Belgium bar code reader manufacturer QuiAccess talks with SIA about the importance of the SIA Open Supervised Device Protocol (OSDP) to the company’s bar code readers.
In this SIA member profile, we chat with Stefaan Joos, product designer for QuiAccess. “OSDP is very important to our future,” Joos explains. Find out more about the company at www.quiaccess.com.
How did you get into the security industry?
Security has always been a hobby, one leads to another and before I knew it, we build a successful company and could start focusing on new own designed security related items.
What do you enjoy most about your role?
Designing new items and seeing the user enjoy using them. I, personally, love the “wow” responses from fellow engineers.
What’s your company’s biggest challenge right now?
Keeping ahead off the market.
What trends does your company foresee for the security industry in the next year?
Wiegand will be replaced by SIA OSDP.
What does your organization receive from membership in SIA? How do you plan to be active in the association in the near future?
Being able to integrate, get supported and understand the OSDP is very important in the future of our systems.
Will your company participate in an upcoming event with SIA such as ISC West, New Product Showcase or Government Summit? If so, what aspect of the event appeals most to your company?
We look forward to finding out more and participating in the future.
The views and opinions expressed in guest posts and/or profiles are those of the authors or sources and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Security Industry Association (SIA).