Is the entrance to your building known as the Main Entrance, Front Door, or HQ Front Door, HQ Door 1?
Why are open standards so important ?
An open standard is defined as a standard, the full specification of which can be accessed without any limits imposed by law, financial terms and conditions or a trade secret of the company which developed it.
World manufacturers of technical security systems, as well as IT solution providers, tend to support open standards, as they offer benefits for the manufacturers and end users alike.
This article highlights five key benefits for OSDP, which should be considered when specifying a new access control system.
Wiegand has been the de facto card reader protocol for years. The problem is that Wiegand isn’t secure and has some major technical limitations.