For travelers in Windsor, Ontario, commuting on the city’s transit system is about to get a whole lot easier.
ID News Archive for May, 2010
Consumers in Canada have begun taking advantage of new, smartcard-enabled technology.
Fans of the Edmonton Eskimos will soon have a new way to purchase concessions and merchandise during football games.
In Ottawa, the government is planning drastic changes to the way many people are living their lives and it all starts with smartcard technology.
There is about to be a whole new way to travel by bus in Wales, thanks to smartcard technology.
Boaters without proper IDs are about to be in for a big shock in one Canadian community.
Track runners from all over Canada will gather in July to compete in the International Association of Athletics Federation’s 2010 World Junior Track and Field Championships in Moncton.
Israel is serious about using smartcard technology on planes landing in the country.
In India, the government will soon integrate a new system for traveling through the country’s transit system.
A new way to make credit and debit cards more secure was announced recently by SmartMetric. The company announced earlier this month that it would be entering the EMV credit and debit paymentsmartcard market, Business Review Canada reported.