Motorola approves Salamander software
14 December, 2011
Salamander Technologies announced that its MOBILE and MOBILE PIV software has been validated by Motorola Solutions.
The Motorola Solutions’ Validated Solution Program includes joint testing at the Motorola Solution Center in Holtsville, New York. MOBILE software provides bar code and smart card reading to identify and track personnel and companies at an incident, emergency or field event.
MOBILE PIV software provides three-factor identity verification for federally issued smart cards including TWIC, CAC and other FIPS 201 smart cards. Salamander Technologies’ MOBILE and MOBILE PIV were granted the Motorola Solutions Validated™ Software logo through its program.
This designation will help assure customers and partners of system interoperability between Motorola devices and Salamander Technologies’ applications/solutions.
Salamander Technologies’ MOBILE software enables the scanning of high-capacity ID cards to identify and track first responders, volunteers and victims during incidents. Previously geared to read high-capacity bar codes, the new MOBILE software can now also read smart cards using Motorola’s MC75A-HF RFID mobile computer. Smart card IDs can be used to track individuals or groups of personnel such as fire companies, police squads, or industrial security and safety teams.
Salamander Technologies’ MOBILE PIV software provides three-factor identity verification of federal smart cards. Besides verifying identities, MOBILE PIV software can track federal employees and workers as part of an event or incident – providing transactional data for on-scene incident command or off-scene Web reports.
MOBILE PIV uses the Motorola MC75A mobile computer equipped with a biometric smart card reader