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Nedap's Long-Range RFID Portfolio Upgraded with Latest OSDP Standard

Nedap will make OSDP V2.1.7 available for both its TRANSIT and uPASS long-range RFID product line.

Nedap is excited to share the upcoming OSDP upgrade within Nedap’s long-range RFID reader portfolio for automatic vehicle identification. The portfolio will be upgraded and compatible with V.2.1.7 of the Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) standard. This upgrade supports the interoperability of our reader portfolio with a growing number of access control and security products. Over the last few years, an increasing number of access control panel manufacturers are supporting OSDP technology and this upgrade enables seamless integration supported by a highly secured communication standard. Nedap will make OSDP V2.1.7 available for both its TRANSIT and uPASS long-range RFID product line.

Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) Standard

OSDP has been developed by the Security Industry Association (SIA). According to SIA, OSDP offers high security and advanced functionalities. The protocol enables bi-directional and encrypted communication based on Secure Channel Protocol (SCP). In addition, for example, OSDP enables monitoring wiring to protect against attack threats. Since OSDP is offering secure and bi-directional communication between the reader and third party controller platform, the OSDP upgrade enables security professionals to simplify secured vehicle access.

Automatic Vehicle Identification Specialist

Nedap is specialized in advanced solutions for Automatic Vehicle Identification for over the past decades. A unique portfolio is developed by Nedap with high-performance long-range RFID and License Plate Recognition systems. Nedap has been at the forefront of simplifying secure vehicle access for decades while keeping high accuracy in mind. Security and Parking professionals have been able to improve their operations by benefitting from the latest automatic vehicle identification solutions, by choosing Nedap technology.

OSDP in Vehicle Access Control

We would like to encourage technical specialists to order a demo kit and validate OSDP in vehicle access control applications. For security professionals, OSDP compliancy offers a great opportunity to talk to your customer base about the relevancy of OSDP in security and access control.

To give you a complete picture of the opportunities of our updated RFID reader portfolio, Nedap Identification Systems will present a webinar on the 14th of May, 10.00 AM (CEST). Within this webinar, Ido Wentink (Proposition Manager) and Hans Rappard (Product Specialist), will present in 30 minutes all ins and outs about Nedap’s OSDP upgraded long-range RFID portfolio. Curious? Feel free to register via this link.

About NedapNedap 

Since the company’s founding in  1929, Nederlandsche Apparatenfabriek ‘Nedap’ N.V. has been manufacturing smart technical applications for the challenges of today and tomorrow and selling them all over the world. Headquartered in Groenlo in the Netherlands, Nedap boasts a workforce of approx. 680 employees and operates on a global scale, while the company has been listed on Euronext Amsterdam since 1947.

Nedap Identification Systems is the leading specialist in systems for long-range identification, wireless vehicle detection, and city access control. Readers, sensors, and controllers optimize, monitor, and control the movement of vehicles and people. Safe, secure, and efficient.

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