Intellicheck Mobilisa successfully integrated its Defense ID® system with AMAG's Symmetry v7.0.1 Intellicheck Mobilisa, Inc., a global leader in identity solutions and wireless security systems, has become a member of AMAG Technology’s Symmetry™ Extended Business Solutions Program as a Certified Partner. AMAG Technology is the market leader in the design and manufacture of fully integrated access control and IP video security solutions around the world. As an AMAG Certified Partner, Intellicheck Mobilisa’s Defense ID® system has been integrated with AMAG’s Symmetry Security Management System, an advanced access control, video surveillance and intrusion detection solution. It is the most widely installed integrated access control system worldwide and is designed for small systems to the largest, meeting the needs of the smallest office or school all the way to multinational corporations, government agencies, universities, hospitals, offices, energy providers, data centers and manufacturing plants. Dr. Bill Roof, CEO of Intellicheck Mobilisa, said, “As an AMAG Certified Partner, Intellicheck Mobilisa is aligned with the company with the most widely installed integrated access control system worldwide. This certification demonstrates IDN’s adherence to the critical requirements and guidelines established by AMAG. Importantly, as a Certified Partner, we have the opportunity to broaden our customer base to include those who rely on AMAG for their fully integrated security solutions. We are grateful to partner with AMAG and look forward to expanding our business together.” Intellicheck Mobilisa successfully integrated its Defense ID® system with Symmetry v7.0.1. The integration comprises several features. First, the remote registration feature of the Company’s IM2610 portable TWIC reader can be used to register TWIC cards for existing Symmetry card holders. Second, TWIC validation can be secured for both visitors/vendors and registered Symmetry card holders. Third, an Auto Symmetry card deactivation will occur if a holder’s TWIC is found on the Common Access Card Cryptographic Logon (CCL) during registration. Fourth, an alert/email notification will be generated if a visitor/vendor or cardholder TWIC is found on the CCL. Finally, in addition to receiving TWIC and driver’s licenses, the IM2610 can be paired with two Bluetooth devices for reading other card types: the IM2612 PROX-RFID reader for low-frequency cards, and the IM2613 passport reader.
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