Smartphone-based access control
With SALTO’s JustIN technology smartphones can be integrated conveniently and beneficially into access control solutions. JustIN Mobile BLE allows doors to be opened with a smartphone. With JustIN mSVN NFC the smartphone turns into an update terminal for credentials.
JustIN Mobile employs Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) for communicating between the smartphone and electronic locks. The mobile key is sent Over the Air (OTA) from the ProAccess SPACE management software to an installed JustIN Mobile app at a registered and verified smartphone. The user receives a message that he has a new key and for which doors he has access rights. Then, they only need to present the smartphone to the lock and start communication via the Mobile app. All data transmission and the mobile key itself are encrypted and secured against cloning.
Users can receive mobile keys anytime and anywhere. By this, access control solutions gain even more flexibility for issuing and receiving access rights, without sacrificing security.
JustIN Mobile can be used along with or as a replacement of RFID credentials.
JustIN mSVN (mobile SALTO Virtual Network) is a technology developed by SALTO for updating access rights for credentials employing mobile communications, the mSVN app and the NFC (Near Field Communications) interface of smartphones. By these means, the SVN can be expanded to locations where no online wall reader is available. With mSVN, access rights can be updated via direct communication between the smartphone and the credential exactly where and when these are needed.
New access rights and black list information are sent to authorized and registered users from ProAccess SPACE to the mSVN app. The NFC-enabled smartphone then serves as an update point for credentials that an XS4 online reader usually does. The end-user updates the credential by presenting it to the smartphone using the mSVN app.
All data transfer is encrypted and secured using Mifare DESFire EV1 technology.