Commuters on the London underground rail can pay for transit with Oyster smartcards or digital cards on their NFC mobile phone.
ID News Archive for December, 2010
Australia’s Myki smartcard ticketing system in in doubt after having been in operation for less than one year.
Smartcard technology has been taking off rapidly recently and will continue to do so, according to a report by RNCOS.
Smartcards are so versatile, the Indian government intends to use them however possible.
Smartcards have found a wide range of uses across many industries.
Plastic cards have a wide variety of benefits for making purchases.
Plastic cards have several advantages over cash, which has led to their significantly increased use in Kenya.
Auckland Transport in New Zealand recently announced plans to change in its integrated ticketing system that will allow commuters to use a single smartcard on the city’s public transportation.
Commuters tired of long queues at ticket booths in Mumbai will soon find some relief in the form of plastic cards.
Scots between the ages of 11 and 26 are eligible for the National Entitlement Card, a free electronic smartcard created by the Scottish government.