Telaeris and Coppernic Partner on Identity Authentication Solution for Europe

Coppernic C-One2 handhelds embedded with Telaeris XPressEntry software adds new mobile access control functionality including emergency mustering, badge verification, and more.

SAN DIEGO - Nov. 14, 2019 - PRLog -- Telaeris, a handheld badge verification and emergency mustering solutions provider for physical access control systems (PACS), today announced its XPressEntry software integration with the rugged Coppernic C-One2 HF iCLASS | LF Prox handheld. XPressEntry and C-One2 together enable safety and security professionals in Europe to quickly muster employees during emergencies, perform identity authentication with handheld badge reading, record entries and exits where door readers are not practical, use employee badges for events or trainings, and much more.

XPressEntry's badge verification software enables users to access real-time facility occupancy information on the C-One2 handheld badge reader. Operators can quickly verify personnel badge information including name, photo ID, and permissions against the existing PACS database from anywhere, communicating over cellular or WiFi. In the event of an emergency evacuation, XPressEntry also provides an efficient emergency mustering solution which allows first responders to get the critical information they need including names, photo IDs, and last recorded location of unaccounted personnel to help save lives.

"Safety and security professionals in European markets now have access to a CE certified handheld badge reader providing them with extensive mobile access control capabilities for commercial and government facilities," said David Carta, chief executive officer, Telaeris. "Coppernic's device, combined with XPressEntry from Telaeris, allows security integrators and end-users to easily integrate handheld badge readers into their existing physical access control infrastructure."

"Workplace safety and security is real and growing challenge that our customers continue to face in this complex world," said Alexandre Jeanthon, Sales Executive, Coppernic. "The C-One2 handheld badge reader embedded with XPressEntry software enhances existing physical access control systems and is the ideal solution for mobile identity verification and access permissions."

XPressEntry is the worldwide leader for handheld badge verification, with integrations to most access control systems including Lenel, Software House, Genetec, AMAG, Galaxy, Honeywell, Identiv, RS2 Technologies, S2 Security, Open Options, IDenticard, Keyscan, Kantech and more. It has been penetration tested and certified as secure using appropriate security protocols and encryption.

The Coppernic C-One2 HF iCLASS | LF Prox handheld with cellular and WiFi connectivity is the ideal mobile device for badge verification and gateless access control from any place or space. It is equipped with the HID iCLASS Prox module capable of securely reading a multitude of access cards available in the market today, including HID's SEOS credential.

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