Telaeris improves handheld badge and biometric readers


Telaeris has announced the availability of its XPID Series Handheld Badge and Biometric Readers, with the latest Android 13 operating system.

The company says this upgrade introduces a host of enhanced security features, settings and overall device performance.

Telaeris excited for release

“We are excited to introduce the XPID Series Handheld Badge and Biometric Readers for XPressEntry with Android 13,” said Dr. David Carta, Chief Executive Officer, Telaeris.

“Cybersecurity remains a major threat and this upgrade reflects our commitment to staying at the forefront of security technology.

“The XPID200 is the industry’s first handheld reader for access control systems to deploy Android 13 and our customers can now benefit from these advanced security features from Telaeris.”


According to the company, some of the features include improved security with handheld authentication to control access and manage any secured space plus entry/exit tracking.

Emergency evacuation mustering ensures everyone is safely accounted for during an emergency to improve evacuations, employee safety and OSHA/regulatory compliance.

Customers can use existing security badges for access management at corporate events and training to manage attendees and deny access when necessary.

Handheld biometric verification includes multi-factor authentication to deliver enhanced identity authentication in high security areas.

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