Nohmad 2.1 - Mifare Terminal
This model in the Nohmad 2.1 range allows workers to be identified with contactless MIFARE cards and other smart cards or tokens that meet ISO14443 operating in the 13.56MHz band, the most widely used contactless Standard in the world.
The Nohmad 2.1 reads the unique Serial Number (UID), which means it can be used safely with cards from/for other applications, harnessing the multi-purpose nature of MIFARE technology.
These advantages, along with its modest costs, make it an ideal device for industry sectors supplying low margin services across multiple sites, which also require both accurate and immediate attendance records. NOTE: Performance will be affected by prevailing network coverage and conditions.
Enterprise partners providing Time & Attendance (T&A) software typically face two problems when considering new hardware:
Talking to the device - every device has its own way of working, as controlled by the on-board firmware. Software companies have to modify their code to connect with the firmware and take advantage of the features of the device.
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Monitoring the device - given that T&A devices are routinely integrated with payroll and/or billing routines, a faulty device can have significant financial impact on the end user. Software companies have to constantly monitor devices and react to faults.
Fastlane offers a fast-track to solving both of these problems:
Standardised API - Fastlane provides a simple route to having a mixed economy of devices. Our software engineers have undertaken the difficult background work, producing a standardised environment that conceals the complexities of how to interface with to each different device types. It provides a generic API mechanism for developers to use. They learn one language and Fastlane automatically translates their commands for each device.
Cloud-based Device Management - As well as providing the common API language, Fastlane also helps to monitor and manage the 'health' of the estate of remote devices by keeping track of which devices are online, gathering diagnostic information about devices and supporting remedial features such as reboots and firmware upgrades. Software developers can control the standard settings that should be applied across their fleet of time and attendance devices, and to co-ordinate the hardware estate of their customers.