NetworkOnCard® - oplossing op de badge
Interflex presenteerde op de CeBIT 2007 de mogelijkheden van intelligente RFID-chipkaarten, waarbij door middel van NetworkOnCard® on- en offline-toegangscontrole kunnen worden geïntegreerd en gegevens in de dialogen met de kaart kunnen worden geactualiseerd.
Integration of online and offline functions by RFID
At this year's CeBIT fair, Interflex Datensysteme GmbH & Co. KG, an Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies business, will publicly introduce the possibility to use chip cards for integrating online/ offline access control functions. Access authorizations assigned to specific access points and also the validity periods of credentials can be updated and changed as many times as desired.The validity period of offline authorizations has to be restricted to such an extent that credentials, which have been lost or stolen, become invalid within only a few hours. Thus, unauthorized access to adequately secured access points can safely be excluded.That is the way, the network literally 'moves' on to the card and a rewritable chip transforms itself into an active security component.
The NetworkOnCard® technology allows the user to download the current access authorizations for access points protected with offline terminals when the card holder books in at an online terminal. Users simply must present their credentials at the time recording terminal as they are accustomed to. Access authorizations assigned to each person are stored on the system in a user's access profile. Data is transferred without contact to the memory chip on the card.
Besides that, offline terminals such as PegaSys, communicate via credentials.Offline terminals can thus be configured via credentials, access transactions recorded in log files on the online system and important information, such as the battery load status, transmitted.