HID Global’s iCLASS SE® access
control platform enables customers to future-proof their access control
infrastructures while simplifying how identities are created, used and managed,
across a broad continuum of application requirements using any combination of
smart cards, microprocessor cards and NFC-enabled/Bluetooth smart phones. With
the iCLASS SE® access control platform, enterprises and organizations have
the assurance that their investments in today’s technologies can be leveraged
in the future.
iCLASS SE®readers are part of HID Global’s next
generation access control platform and open ecosystem based on HID Global’sSecure Identity Object™ (SIO), a
portable credential methodology and its Trusted Identity Platform™ (TIP) for
advanced applications, mobility and heightened security. iCLASS SE
®13.56 MHz contactless smart card
technology enables a new class of portable identity credentials that can be
securely provisioned and safely embedded into both fixed and mobile devices.
The readers support the ever-expanding
universe of multiple credential technologies for seamless migration and are
field programmable for secure upgrades and extended lifecycle.
- Streamlined Migration – Support for 125
kHz HID Prox
®, Indala®, AWID and EM4102 for seamless
migration; field programmable for secure upgrades through multiCLASS
- Powerfully Secure – Ensures data
authenticity and privacy through the multi-layered security beyond the card
technology, providing added protection to identity data using SIOs
- Technology-independent – Supports multiple
technologies including iCLASS Seos
™, iCLASS SE®, standard
®, and MIFARE DESFire®EV1 with custom data models
- Adaptable – Interoperable
with a growing range of technology environments and form factors including
mobile devices via Seos™
- Standardized Communications – Open Supervised
Device Protocol (OSDP) capable for secure, bidirectional communication.
With a focus on
sustainability, iCLASS SE® readers include intelligent power management
that reduces power consumption by as much as 75%. The readers are also built
using recycled content, which contributes toward LEED building credits.