XPressEntry is a portable badge verification hardware and software solution that works with most physical access control systems (PACS) and scans most badge technologies. Handheld badge readers from XPressEntry swiftly check employee and guest badge information, such as name, photo ID, and permissions, against an existing access control database.
Your safety and security personnel can keep track of where employees are at all times by keeping facility occupancy statistics up to date. With both cellular and WiFi connections, XPressEntry can stay connected from anywhere, but if these aren't accessible, it will continue to operate offline until data becomes available again.
- Record and view entry / exit info – Enter and exit data may be recorded and viewed. From anywhere, authenticate employee and visitor credentials such as badges, government IDs, fingerprints, and iris scans. View all users' entry and departure behavior in real time within a complicated facility. Even add new employees and visitors to the access control database from anywhere, ensuring a thorough and accurate count of everyone on the premises.
- Real-time updates with database – When so much is occurring in day-to-day operations, it's critical to keep security and critical emergency personnel up to date on the most recent information. XPressEntry portable scanners employ cellular or WiFi connectivity to sync all personnel and visitor activity, occupancy, and safe statuses with the current physical entry control system on a continuous basis (PACS).
- Offline entry/exit recording – If both cellular and WiFi connectivity is lost, XPressEntry will record all occupancy statuses and store them locally in offline mode to guarantee that no employee or guest statuses are lost. All recorded data will be instantly synchronized with the XPressEntry server and physical access control system (PACS) once cellular or WiFi connectivity has been restored, keeping everyone and everything up to date.
- Rugged handheld readers – The XPID Series handheld badge readers from XPressEntry come with a variety of options for various business applications. The XPID100 PDA fits in the palm of your hand like a cell phone, whereas the XPID101 GUN has a handle and is held like a pistol. Both readers can withstand several drops from 1.5 meters and are dust, heavy rain, and snow resistant.
- Ubiquitous badge reading capability – Maintain compatibility with legacy systems while future-proofing your full access control solution. XPressEntry handhelds read more badge technologies than any other in the industry, including SEOS, iClass, Prox, Casi, Indala, Mifare, PIV, and DESFire EV2, and can poll for both HF and LF credentials at the same time. For present and future physical access control systems, XPressEntry portable readers provide the most flexibility and compatibility (PACS).
- Certified security system integration – More than 20 industry-leading physical access control systems (PACS) have been approved with XPressEntry, including Software House, LenelS2, Honeywell, Genetec, Identiv, AMAG, Keyscan, RS2, Galaxy, Open Options, IDenticard, and many more. Is your PACS missing from this list? Visit our XPressEntry integrations page to get a comprehensive list of accomplished integrations.
- Continuous Software Improvements – The XPressEntry server provides frequent software upgrades with security enhancements and expands the functionality of XPressEntry. Additionally, the server provides device administration, allowing each XPressEntry handheld reader to be assigned distinct emergency mustering, access restriction, and/or event modes. If different modes are allowed to satisfy unique business demands, users can switch between them immediately on the portable reader.
- Robust Software Security – Telaeris makes it a priority to stay on top of the newest cybersecurity standards. RSI Security has certified XPressEntry as secure against external threats using suitable security measures and encryption after a penetration test. TLS 1.2 secure protocols are used to enable end-to-end encryption between the XPressEntry handheld readers and the server. All additional data on the XPressEntry portable readers is secured with AES256, which is the same encryption used by the United States government.