Pioneering Employee Badge Project

Pioneering Employee Badge Project
Pioneering Employee Badge Project
Pioneering Employee Badge Project
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OVERVIEW
The legacy system had difficulties that certificates could not be renewed on-line and Active Directory could not automatically synchronize each time a smart card was issued.

The new system had to interface to a VPN solution and offer a standardized smart card administration tool which would be made available at all the company’s sites.
SEW-EURODRIVE is a world leader in drive technology and a pioneer in drive-based automation. The company was using multifunctional smart cards for computer login as well as for physical access control, time recognition and payment at the company restaurant
After settling on Windows Vista as their new Desktop OS, Gemalto’s .NET cards were suggested as the solution. Since Windows Vista support the technology, no middleware was needed, thereby eliminating a source of cost and lost productivity.

Hardware Components
- Gemalto’s .NET cards

Software Components
- Windows Vista
Human resource data, employee's clearance data
IT
Mature (technology has been on the market for > 5 years)
OPERATIONAL IMPACT
A single interface is enabled to issue certificates and then load them onto smart cards as part of the personalization process.
Better user acceptance and less instrallation time with less operative training is required.
User’s credentials and notably the private key used for authentication are securely stored through .NET card.

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