Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) May 11, 2011
“Enhancing mobile identity with security that provides true access management is at the heart of the functional requirement defined by the critical infrastructure industry. As part of that, integration to and coordination/synchronization with the physical access system (PACS) is becoming mandatory. With the addition of the MBM product Suite from Enterprise Air, we will now be able to provide several end-to-end solutions consisting of handheld devices, identity and security software and PACS connectivity for our key markets including the maritime market for TWIC credentials, the Oil/Gas, power generation and transportation facilities. We believe that facility security officers will find that MaxID will offer the most complete, compelling and turnkey solution for integrating PACS systems to HSPD12 and proximity entry cards,” said Brian Skiba, President of MaxID Corp. US.
Bill Markel, CEO of Enterprise Air, will be joining MaxID to oversee the Mobile Security and Identity Solutions practice at MaxID Corp. Markel notes “MaxID, with its increasing strategic shift from a leading multimodal device maker to a more holistic solution provider and with its rapid dominance in the TWIC/PIV/CAC market place, is an ideal partner to work with for Enterprise Air. The MBM product suite is very complementary as it gains strong acceptance in the more commercial side of the critical infrastructure market.”
The Mobile Badge Management (MBM) Suite verifies various card-based credentials such as proximity, HID iClass. MiFare and Desfire cards. MBM is the industry-leading mobile solution that verifies entry credentials and ensures fast and accurate accounting of employees and visitors to a facility – anywhere and anytime. The MBM Server provides bidirectional communications and exchange of information with a variety of physical access systems from manufacturers such as Lenel, Software House, AMAG, and Honeywell which represent 80% of the Enterprise PACS marketplace.
The MaxIDentity Suite contains a series of ready-to-use applications to read PIV, PIV-I, TWIC, CAC, FiXS, and FRAC smart cards as well as passports, ePassports, Seafarer ID cards, and driver’s licenses. The software suite is available on the MaxID line of multi-modal portable devices including the iDL500, iDL502, and iDL520 today. The MaxIDentity Suite was jointly developed by MaxID Corporation based in Fairfax, Virginia and MultiModal ID, LLC based in Falls Church, Virginia.
About MaxID Corporation
MaxID Corp is a leading provider of identity and security solutions. It designs, manufactures, and sells identity management solutions for a mobile environment. The company is headquartered in Fairfax, Virginia and has offices in Chesapeake, Virginia, Tampa, Florida, the United Kingdom, and South Africa.
MaxID Corp maintains a global research and development team that has more than 20 years experience introducing new technologies. The company's most advanced biometric handheld devices and application software solutions are manufactured in the United States and distributed worldwide. More than 25,000 identity devices are being deployed worldwide by customers such as the US Department of Defense, the US Department of Homeland Security, border and law enforcement agencies, and power generation and maritime facilities. For more information about MaxID Corp, please refer to the website http://www.maxidcorp.com or call +1 (703) 573-0125.
About Enterprise Air, Inc.
Enterprise Air is a leading provider of solutions for the physical security and emergency first responder segments of the Homeland Security market. Enterprise Air delivers an integrated suite of mobile applications that addresses the security and crisis management needs of the broad perimeter critical infrastructure customer market. Ones who utilize roaming guards, law enforcement officers, and emergency response workers. Examples of these applications are Mobile Badge Management (MBM), and Rapid Count Emergency Management System.
Enterprise Air’s packaged solutions extend physical security beyond existing gates and doors – connecting checkpoints with central command and IT systems; mobilizing security with handheld devices and portable equipment. The solutions provide a wide range of capabilities for accessing and updating information from physical security systems, both from mobile devices and from installed IT systems.