HID Origo will allow the development of new applications and integrated solutions for the complete HID installed base of millions of devices and access control systems, all at the same time.
AUSTIN, Texas – HID Global announces the availability of its HID Origo Cloud platform, which says it opens a new world of opportunities for partners to create more fluid and intuitive work experiences based on HID's access control infrastructure.
The platform combines HID technologies for mobile IDs (and location services in the future) with its access control architecture to link physical security and a wide range of building applications, services and IoT use cases through a unified platform. Cloud Experience, according to the company.
"HID Origo lays the foundations for a broad ecosystem of access control technologies based on the cloud, products, services and business models that will accelerate innovation in the workplace; dramatically increases the capabilities of our partners to create more connected and seamless building experiences for end users, "says Hilding Arrehed, vice president of cloud services, physical access control, HID Global." The platform will eliminate integration barriers between access control systems and intelligent building applications, and we will continue to expand its value with capabilities that will further improve the way people move safely through an installation and interact with their services. "
The new platform provides a model of innovation based on the application that offers a combination of integration, enabling, tools and services for developers, whose aim is to simplify the way in which partners, developers and resellers bring access control solutions to the market.
Instead of requiring complete solutions to be developed and allowing one client or site at a time, HID Origo According to the company, it will be possible to develop new applications and integrated solutions for the complete installed base of HID of millions of devices and access control systems.
So, how does HID Origo work? The platform incorporates cloud connections and IoT functionality as extensions of applications on mobile devices, readers and HID controllers, and gives developers direct access to this hardware through application programming interfaces (APIs) and hardware kits. software development (SDK) of HID Origo.
HIDDEN says the platform also allows data analysis for new capabilities, including configuring remote readers, maintaining the predictive access control system and detecting attempts for smoother and more personalized work experiences.
HID Origo can enable new business models to order and manage mobile IDs, such as subscription-based services. HID says that one instance of this includes a deployment by a world-leading biotechnology company that was one of the first to adopt Higo's Origo subscription services to order and manage the replacement of wireless IDs wirelessly when Employees lose or must replace their smartphones. The company has replaced its traditional access control readers with 2,300 iCLASS SE readers with Bluetooth capability to support its mixed environment of 12,000 mobile IDs and 40,000 Seos ID cards.
The company says that the subscription billing model offered through HID Origo makes it easier for the company to order and manage mobile device identifications while improving forecasting, budgeting and reporting. It can also expedite the transfer of mobile identification subscription licenses among employees and register multiple mobile IDs on multiple devices at no additional cost.