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Nedap selects STid’s Architect readers adding security, biometrics and mobile access


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STid, the developer of high security contactless identification and Nedap, a provider of access control solutions, have joined forces in the access control market. The partnership primarily focuses on integrating STid’s high security expertise into the Nedap AEOS-proposition. This close collaboration makes STid a Nedap Technological Partner.

Nedap is a provider of Physical Access Control solutions that contribute to the freedom of movement in everyday life, by protecting people, information, property and products. STid is an internationally recognised company based in France and a developer of wireless identification solutions using RFID, NFC and Bluetooth technology.

The main focus of the partnership between the two companies is the integration of STid’s high security solutions into Nedap’s AEOS platform. STid joins the Nedap Technology Partner Program with its high secure solutions. These solutions provide Nedap’s AEOS customers with:

  • More security with credential and readers
  • Cost effectiveness with an optimised infrastructure.
  • More options for security with one, two or three factor identifications solutions like Biometric access via template-on-card
  • An improved customer experience with the use of the smartphone as a high secure credential (STid Mobile virtual cards)

“Our workshops did enable us to test the integration of Architect readers, also with biometric options and Stid Mobile Virtual cards. Mutually we can easily say, STid and Nedap hardware are a perfect match.” explains Wesley Keegstra, Integration Manager in Nedap.

“Nedap and STid have a shared ambition: we want to provide organisations with the best possible solutions to protect their people and strategic assets. The integration of our propositions is seamless. We are planning on building a new common solution based on the best of both worlds to help organisations confront the new security challenges they are facing”, says STid CEO, Vincent Dupart.


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