Clovity Partners with Open Options to Provide Enterprise-Grade, Automated Access Management Solutions Through Integration with Its CSensorNet IoT Platform
IoT platform company and creator of the CSensorNet platform, Clovity, has integrated its advanced IoT software with Open Options access management software to provide enterprise level automation capabilities for Smart Buildings and Smart Campuses
Silicon Valley based emerging technology and IoT Platform provider, Clovity, has partnered with the Texas based Open Options, creators of the cutting edge access management software DNA Fusion, to create one of the world’s first completely automated Thermal Screening and Access Revocation system. This initial integration for Smart Thermal Screening solutions has led to the further expansion of Clovity’s badging and access management capabilities into additional automations for building and campus IoT-based solutions. The ability to receive and push out data to Clovity’s IoT platform opens up numerous experiential, location based, safety, security, and management use cases.
Through this powerful integration of the two platforms initially, for a Smart Thermal solution, clients cannot only screen their employees without the assistance of additional personnel. Still, they can also ensure employees with elevated temperatures cannot access the premises through automated badge deactivation. Delivered as a cohesive IoT-as-a-Service offering, Clovity orchestrates all aspects of hardware, software, cloud, installation, connectivity, and integration for their clients to create the most straightforward path to implementation.
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Using the determination of body temperature, Clovity’s IoT platform performs reporting, automation, and data transmission to integrated systems. One of the most critical integrations that brought incredible efficacy to the solution was integrating with Open Option’s DNA Fusion Access Management software. Combining the Open Options software with Clovity’s CSensorNet gave the solution the ability to bar or revoke entry from anyone deemed a potential infection vector within the facility, all without employee interaction. Furthermore, this opened the door to numerous use cases based on access management, location, and badging that will be ubiquitous in buildings all across the US in just a few years. Clovity has also added integrations to ID Global badge readers as well as Kronos, the workforce management software, for this solution to further expand its capability, reach and value add.
With integrations to Open Options DNA Fusion software, Clovity has been able to expand its Smart Thermal solution’s functionality while also adding additional functionality for Smart Building and Campus solutions sets. Clovity has now incorporated these abilities into their overall Smart Campus solutions and can provide use cases based on access management functionality to any client utilizing the CSensorNet platform.
“Partnering with Clovity has been a great step into expanding the capabilities of our DNA Fusion platform into enterprise IoT and critical data,” said Chuck O’Leary, President of Open Options. He continued, “This type of software collaboration will continue to provide more value for the enterprise and public sector clients in the future.”
“Collaborating with Open Options to integrate our CSensorNet IoT platform has been incredible and brought a whole new dimension to our Smart Campus and Smart Building solutions,” said Chief Executive Officer for Clovity, Anuj Sachdeva. “Badging will be a focal point for IoT in the coming years with almost unlimited possibilities in experiential, optimization, and security use cases.”
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