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Identiv to showcase networked physical access solution at Cisco Live! Las Vegas

Published on 12 July, 2016
The Identiv Connected Physical Access Manager (ICPAM) is a distributed intelligent physical access control solution
Identiv will show how the ICPAM solution can control of devices connected via IoT

Identiv has announced that it will present its networked physical access solution at Cisco Live! Las Vegas. Cisco Live! is Cisco's premier education and technical updating destination for IT professionals, customers, experts, and partners.

Physical access control solution

The Identiv Connected Physical Access Manager (ICPAM) is a distributed intelligent physical access control solution, providing state-of-the-art secure access to facilities using standards-based networking, is backwards compatible for legacy wiring topologies and devices, and seamlessly integrates within the Cisco security ecosystem. The ICPAM solution is available immediately through Cisco Authorised Technology Provider (ATP).

IoT devices

During Cisco Live! Las Vegas, Identiv will show how the ICPAM solution can control more than access to doors and other portals, demonstrating control of devices connected via the Internet of Things (IoT), such as a custom soda machine and train set. The soda machine will be enabled with a contactless reader and Identiv will create custom, temporary badges (credits) that will be enrolled via a wedge enroller. Each credit will feature specific use limits and parameters to control access, and attendees are invited to use their allotted credit to choose a refreshing drink.

The train set will be enabled with individual tags on each car. For each tag, a unique datalog and URL trigger will be sent into the Cisco VSM. Attendees will be able to search by credential to view all video associated with each tag. This technology is already being evaluated by two well-known organisations. A major automotive company is considering using the technology in manufacturing processes for quality assurance throughout production, like a virtual vehicle identificat ion number (VIN). Additionally, a major American motorcycle company is considering using the technology in order to provide a video of each motorcycle’s entire build process to the new owner.


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