The Boosters enables long range driver identification. Driver based ID systems ensure that a vehicle can never get access to a secured area unless occupied by an authorized driver. The Booster is used in combination with a personal access credential. It is an easy to integrate solution for vehicle access, which eliminates the need to issue new cards.
Driver based identification, how does it work?
The driver based tag is made up of two elements.
1) Building access card
2) In-vehicle Booster
The Booster is placed on the windshield on the inside of a vehicle. When an authorized building access card is inserted into the Booster it will be read and then boosted to the external Nedap TRANSIT reader. The TRANSIT reader transmits the credential ID to any standard back end security panel. If the credential is authorized and access is granted the gate will open automatically. Removal of the Driver ID is ensured by designing the system to require that the access card is also used for building access.
Matching vehicle and driver
Optionally a separate ID (vehicle ID) can be programmed in the Booster hardware on certain models, this allows you to match the right driver with the right vehicle.
Boosters are available for almost all card technologies:
Typical applications for the Booster are high secured areas like airports, seaports, military bases, utility companies, corporate and educational campuses, police, fire and other installations where vehicles must be assigned to a specific driver.