Nedap Identification Systems develops vehicle identification and vehicle access control solutions. With its reader portfolio, where long-range identification is the common denominator of all products, Identification Systems has built a strong position in the security market in particular. What sets apart this business unit’s range of vehicle identification solutions is the optimum composition of the product portfolio and the various ways in which these globally sold products can be integrated into other systems. With Nedap’s market-leading MOOV solution, Identification Systems offers a solution for vehicle access control in urban areas, in recreational areas, and at multi-tenant office buildings.

Developments in 2022


In 2022, the business unit put increased effort into streamlining the commercial organisation. The strategic programme intended to improve compatibility with access control platforms was successfully scaled up in 2022.
Hatem Sabry, CEO, HiTechNour

At HitechNour, we pride ourselves on being customer-oriented and offering only the best of breed in technology. Nedap Identification Systems’ vehicle identification readers have been instrumental in supporting our solutions towards end users. The solutions we offer together aim to secure large facilities with heavy traffic flow on a daily basis. Together with Nedap, we’ve implemented many prestigious and complicated projects successfully and we look forward to continuing this great partnership and collaboration for future projects!



MOOV was a revenue growth driver for Identification Systems in the markets where this proposition is currently sold. In order to further strengthen this position, a new version of MOOV Leisure was launched last year, which is intended specifically for access control at holiday parks and campsites. MOOV helps local authorities keep inner-city areas liveable by cutting carbon emissions and reducing traffic and congestion.


The phase-out of the SENSIT proposition that was announced in 2021 was carefully implemented in 2022. The expectation is that the remaining SENSIT-related efforts will reduce gradually over the coming years.

Results and outlook

During the financial year, the business unit saw its revenue rise slightly. Falling revenue from the SENSIT proposition, partly due to limited availability of components, put a brake on overall revenue growth generated by the readers proposition. In 2023, Identification Systems expects both the reader portfolio and MOOV to generate growth. On top of that, the business unit expects to be able to further optimise the portfolio, bolster commercial activities, and further streamline operational processes.