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Misconception 3: Debunking Misconceptions About Mobile Access Impacting Performance

In our last article, we talked about how partnering with a reliable mobile access control systems provider can protect your company’s buildings, employees, and assets. These benefits include state-of-the-art technology, compliance with privacy laws like GDPR, and a range of features to suit your organization’s needs.
This article will address some common misconceptions about how mobile access control systems can impact mobile phone performance and battery life. People who use mobile access control apps on their phones might be concerned that the apps will use a lot of their phone’s memory or CPU, which could affect performance, or that the apps will drain their battery.
First, let’s talk about how mobile access control apps affect phone performance. Then, we’ll look at how they impact battery life.

Does Using a Mobile Access Control System App Impact the Performance of My Smartphone?

Mobile access control system apps are designed to be small, fast, and efficient. They don’t use much memory and don’t affect phone performance much. The app works in the background and doesn’t interfere with other phone functions.
When you use the app to gain access to a space, it uses minimal memory, CPU, and battery power. On a typical 64 GB iPhone, the app takes up only a tiny fraction of the phone’s storage space. The credential (the data that grants access) is even smaller.
STID Mobile is a trusted mobile access control provider. Working with thousands of customers in many countries to open tens of thousands of doors and entries. The app is designed to be efficient and minimize the impact on phone performance and processing time.

Does Using a Mobile Access Control System App Impact the Battery Life of My Smartphone?

Mobile access control system apps are designed to be energy efficient and use minimal memory and processing power. This means they don’t use much battery power. 
In tests, we saw as little as 0.0025% battery level consumption when using the app to access a door once a minute for two hours. This means you can use the app hundreds of times without a significant loss of battery power. 
You don’t have to worry that using mobile access control systems will drain your phone battery or affect device performance but if you do, you always welcome to turn off your Bluetooth and reactivate it before walking in the premises.
Think of the STID mobile access control system app as a high-end Bugatti. It’s efficient, agile, and fast, like a smartcard. It doesn’t use much energy as it quickly gets the job done. It’s not like a fat SUV that would burden the app’s efficiency. Our customers prefer the Bugatti.

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