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MAR 2019

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ADVERTISEMENT Take a closer look at a new generation of UHF readers for Automatic Vehicle Identification (AVI) STid, trailblazer and market leader in the design of secure and instinctive solutions, introduces SPECTRE, a new generation of long- range ultra-high-frequency readers enabling fast vehicle identifica- tion process at the gate with the highest security levels. Automaticv Vehicle Identification (AVI) solutions bring conve- nience, traffic fluidity and security; whereas vehicle access control based on traditional proximity, remote control or barcode often results in people leaning uncomfortably out of their windows towards the reader to show their access credentials. Combining high security levels based on the latest industry standards, modularity making it adaptable to any field scenario and uncommon design, SPECTRE is the solution for all AVI applications. "This secure and smart solution has been designed in close col- laboration with our customers to ensure it meets the myriad of security requirements of a fast, automatic vehicle identification," says Vincent Dupart, STid CEO. Instinctive Vehicle Identification Based on the EPC1 Gen 2 standard and UHF passive technologies, the SPECTRE long-range reader offers unmatched reading distances up to 43 ft / 13 m and reliability for smooth vehicle access — making it the fastest reader on the AVI market. AUTOMATIC VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION Secure and Streamline Vehicle Gate Access Fully scalable and modular, SPECTRE can cover all security issues and configurations, even in highly challenging environments. It can manage up to four driveways handling access of a mixed fleet of vehicles (light, heavy and motorcycles), identification on wide lanes, or even distinct access control for four lanes of vehicles. The solu- tion can be tailored to a customer's needs, while ensuring that all features and security levels can be upgraded at any time. Support- ing a large variety of standard communication interfaces (Wiegand, Clock & Data, RS232 and RS485) and the OSDP™ industry standard, it enables seamless integration into any existing or new access control systems. For more fluidity, the reader can be controlled by ground loop or presence detector. The Highest Levels of Security The reader provides proven and unprecedented security, allowing users to sign UHF credentials, using encryption methods recognized by independent certification bodies in information security. This high security function enables faster authentication and prevents UHF credential cloning without compromising performance. The enhanced vandal-proof structure withstands knocks and malicious acts. The weather-resistant reader is IP66-rated and designed for outdoor uses in harsh environments: vibration, dust, heavy rain, sea air, etc. "We have developed user-friendly and free tools to configure the readers in few seconds via USB cable or UHF card," says Maé Tholoniat, STid's Security Product Manager. A stealth design with strong lines — along with a range of custom- ization options — ensures it integrates easily into a corporate envi- ronment for swift adoption. "SPECTRE is the perfect blend of security, performance, reliabil- ity, flexibility and a unique design all in a simple solution. Reach- ing excellence to deliver best-in-class products is always a goal for STid," Dupart says. "The continuous improvement and innovation are strong and shared values in our company. We have pushed our 22-years of know-how and expertise in SPECTRE." For more information, visit Join STid at ISC WEST in Las Vegas - Booth #30101 Winner of a New Innovation Award at Expoprotection A jury of nine end-user experts recently awarded SPECTRE from more than 30 participants in the "Risques Malveillance et Incendie" category for its ability to make UHF long distance identification both instinctive and extremely secure. 56 Security Business / / March 2019

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