We add our Communication Unit to your existing access control solution. The Unit enables communications with a smartphone and checks the distance of this smartphone to a gate. This way, our App can be used as a virtual chip card.
That depends on the hardware that will be used for SEAMLESSᵐᵉ. As it is an add on, we’ve tested the integration with the most popular products for access control. However, minor structural arrangements might be necessary.
Yes. SEAMLESSᵐᵉ is an add on to existing access control systems. After integrating SEAMLESSᵐᵉ with your system, the contactless authentication as well as the given solution can be used.
Yes, SEAMLESSᵐᵉ replaces keys or keycards with smartphones.
Not everyone in my company has got a business phone or even a smart phone. Do we need to get business phones for everyone?
Doesn’t the app need too much power?
We work with SBLEC (Secure Bluetooth Low Energy Communication), that allows SEAMLESSᵐᵉ to work with a minimum of energy.
SEAMLESSᵐᵉ can work very securely in a distance of about 20 meters. The distance can be set manually, as the needed distance depends on the use case. For a car we would need a longer distance then for a gate that can be walked through.
What happens if I change my mind and don’t want to enter?
No. SEAMLESSᵐᵉ enables contactless authentication. However, if an extra layer of security and a unique identification is needed, an abuse detection by gait can be added.
After about 10 minutes of learning, SEAMLESSᵐᵉ can ensure a unique identification. After that, SEAMLESSᵐᵉ gets better every time a person walks with the Smartphone in their pocket, and will be able to recognize, if it’s another person even if the correct person changes their way of walking (for instance because they changed their shoes).
With a strong deviation, the system will ask for a fall back (e.g. a fingerprint or a pin code) to make sure it can trust the new way of walking. Afterwards it will learn to include this pattern in the authentication.
What happens if I have my smartphone in my bag?
SEAMLESSᵐᵉ works best, if the smartphone is close to the hips (where it actually measures the gait). However, if someone usually carries their phone in a bag, SEAMLESSᵐᵉ can also learn that.
However, if it is necessary to monitor where your employees are in your buildings, for example for security reasons, this can be done with SEAMLESSᵐᵉ if your employees agree on it.