STid: Protecting people, goods and data through secure identification and access control

STid: Protecting people, goods and data through secure identification and access control

It is with great pride that we can announce that leading manufacturer of instinctive, contactless security technologies STid has decided to join the online security trade show on STid invented the concept of instinctive security in 1996, redefining how organisations can protect their people, property and data with the most intuitive RFID-based access control readers and mobile ID solutions on the market.

STid: Protecting people, goods and data through secure identification and access control

STid is well-know for its distinctive and innovative portfolio of RFID readers, vehicle access solutions and of course its ground-breaking mobile ID platform. Over 100 million people worldwide are using STid products. Over 500 partners worldwide are installing and supporting the award-winning products of STid.

High security standards

STid is the first manufacturer in the market to be certified by a governmental organization to be GDPR* compliant.
Every product in the portfolio is designed with security in mind. STid is a firm supporter of industry standards like OSDP™ and SSCP. To meet critical industries’ specific needs, STid also delivers a range of high security access control readers complying with European Directives (99/92/EC and 94/9/EC) and ATEX (EN60079) & IECEx certification.

STid Mobile ID

STid has been one of the initiators of the mobile access control category. The STid Mobile ID platform consists of an app, portal and a large variety of multi-technology readers that support BLE and NFC. STid Mobile ID converts conventional access cards into virtual cards on smartphones, which can exist alongside or instead of traditional RFID cards.

A truly unique feature of the Mobile ID platform is that it supports various modes of user interaction, like the badge mode, tap tap mode, hands-free mode and slide mode. This enable users to carry out their job or activity without being hindered by security systems or policies, which greatly increases the support of these policies.

The platform is the most feature-rich and versatile mobile access control solution in the market today. It’s pricing model is straightforward, fair and cost-effective. Well documented SDK’s and an API are available to integrate the platform seamlessly with your security or line-of-business applications.

Architect Readers

With its range of innovative Architect® readers, STid has created the perfect blend of high security and upgradability. This is the first modular range of secure RFID, NFC (HCE) and Bluetooth® readers offering both flexibility and simplicity.

The Architect® series is intuitive and dynamic, and consists of 7 interchangeable modules that can easily be connected to a smart RFID core (optional Bluetooth®). The concept can be tailored to your needs, offering the optimum solution for any situation and ensuring that all functionalities and security levels can be upgraded across all your readers.

Easy vehicle access management

STid provides a full range of UHF EPC1 GEN2 long range readers and credentials. They are specially designed for all your hands-free, driver and vehicle identification and fleet management applications.

The SPECTRE – UHF long range reader is a perfect example of the distinctive design approach of STid. The reader looks astonishing stylish, but also offers great performance and is packed with features that greatly enhance the user experience.

The first products and solutions of STid are published. Stay tunes for more insights, updates and innovations from STid in the near future!

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  1. […] of course the most obvious current trend in identifying people is the use of smartphones. French identification technology specialist STid probably offers one of the most useful, effective, versatile and intrinsically secure Mobile ID […]

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