-over-IP Expo began as a community welcoming professionals who seek a deeper understanding of business opportunities available in the IP-enabled world. We have been building a clearinghouse of knowledge and future vision from the world's most inspired business leaders ever since. Speakers to meet local sales partner and customers In 2015, global top-level keynote speakers are to meet up with local sales partner and customers across six theatres including Identity Management and Access Control Conference, Intelligent Video 2.0/Machine Vision Conference, Intelligent Video 2.0: Storage, Networks, Cloud Conference, Smart City Conference, Global Keynote Theatre and CEO Sessions. All-over-IP Expo 2015 is a networking platform for global IT, surveillance and security vendors, key local customers and sales partners where they share knowledge and exchange ideas that are financially rewarding for business. All-over-IP Expo brings together major brands to ensure the best marketplace for the latest technology and innovation, and to lead customers to the Next Big Thing.
TRANSIT Ultimate is purposely built for vehicular access control in high-security application Nedap, leading specialist in vehicle identification and detection technology, launches TRANSIT Ultimate at IFSEC 2015. This new long-range reader with new semi-active transponders is launched as the next generation of Nedap’s RFID platform for vehicle and driver identification. TRANSIT Ultimate will be introduced at IFSEC 2015, the international platform for security innovation and expertise that takes place in London from 16 until 18 June. As the leading specialist in Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI), Nedap Identification Systems anticipates to the growing demand for advanced vehicle access control by introducing the TRANSIT Ultimate. It is the successor of TRANSIT Standard, the proven long-range vehicle and driver identification reader that has been leading in the market for over 15 years. TRANSIT identifies vehicles and drivers at a distance of up to 10 metres (33 ft.) and a travelling speed of up to 200 km/h (125 mph) by using semi-active (2.45 GHz) RFID technology. New and improved features TRANSIT Ultimate is purposely built for vehicular access control in high-security applications and under heavy environmental conditions. Except for the improved industrial antenna and housing design, the new TRANSIT Ultimate contains a second communication channel at 433 MHz that enables a wider bandwidth for communication between readers and tags. Tag authentication using AES encryption is incorporated to help prevent cloning of tags and replay-attacks. TRANSIT Ultimate offers the following new and improved features: Advanced antenna design Tag authentication based on AES encryption Semi-active RFID technology based on two frequencies (2.45 GHz and 433 MHz) Integrated Squelch Upgrade Board for read range adjustment Configurable 3 colour LED indication USB Interface for communication with reader Tamper Switch detects changes by unauthorised persons Bonnet support strut for easy installation “TRANSIT Ultimate is the worthy successor of TRANSIT Standard, which has been deployed successfully in thousands of installations all over the world. Every day millions of cars, taxis, buses, trucks and other vehicles are identified with our RFID technology. In the new TRANSIT Ultimate we maintained what was good, but we added some new features as well to ensure that TRANSIT will remain the technology of choice for our partners in every application with demanding requirements related to read range, security and configurability,” states Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems. Smart transponders and Boosters "TRANSIT Ultimate has been deployed successfully in thousands of installations all over the world" Nedap adds new tags to its portfolio that support this authentication. Nedap also introduces new Boosters (transponder with integrated card reader) that function with smartcard technologies, such as HID, MIFARE and LEGIC. Vehicles and drivers can be identified securely. The new Boosters will also support writing information on cards. Credits, offline access rights and other authorisations could for example be stored dynamically on the personal access control card when a vehicle enters or leaves the secured perimeter. Compatibility and integration TRANSIT Ultimate by default is fully backward compatible with existing TRANSIT Standard installations. A variety of interfaces ensure seamless and flexible integration into third party systems for security, parking, logistics and traffic applications. Visit Nedap during IFSEC 2015 at booth E1450 to find out more about the TRANSIT Ultimate.
The Certified Partner Program allows partners to get recognised as a committed Nedap partner Nedap, the leading specialist in vehicle identification and detection technology for security, parking and traffic, announces that a first group of partners is now officially certified according to the guidelines related to the Certified Partner Program that was introduced at end of 2014. Dedicated program for three sectors Nedap Identification Systems developed a dedicated partner program for the Long-Range Identification, Wireless Vehicle Detection and Smart City Access product lines. The Certified Partner Program allows partners to get recognised as a committed Nedap partner. Moreover, they obtain access to benefits related to this program, such as additional sales tools, marketing resources, combined marketing opportunities and additional access to technical information and trainings related to products. The three certification programs are: Nedap Certified Partner for Long-Range Identification Relates to Nedap systems that offer fast, secure and convenient identification of vehicles and people in and around buildings and sites. Nedap Certified Partner for Wireless Vehicle Detection Relates to Nedap wireless sensors that gather real-time parking status information from outdoor located parking spaces. Nedap Certified Partner for Smart City Access Relates to vehicle access control systems to restrict traffic in designated areas in city centres, such as shopping areas and historical centers. Recognised as committed partners A Nedap Certified Partner is a qualified representative with adequate knowledge and skills related to the planning, installation and implementation of Nedap products. They show commitment to the Nedap brand and provide high-quality technical support to customers in one of the three sectors. The first groups of Nedap Certified Partners include: Long-Range Identification: AAM Systems (Russia), Identity Warehouse (South Africa) Nortech Control, (United Kingdom) and IDelcon (Spain) Wireless Vehicle Detection: AAM Systems (Russia), AGK (Ireland), Flow (Belgium), Vialis (Netherlands), IDelcon (Spain), Infracontrol (Sweden), Traffic Technologie Système (France) and IPSens (United States) Smart City Access: ST&D and BAM Infratechniek Mobiliteit (Netherlands) Improved competitive position Nedap expects to announce more certified partners soon. “We are extremely proud to announce this first group of partners that have chosen to become certified and recognised as a valued partner. Most of these partners have worked with us for many years. We are very happy that we can finally offer them the opportunity to get recognised for their loyalty, commitment and hard work to promote and successfully install our products. Furthermore, this also creates good opportunities for the end users of our products. It will now be easier to identify those vendors that have a proven track-record in building successful installations with our products. In the upcoming months more committed business partners are expected to get certified worldwide,” explains Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager of Nedap Identification Systems.
Wouter Vansteenkiste will strengthen the team that manages Nedap’s worldwide partner channel Nedap has appointed Wouter Vansteenkiste as Senior Channel Development Manager of Nedap Identification Systems, leading specialist in systems for automatic identification of vehicles and people and wireless detection of vehicles in parking bays. Vansteenkiste will strengthen the team that manages Nedap’s worldwide partner channel. He brings 18 years of experience in product and business development, representing security company Lenel for the last six years. “We are very pleased to welcome Wouter Vansteenkiste to our team. Expanding our channel management is another step towards achieving a leading market position in the security and parking industry. This expansion supports our objective to provide the best partner support possible so that we enable our valued partners to deliver the best solutions possible, based on our expanding portfolio of RFID readers and wireless sensors,” explains Maarten Mijwaart, General Manager Nedap Identification Systems. “I’m excited to join such a high-performing and enthusiastic professional team. There is a lot of momentum as the business unit expands internationally. The years ahead will provide exciting new opportunities and challenges for addressing the needs of Smart Cities and true long range ID. Nedap definitely has a distinctive combination of knowledge and entrepreneurship to tackle these opportunities and challenges. Next to world class products, partner support is one of the cornerstones to offer end-users superior products and solutions backed by unparalleled support” said Wouter Vansteenkiste.
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