Transit officials in Bristol will introduce a new smartcard fare system for buses traveling near and around the South West England city.
ID News Archive for July, 2010
Business employee dependence on smartphones has increased in the past year, creating a need for sufficient security solutions to prevent unauthorized users from accessing corporate data.
A Lebanese University recently updated its student IDs to feature smartcard technology, in a move that will offer more payment options for cardholders.
The Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation recently received $896,000 from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to develop standardized plastic ID cards for tribal members, according to Wenatchee World.
On the heels of Toronto mayoral candidate Rocco Rossi, the Toronto Board of Trade issued its own push for the Toronto Transit Commission to implement a new smartcard fare system, according to the Toronto Star.
Bright Way College in Uttar Pradesh, India recently installed a biometric security system to curb rising kidnapping incidents, the Times of India reports.
Smartcards have become a hot topic in Toronto’s mayoral race, as hopeful Rocco Rossi recently announced his intentions to bring the technology to the Toronto transit system if he is elected.
A new biometric solution will soon be available for business leaders looking to enhance the security of work-issued smartphones.
Dubai’s largest school bus operator recently announced plans to introduce smartcard technology in its vehicles to increase safety for students.
Qantas has announced plans to introduce smartcard technology to improve convenience and travel times for its customers.