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Trusted driver identification with RFID
When it comes to driver identification, RFID and vehicles or materials handling equipment are inextricably linked. RFID user authentication ensures only authorized drivers and operators can access the vehicles and equipment, reducing risk and liability. In addition to offering maximum security, RFID provides assurance for recording, analyzing, controlling and billing of personal driver information.
You, too, can benefit from contactless authentication solutions, whether for commercial vehicles on the road, forklifts at the warehouse or fleet cars shared within the organization.
Discover why ELATEC delivers the optimal solution
There are many reasons to choose RFID solutions. They are small, robust, reliable and very convenient for their users. Errors when checking in or out with a card or filling out the control sheet are a thing of the past.
The only person who can move the car is the person truly authorized to do so. And as the manager, you can keep track of everything.
The FM Communicator is integrated with the ELATEC Reader.
Operations Manager, Fleet Management Systems Company WLL
RFID in theory and in practice
How you can benefit from RFID in other areasContactless user authentication and access control have become an indispensable part of our everyday work lives. Give your customers, employees and partners in other areas the convenience of RFID.
You have questions. We have answers.
With RFID, NFC and BLE solutions for driver identification, you can not only specify who is allowed to access a vehicle, but also for what purpose a person is allowed. All three systems can be easily integrated into existing logistics systems and they work without contact—i.e., they are more hygienic than fingerprint solutions, which is an advantage at a time when virus protection is a concern.
ELATEC’s universal readers are compatible with >60 transponder technologies, plus NFC and BLE. Our products are certified in up to 110 countries ... so you and your customers will be well-prepared to meet driver identification needs all over the world.
Yes, if you specify the correct settings. It is best to configure the reader with a defined "sleep mode" so it draws very little power when it is not active. But there are also many other options—e.g., setting the device to be active only when an RFID card or other transmitter is nearby or when a door is opened. You will certainly find the best choice for your individual driver ID application.
Our support team will be happy to advise you on this matter.