Webinar: How the University of Oklahoma Leverages Student Mobile Phones to Improve Security

Learn how OU ensured their Mobile Credential addressed campus security use cases and met mobile-centric student needs to improve the student experience.

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Speakers:

  • Dan Gretz, Senior Director, Market Development, Transact
  • Tyler Webb, Director, Sooner Card, University of Oklahoma

Join the University of Oklahoma and Transact to see how OU protects its campus community while meeting the needs of their mobile phone-centric students with a fast, secure NFC-enabled Mobile Credential.

The University of Oklahoma and Transact have partnered to offer OU students the industry’s first NFC-enabled Mobile Credential on student cell phones that works across campus the same way a student ID card works. The system not only improves student experience but also bolsters security because it integrates with physical access control and other systems.

In this presentation, you’ll learn valuable tips from OU on how to implement this type of solution on your campus. You’ll find out how this system — which connects students with a fast, secure NFC-enabled Mobile Credential on their iPhones, Apple Watches and Android devices – can also improve security by integrating interior room and exterior building access control, security monitoring, video surveillance, electronic locks from integrated partners, turnstiles and parking gates.

Key takeaways

  • Learn how to address the needs of your mobile-centric student community with a Mobile Credential on their cell phones that can be used in the same way as your student ID cards.
  • Understand secure, convenient NFC technology and how to provision credentials over the air and encrypted in the secure element of the device, ensuring the highest level of security at the point of entry.
  • Hear how the University of Oklahoma decided to pioneer this technology, the benefits to their student and campus community, and steps they took to plan for the implementation.

Learn how OU ensured their Mobile Credential addressed campus security use cases and met mobile-centric student needs to improve the student experience.

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