contactless smart card


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contactless smart card

A smart card that uses a wireless connection to the reader. With a transmission range of only a couple inches, the card can be quickly passed by a reader. See smart card and contactless payments.
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The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global contactless smart cards market for 2016-2020.
This success of the contactless smart card reader module technology was further celebrated by the Hong Kong Computer Society (HKCS), a non-profit professional organization striving to develop Hong Kong's IT industry.
Schaumburg, IL based RF IDeas designs, develops, and manufactures card readers that support nearly every proximity, contactless smart card and magnetic stripe card technology worldwide.
We are very confident that a combination fingerprint and contactless smart card device will find uses around the globe in today s rapidly expanding biometrics industry.
Difference Between Contactless Smart Card and RFID Technology II-28
When a positive match is obtained, the Zwipe biometric card will start encrypted communication with the lock or reader in the same way as other ISO 14443 standard contactless smart cards.
Integrating contactless smart card technology in PCs with one of the top manufacturers is a major advancement for the smart card industry," said Randy Vanderhoof, executive director of the Smart Card Alliance.
This partnership between Datacard Group and Golden Spring Technology further enhances our offering in the area of contactless smart card and smart label packaging to our customers.
Datacard Group expects the contactless smart card coupler to benefit the many solution providers serving this market segment, including Dynamic Card Solutions (DCS), a leading instant issuance solution provider and developer of DCS CardWizard([R]) software, a Datacard Group preferred software solution.
When security and privacy concerns were raised about the use of contactless smart card technology in e-passports, travel documents, and contactless payments, it showed that the market still lacked a clear understanding of what smart card technology is able to do in terms of security and processing.
56 MHz contactless smart card technologies used for secure, convenient physical access control.
The certifications now enable HID Global to provide government agencies and other organizations with a trusted source for FIPS 201 certified contactless smart card readers.