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User Authentication
in the Smart Campus

What you need to know

Increase security and convenience for students, faculty and staff with a unified access control system. 

From cafeteria to 3D printer: combine RFID cards and smartphone apps for a universal solution.

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Modern access control systems for a smart campusMaking everyday university life safe and convenient with RFID card and smartphone app

A university campus is a complex environment: students, faculty, and staff need easy access to various rooms, services, systems, and devices on campus to work productively. At the same time, unauthorized individuals must not be allowed entry or access. After all, people, sensitive data, and university facilities and assets must be reliably protected.

Many colleges and universities already use RFID cards to manage access to academic facilities, administrative offices and student dormitories. In the course of digitization, however, forward-looking universities need solutions that can integrate all available technologies without any problems. Today, modern systems for user authentication and access control combine RFID cards and smartphone applications that use Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) or Near-Field Communication (NFC). 

This white paper identifies the many possible applications for user authentication and access control with RFID cards and smartphones in everyday university life. It shows which advantages corresponding systems offer in terms of user-friendliness, security and administrative effort. In addition, you will learn which criteria must be observed for the successful implementation of a future-proof solution.

Read this white paper to learn how higher education institutions can benefit from user authentication and access control that combines RFID and BLE/NFC, and the factors to consider when implementing a universal solution.

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