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macOS NFC Browser | Posts NFC & NDEF On Webpages

macOS NFC Browser Easily Posts NFC Records To Webpages First you need an easy way to post NDEF records from NFC tags to web pages in the browser. Secondly, it’s easy for users so they don’t need to tap in fields to get focus before NFC reads. Third, you need to post multiple NDEF records on the web page with a single NFC tag read. Use the macOS NFC Browser – iScanBrowser iOS runs on macOS with Apple M1 silicon and later. Install iScanBrowser From Apple App Store To get

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Emergency Preparedness Check-in Mobile Solution

Emergency Planner App Emergency Preparedness Check-in As an Emergency Planner, here you find the Emergency Preparedness Check-in solution with unmatched mobility. Cloud-In-Hand Time & Attendance performs Emergency Headcount during your emergency without fixed muster points (aka rally points).  Your flexible emergency check-ins can be any one, or all, of the following: SMS/TEXT Employee/Student RFID Badge Barcode Scanner iPhone or Android (Requires credentials stored in Apple/Google Wallet) App on iPhone or Android Manual check-in by department/floor manager Emergency Planner Bulletin – Inform People Of Emergency Information Importance Of Emergency Planner Bulletins

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Android Cabled RFID Attendance Kiosk

Android Cabled RFID Attendance Kiosk – Wireless Unauthorized First use the Android cabled RFID-NFC attendance kiosk when hard connections are desired. Second, wireless connections are not allowed some sensitive environments. In both cases, use a cabled RFID reader like the idChamp® brand NF2 NFC badge/tag reader shown here. Attendance Kiosk For Fast NFC-RFID Check-in First launch Stratus-io Time & Attendance app on Android. Second, enter the cloud-in-hand.com credentials associated with your Stratus-io Time and Attendance account. Third, connect the idChamp® NF2 NFC cabled reader in the app Serial Device Manager.

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Use Your iPhone As Employee Badge

iPhone As Employee Badge – iPhone Is Your Access Badge Using your iPhone as employee badge is easy. Your iPhone securely contains your employee credential in the iPhone Apple Wallet. You check-in for meetings, trainings, emergency headcount, and open doors. You forgot your employee badge – no problem – your iPhone is your employee or student access badge. Your idChamp® RS4x offers support for all HID Mobile Access® solutions including employee badge and Student ID in Apple Wallet. idChamp® RS4x Smart Credential Reader First setup the idChamp® RS4x Smart Credential

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Load MOB-ICE Key On RS4x

Load MOB-ICE Key On idChamp® RS4x You load MOB-ICE key on idChamp® RS4x Smart Credential Badge Reader in order to read secure and restricted badge types. For example the idChamp® RS4x offers support for all HID Mobile Access® solutions including employee badge and Student ID in Apple Wallet. To read these credentials from the Apple Wallet the proper Mobile Key Card must be used to load the key to the RS4x. You read ELITE key badges, only after the proper ICE key is loaded to the RS4x. Steps To Load

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Fast Emergency Headcount With Badge & Without

Fast Emergency Headcount With Badge & Without You perform very fast Emergency Headcount with badge & without. During your emergency, RFID badge check-in is fast, and convenient, yet people will forget their badges. You use Cloud-In-Hand Stratus-io Emergency Headcount for fast check-in with RFID/Barcode badges and without. For example use the idChamp® NF4x Wireless Smart Card Reader to scan employee/member badges. Rally Point / Mustering Captains Get Help With Images First, your emergency headcount/mustering needs to be fast. Secondly, you know in the emergency, people may overlook procedures, and forget

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Load Soft Credential Key On RS4x

Load Soft Credential Key On idChamp® RS4x First you load soft credential key on your idChamp® RS4x to enable reading mobile credentials stored in the phone. Then  use the mobile credentials via HID Mobile Access, or credential stored in Apple Wallet for meeting or attendance check-in. See this post if you just need to load MOB or ICE key on the idChamp® RS4x Smart Credential Reader. Install HID OMNIKEY USB CDC EEM Driver First download the HID OMNIKEY USB CDC EEM Driver. Next, install the EEM Driver on a PC

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PROX & iClass Badge Values

SerialMagic Keys Post PROX & iClass Badge Values As Keystrokes You post PROX & iCLass badge values as keystrokes to iOS apps using SerialMagic Keys iOS. Your company employee badge values easily post to any iOS app that accepts keystrokes. Post RFID, NFC, Barcode, Scale readings sensors, and more, with SerialMagic Keys*. When you’re employee badges have PAC data like PROX, ioProx, iClass, & Seos type cards, you use the SerialMagic Keys PAC Wizard. *SerialMagic Keys works on iOS, Android, Windows, MacOS. Connect idChamp NF4x Badge Reader First, connect your idChamp

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Attendance In-Person & MS Teams

Attendance In-Person & MS Teams In One Report Get the results of attendance in-person & MS Teams at your meetings in one easy report. You easily get reports from MS Teams for all meeting attendees, but you also need in-person attendance records. Now you do both with Cloud-In-Hand® Stratus-io Time and Attendance, and the MS Teams report import option. Have complete attendance at your meetings for everyone in-person by scanning their employee badge, and import the MS Teams attendance for those who are remote. Tap Employee Badge For In-Person Attendance

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Connect SerialMagic Keys Windows

Connect SerialMagic Keys Windows – Wireless Scanners, Scales… Connect SerialMagic Keys Windows to wireless RFID readers, barcode scanners, scales, calipers, sensors, whatever! This post connects a BlueSnap M6A wireless RS232 DB9 dongle using SerialMagic Keys Professional (SMKP) Windows. Get SMKP from Microsoft Store. Connect Wireless Devices – No Pairng In Windows BT Devices Did you know you can connect a wireless device to SMKP without pairing step in Windows BT Devices app? SerialMagic Keys Professional (SMKP) Windows app connects to wireless devices on Windows, you do not pair in Windows

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