Privaris plusID Manager
Enrollment is the plusID issuance process which pairs a device with its user and readies it to be used for identity verification. plusID Manager is the secure software required for enrollment (a two-three minute process per user). It enables fingerprint templates to be added or removed from the device; multiple applications, facilities and/or card formats to be assigned to the device's programmable buttons; card formats to be added or changed (for physical access applications); and device configurations and timeout settings to be adjusted. For security purposes, the software prohibits any changes to an enrolled device without the device's owner authenticating for authorization.
The Enrollment Station communicates with plusID devices via USB or wirelessly via Bluetooth. The software is compatible with Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2 and Windows Vista.
The idBank from HID is a smart card containing card formats (access control IDs) that are securely transferred to plusID devices using the plusID Manager software. If the plusID device will be used in place of access cards or fobs to access doors and facilities (physical access), a card format must be loaded onto the plusID device via an HID idBank. Card formats from an idBank can be securely added or changed on the device.
idBanks can be ordered with HID®, CASI, or Indala® prox and HID iCLASS card formats, including Corporate 1000, in quantities of 25, 50, 100, 200 or 300.
Privaris Lane Transceiver
The Privaris Lane Transceiver enables plusID90 devices to be used for secure control of vehicle gates where transmission of user credential information over a range of 100 to 300 feet is required. The system is designed for applications that require biometrically assured identity verification without requiring vehicles to come to a stop to perform a biometric verification at a gate.
The Lane Transceiver combines Privaris' unique, patented wireless biometric devices with a specialized long range data gateway. The multi-function data gateway communicates with the plusID90 device via the IEEE 802.15.4 wireless protocol.
The Lane Transceiver can interface with existing access control systems using Wiegand or RS-232 connections. Once the Lane Transceiver receives a secure transmission of an authenticated credential from the plusID90, that credential (or access control ID) can be transmitted using the Wiegand interface, or for specialized applications, a more robust credential including specific device or application information can be transmitted using the higher bandwidth RS-232 interface.