If your security staff wants to be able to customize the info on ID cards and track visitor movement, see what came out of this international security show

by Brianna Crandall — March 14, 2018 — Card manufacturer and identification (ID) specialist Databac Group just unveiled solutions for card printing and visitor management at the International Security, Safety and Fire Exhibition (SICUR) in Madrid, Spain. Highlights of its stand include CardExchange software for visitor management and card production; the Matica XID8600 desktop card printer; and the latest advancements in radio-frequency identification (RFID) contactless technology.

Screenshot of student ID: card creation software

Databac launched CardExchange software for visitor management and card production, and the Matica XID8600 desktop card printer. Image courtesy Databac

CardExchange visitor management software

Both modules of CardExchange software will be shown by Databac at the show. The Producer module allows users to create templates; connect to multiple databases; capture photos, signatures and biometric data; and scan documents, then print and encode a plastic card or even labels, tickets or wristbands. The Visitor module enables users to track the movements of visitors, create and manage events, run background checks, and print visitor passes and reports.

Matica XID8600 desktop card printer

The Matica XID8600 demonstrated card printing and encoding. Offering 600dpi ultra-high-resolution card printing, this high-end machine is designed to serve the high-security demands of ambitious ID card applications, such as national ID programs and drivers’ licenses. Since most of these projects require personalization on both sides of the card, the XID8600 comes with a built-in flipper module for maximum efficiency and speed. Visitors to the Databac stand will be able see its accelerated action.

RFID solutions

For those who prefer contactless technology, Databac also displayed a range of RFID solutions. The company produces personalized and encoded RFID products at its manufacturing plant in Surrey, UK. Besides cards, Databac offers tags, key fobs, wristbands, labels and even RFID screws and nails.

For information on the new visitor management and ID card creation products, as well as a complementary range of ID cards and wearing accessories, visit the Databac Web site.