As part of its 'SMART Service Stations' initiative and introduction of cashless ADNOC Wallet-linked payment options, ADNOC Distribution; the UAE's leading operator of retail fuel service stations and commercial fuelling services, is now expanding its SMART Tag
installation facilities through new centres and mobile units serving customers throughout the country.
Adnoc Wallet includes three payment methods: Smart Tag
via a chip installed at the fuel inlet of the vehicles' fuel tank and linked to the account, Adnoc Plus cards or via ID cards that are linked to the Adnoc account.
The device will be priced from Dh50 and will enable customers to pay for petrol using the Smart Tag
, the Adnoc Plus cards and Emirates identity cards.
The ADNOC Wallet allows customers to pay for their purchases at the service stations in three different ways - via the Smart Tag
, a smart chip installed at the fuel inlet of the vehicles' fuel tank and linked to the ADNOC Wallet account, the ADNOC Plus cards, or via their ID card that is also linked to the ADNOC Wallet and activated for payments.
Adnoc Wallet allows customers to pay for their purchases at the participating service stations in three different ways: via the Smart Tag
, a smart chip installed at the fuel inlet of the vehicle's fuel tank and linked to the Adnoc Wallet account; the Adnoc Plus cards; or via their ID card that is also linked to the Adnoc Wallet and activated for payments.
Trustwave Smart Tag
technology provides a simplified and more effective approach to encryption due to its focus on protecting the data itself--not the devices to which data is saved or the networks over which the data travels.
The removable smart tags
will be placed on individual garments which can be read by the retail workers from a distance through hand-held scanner.
In the light of the problems resulting from the use of such smart tags
, the EP calls for a regulatory framework that takes account of health aspects (impact of radio waves and chips) and the protection of personal data.
It is expected that 75 per cent of those who use the expressway will have smart tags
in the future.
The system reties on smart tags
that will be embedded on the blood bags as well as on patient wrist bands.
It also has smart tags
that mark terms for immediate reference and "click through" ability to recordings during review.
MELZER has also focused on the production of smart tags
and tickets, developing the ST-100 and the ST-400 single-track and four-track machines, which process materials of up to 250 pm thickness.