New smartcards that will hold medical data are being introduced to hospitals in India.
ID News Archive for April, 2010
With the 2010 election campaigns starting to heat up, public transportation and smartcard-based fare collection systems are looking to be central issues, reports the Toronto Star.
OC Transpo will be updating the display system used in conjunction with its smartcard payment system, reports CFRA talk radio.
The identities of Nova Scotia residents will now be a bit safer, thanks to some new regulations past by the local government.
A new smartcard ticketing system went into use for the first time earlier today in the New South Wales, Australia public transportation system. The introduction of the new plastic cards went off largely without a hitch.
A subway system in the UK will be getting a massive overhaul, reports the BBC.
India will be adopting smartcard technology for use in student ID cards, reports PTInews.com.
According to the Toronto Sun, the Toronto Transit Committee is looking into implementing a smart card-based fare system for the users of the Red Rocket public transportation system.
The city council of Petersborough, Ontario approved a new smart card payment method for the city’s transit system, reports the Petersborough Examiner.
A recent article from Investment News claims that encryption is key to keeping data safe.