Identification Systems Group (ISG) announced that its strategic partners – Datacard Group and Salamander Technologies – have completed the integration of Salamander’s resourceMGR™ credentialing software with the Datacard® CD800™ desktop card printer to drive one-pass smart card encoding and print personalization.

resourceMGR™ is part of Salamander’s interTRAX® suite of incident management solutions for identifying and tracking first responders and industrial safety workers. Salamander now employs highly secure and reliable smart card tracking across its entire product line from ID card creation to data capture in the field – including use of the new Motorola MC75 HF RFID mobile computer. The interTRAX® suite offers an open provisioning model to simplify and streamline the use of smart cards for personnel accountability and site security.
The Datacard CD800 is an enterprise-class desktop card printer that is engineered and built to handle higher volumes of cards for state and local governments, as well as corporate and educational card issuance. With integrated smart card encoding, the CD800 card printer can print up to 220 full-color, one-sided cards per hour or up to 165 two-sided cards per hour, and offers a modular design that lets users add field-upgradable features and encoding technologies to satisfy their unique printing needs of today and in the future.
We are thrilled to have an integrated smart card capability with the Datacard CD800,” stated Russ Miller, president Salamander Technologies. “The foundation of our tracking solution is high capacity ID cards – and the CD800 is an industry-leading platform for providing smart card credentials to the broader public and industrial safety markets across the world”.
The integration reflects Datacard Group’s commitment to the emergency management market,” said Tony Rakun, vice president of sales at Datacard Group. “This complete solution provides the ability to service the industry by the ISG Members.


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