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1 Loadable Drivers for USB Card Readers Donau Launch Event: January 28th 2009

2 Loadable Drivers / Card Reader support Contents Yesterday – AU-201 only Today – Loadable Drivers Background New authentication devices Compatibilities Tomorrow

3 Yesterday – AU-201

4 AU-201 A good card reader but… …its quite expensive …it supports only a small portion of card technologies …it can only read universal IDs (serial IDs), no private IDs …its driver inside the Firmware does not offer any customization possibilities

5 Yesterday – AU-201 What Konica Minolta needs Support of more card technologies for solution sales HID, Legic Advant, MiFare PIDs, Magnet Stripe, Motorola/Indala, RFID 125KHz, Barcode, iClass… Device FW that can adapt to different card technologies Support depends on whats implemented in the firmware in Japan… we cant wait for special FW for each case! Better pricing Competition is tough and OpenAPI applications already might increase the total cost for one device significantly Too expensive card readers can badly affect ROI for accounting software A fast and reliable card evaluation process To know what kind of card a customer is dealing with and what we need to supply A less space-consuming mounting for authentication devices Directly attached to device, theft-protection, no working table Perfect: integrated into the device

6 Today – Loadable Drivers

7 Loadable Drivers A Loadable Driver is a small add-on to MFP firmware Each loadable driver adds additional support for an USB authentication device Loadable drivers need to be written for specific USB devices by specific suppliers Loadable drivers need to be uploaded to the device by CF card – similar to the firmware itself Each driver will provide its own configuration screen for settings/activation in the Admin Mode Once uploaded, loadable drivers can not be deleted, but only overwritten by another loadable driver In the first step, BT and BEU will provide loadable drivers for three different new card readers by three different suppliers Kaba (Legic) Gemalto (MiFare) Omnikey (HID)

8 Configuration sample After selecting PID the second screen will be displayed. Please note: the data shown in this screen is just examplatory

9 Today – Loadable Drivers New Authentication Devices [1] Kaba – B Net (Legic) Supported technologies Legic RF Standard (prime) Legic advant ISO Legic advant ISO-14443A Other ISO (only UID) Other ISO-14443A (only UID) Material number Legic USB card reader Pricing ~ 50% of AU-201

10 Today – Loadable Drivers New Authentication Devices [2] Gemalto – Prox-PU (MiFare) Supported technologies TypeA standard (ISO 14443A) Mifare PID support MiFare DESFire SR176, SRIX512 and SRIX4K chip based cards Material number MiFare USB Card Reader Pricing ~ 80% of AU-201

11 Today – Loadable Drivers New Authentication Devices [3] Omnikey – Cardman 5125 (HID) Supported technologies HID 26 bit, 34 bit, 35 bit, 36 bit, 37 bit, 40 bit support TypeA standard (ISO 14443A) Material number HID USB card reader Pricing ~ 35% of AU-201

12 Supported Card Types Art No. Production nameArticle name Type AMifareLegicHID UID PIDUIDPID26bit34bit35bit36bit37bit40bit A09NWY0AU-201 OO O B Net Legic USB Card ReaderO OO Prox PU Mifare USB Card ReaderOOO Cardman 5125 HID USB Card Reader O OOOOOO

13 Supported Software AU-201 (TypeA) B-Net 9107 (Legic) Prox-PU (MiFare) Cardman 5125 (HID) Native Device Authentication YES PSES Authentication Manager * YES * Pcounter Pcounter embedded YES SafeQ SafeQ embedded YES * Plug-ins for PSES registration tool will be released begin of February09

14 For reference: CSES Downloads (and supported devices) Prox-PU (MiFare) C650: DLBT EN00 C550: DLBT EN00 C451: DLBT EN00 C353: DLBT EN00 C253: DLBT EN00 C203: DLBT EN00 B Net (Legic) C650: DLBT EN00 C550: DLBT EN00 C451: DLBT EN00 C353: DLBT EN00 C253: DLBT EN00 C203: DLBT EN00 Cardman 5125 (HID) ALL: DLBT EN00 Drivers for Donau series and b/w devices are tba.

15 Tomorrow – Y Soft cooperation

16 Y Soft Cooperation KMs one-stop card reader provider KMs one-stop card reader provider Y Soft Y Soft is a global acting, aspiring accounting/authentication provider for the MFP market KM is in the nice situation to have a very good relationship with Y Soft and business in many European countries already Y Soft agreed to provide the following services exclusively to KM [1] Card evaluation services [2] Card reader production [3] Development of related loadable drivers [4] Development of customized KM mounting options fitting to their and our devices A. external B. internal [5] Competitive pricing To be supported technologies RFID 125 kHz Motorola/Indala W26, W27, ABA Track II, Lite, KANTECH HID, HID UDF,HID iClass Proxlite (Casi-Rusco, GE Interlogix) MIFARE,MIFARE + RFID 125 kHz Unique, TIRIS 134 kHz COTAG Magnet stripe cards, Barcodes swipe-through/external laser … Available: begin of FY09/10

17 will get Tomorrow What Konica Minolta Support of more card technologies for solution sales New authentication devices will already help in many customer cases Y Soft will be ready for future technology adaptations Device FW that can adapt to different card technologies Loadable driver architecture allows direct customization in Europe – no interaction with BT required Better pricing New authentication devices are priced much more competitive USB host boards not needed anymore for Donau/LaPlataM, GangesM A fast and reliable card evaluation process Y Soft will provide this to BEU A less space-consuming mounting for authentication devices Y Soft will produce and provide customized mounting options Quick adaptation into the device will be possible, as soon as MFPs provide this space will get

18 Loadable Drivers Questions?......


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