Smartphone Credentials - Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies - Facility Management Product Release
aptiQmobile's access control credentials are enabled via an app. Cloud service sends a secure mobile credential directly to the user's NFC-enabled smartphone. Once the mobile credential is downloaded, the user opens the app and taps his or her smartphone on the reader in the same way one uses an ID card.
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