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    Ingersoll Rand

    Ingersoll Rand’s security and access control business was spun off into an independent company, Allegion, in December 2013.

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    Sprint customers to get NFC ID

    November 19th, 2013

    US mobile network operator Sprint’s Pinsight Touch NFC platform is to include support for Ingersoll Rand’s aptiQmobile NFC access control service. The deal, says Ingersoll Rand, means that “Sprint subscribers in the future will be able to approach a door, tap the aptiQ access control reader and enter the door just like they do now with an ID card.”

    Ingersoll Rand launches secure P2P platform for NFC keys

    October 2nd, 2013

    Secure P2P offers a number of advantages over card emulation mode, the access control specialist’s Raj Venkat has told NFC World — there is no no need to wait for carriers to deploy TSM platforms, no middlemen have to be involved and the technology works on both locked and unlocked NFC phones. More

    Verizon and Discover join the NFC Forum

    June 19th, 2013

    The carrier and financial services provider have signed up to the NFC standards association as principal members, Smartrac has upgraded to principal level and thirteen other organisations have joined for the first time. More

    AptiQ gets developer network

    April 10th, 2013

    Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies has started a developer network for its AptiQmobile NFC access control platform, which was piloted at the University of San Francisco in 2012. Membership of the AptiQ Developer Network offers “access to Ingersoll Rand resources that will work closely with the developer to help them write the appropriate interface between their software and Ingersoll Rand’s cloud-based AptiQmobile service,” the company says.

    University of San Francisco to extend NFC campus card service

    June 20th, 2012

    An NFC solution that integrates fully with the university’s existing campus card system to enable students to access rooms and make laundry payments has been hailed as “a first-rate experience for our students and our staff” and is now to be expanded. More

    Villanova University tests new Ingersoll Rand mobile keys service

    April 3rd, 2012

    Students at the US university are using NFC-enabled mobile phones to gain access to dorms, academic buildings and administrative offices. More

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