EAL implements OSS Standard within ATS access control

Published on 28-11-2016 by Glenn vd Berg

EAL extended the existing ATS access control portfolio by introducing next  to the WCAN wireless electronic locks on-line the WCAN wireless electronics locks Off-line and therefore meeting the new Open Security standard (OSS).

The OSS Association focuses on the development of open standards  in the field of security.

The initial focus of the OSS is developing a standard for offline locks: OSS Standard Offline. This is an open standard for the exchange of data on card "offline access control ''. The main purpose of the standard is to ensure that customers can seamlessly in one integrated access control system combining the online and offline components of their own choice.

EAL provides a brief explanation of the Open Security Standard "through a short video that can be seen under the tab 'media'.

 

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