stratus-io Time and Attendance by Cloud-In-Hand Solutions Framework with the idChamp® NF4 RFID-NFC reader provides unmatched flexibility and convenience to read every type of RFID employee ID badge credential in common use (and many not so common) for attendance, training, meetings, and emergency evacuations. The Lillitab desktop kiosk shown in this video provides a convenient secure kiosk form factor (locked with a physical key) for unattended operations. Floor stand and wall-mount options are also available. Kiosks can support many Android and iOS devices. Cloud-In-Hand Solutions Framework can also provide soft
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A manufacturing company was having trouble accurately understanding who was operating forklifts on-site. Forklift operators had Bluetooth Beacons that were detected and authenticated by their on-board Android application to register usage and task completion. Operators would leave the beacon on the forklift and enable anyone to drive without proper approval and management. For example they had one report indicating an operator drove for 56 hours straight. This made it impossible for the company to understand which employee was responsible for the forklift and how effective they were at completing tasks.
Need automatic construction site check-in and offsite check-out resource tracking for employees and contractors? This video demonstrates how the idChamp R680 portal performs automatic checkin/checkout tracking when employees and contractors move onsite and offsite. Data is instantly uploaded and provides companies real-time reporting of resource use and provides records for required safety certifications. Straight forward to deploy with a well defined and controlled area for access to the site is available. The Portal in the video is under a ceiling panel, persons simply walk the path covered
How can iOS keyboard be used to send user specified data to a wirelessly connected device? SerialMagic Keys iOS provides a ‘Command Key’ option to send user defined data to trigger some event on the device connected to BlueSnap M6A DB9 connector serial port e.g. to trigger scale to send weight, RFID reader to read tag, sensor to take measurement, barcode scanner to read barcode, etc. Open SerialMagic Keys app on iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, then tap on “Command Key” Choose the wireless device that SerialMagic Keys will send
How to use secure credential stored in smartphone wallet to check-in? Use unique credential stored in smartphone wallets (e.g. google pay) for event checkin, for restricted access checkin, controlled equipment use, emergency mustering and other solutions requiring secure credential like employee badge, or membership access.Cloud-In-Hand stratus-io Time & Attendance with idChamp® family, model NF4 badge reader makes it easy to use smartphone credential, and supports virtually every physical credential type like PROX, iCLASS, Seos, etc. for a single solution supporting multiple credential types simultaneously. Simply hold the smartphone to the NF4 badge reader,
Connect the AllFlex RS420 to iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch devices. The RS420 is MFi (Made For iOS) device, so needs initial connect in the iOS Bluetooth app, then the iOS app connects to it once that’s done. On power up, the RS420 auto-reconnects to the last device that it was connected to. Here we show how it’s connected first to iPhone11 then power OFF Bluetooth, press the RS420 menu button until menu appears, select “Bluetooth Settings” then “Select Device” then select the iOS device (search and connect to the iPad /
Shows how to connect Gallagher HR5 to iPad to scan RFID livestock tags. Since the Gallagher HR5 supports Bluetooth SPP (and WiFi) but not Bluetooth BLE this seems impossible. This video shows Gallagher HR5 connected to iPad using the BlueSnap bridge. HR5 can auto-connect at power-on to the bridge, making it easy to use HR5 with iPad iPhone iPod Touch. When auto-connect fails, simply connect manually as shown in the video. Once connected use iScanBrowser app as shown in video, or use SerialMagic Keys, Cloud-In-Hand Mobile Grid, and more. iScanBrowser posts RFID livestock tags
Shows how to connect Gallagher HR5 to iPad to scan RFID livestock tags. Since the Gallagher HR5 supports Bluetooth SPP (and WiFi), but not Bluetooth BLE this seems impossible. This video shows Gallagher HR5 connected to iPad using the BlueSnap bridge. HR5 can auto-connect at power-on to the bridge, making it easy to use HR5 with iPad iPhone iPod Touch. Once connected use iScanBrowser app as shown in video to posts RFID livestock tags to any website/web page without the user having to tap to get focus. Also use SerialMagic Keys, Cloud-In-Hand Mobile Grid,
How can the Gallagher HR5 be connected to and iPad or iPhone? Since the Gallagher HR5 supports Bluetooth SPP (and WiFi) but not Bluetooth BLE this seems impossible. This video shows Gallagher HR5 connected to iPad and posting livestock tags as keystrokes using SerialMagic Keys to Filemaker Go app. What’s not shown in the video is the SPP to BLE bridge that makes this possible. Contact serialio.com or see other serialio.com videos for Gallagher HR5 for details. Video below shows Gallagher HR5 connected to iPhone 11 and posting livestock tags as keystrokes using Cloud-In-Hand Mobile Grid Spreadsheet
SerialMagic Keys iOS connects wireless Bluetooth Tru-Test S3 Scale Head to iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch devices. Weight readings are posted from the rechargeable battery powered scale head as simulated keystrokes to all iOS apps. Connect multiple BLE devices simultaneously like UHF RFID readers, NFC readers, barcode scanners, calipers, sensors, and other devices. Use for 3rd party applications using Serial Device Manger (SDM) libraries. Shown here is idChamp Ultra-BB2e keyfob sized mobile UHF reader working with iPhone11 and ultra-tiny UHF chip. Have another type of scale or another Bluetooth capable device?