Smartcard technology is set to power the payment system of a fleet of 2,500 buses in West Midland County.
ID News Archive for April, 2010
By the of this week, China is set to implement a new set of rules that will require foreign smartcard manufacturers to disclose encryption information about their products, reports the Wall Street Journal.
Aconite Technology announced a new partnership with Traderoot Africa earlier today in which Aconite will license its smartcard technology to Traderoot for a plastic card payment system.
A Taipei-based smartcard company is looking to expand the number of plastic cards in distribution by opening a new service counter at a railway station.
For many small- to medium-size businesses, security is an afterthought, leaving businesses open to security breaches.
The migration to the EMV standard may lead to a boom in the Canadian smartcard market, according to a report from Research and Markets.
Hewlett Packard has won the rights to operate the Intergrated Ticketing Scheme in Ireland, reports Inside Ireland.
The UK Payments Council expects contactless smartcard technology to push debit card use over the next 10 years.
Next month, the Masons of Toronto East will be holding a child identification project in York, reports InsideToronto.com.
Biometric technology is being used to increase efficiency at nurseries in the UK, says a new report from Industry Today.