Within the security industry, it is widely accepted that low frequency Prox no longer provides sufficient protection to anyone using this legacy technology for to insure a secure facility. There are a number of simple ways to begin the transition from an IT planning perspective. You can start by conveniently and gradually replacing existing readers as time and budget allow. This will insure you have the infrastructure in place to support the new credentials so that after the transition is complete, enhanced security, privacy and functionality are realized for IT and your users. Additionally with triple tech smart cards organizations can support up to three technologies including HID Prox, iCLASS® and SEOS technologies on a single advanced credential.

In addition to physical access applications, this multi-technology offers convenience beyond the door with a robust access control solution that supports secure, private network access via one-time-password (OTP). This is compatible with new BlueTooth technologies in addition to mobile applications for door access, computer logon, remote check in and more.


  • Upgrade Your Card Readers While Still Using iCLASS, iCLASS SE® and Prox Elements.
  • Take full advantage of new smartphone technology.
  • Seamlessly upgrade to a higher standard of security and functionality.
  • Manage a one card credential solution instead of three separate cards.
HID Global’s iCLASS® Seos®/ iCLASS®/ Prox triple technology smart card is interoperable with all iCLASS, iCLASS SE® and Prox readers, thus allowing clients to keep their existing system in place during their upgrade.
Learn more about the new technology to transition from Prox to SEOS  with the additional links below.
What is SEOS?
What are triple tech cards?
How to transition HID Prox to SEOS?
How does SEOS work with mobile access?