The Smart Card Alliance Transportation Council will be having an educational workshop in Princeton, N.J.
ID News Archive for January, 2011
The popularity of smartphones is now paving the way for future payment methods other than plastic cards.
A new study has been released pointing to customer satisfaction correlating to employees wearing name badges.
With smart card technology more popular than ever, construction is slated to begin this spring on a new fare card system in Metro Vancouver.
Credit card companies make more than $50 billion a year, and with technology so prevalent in today’s society, some companies are devising new ways for customers to pay without the fees.
The popularity and use of multi-function smart cards is expected to increase worldwide in the coming years.
Metro Vancouver will be making the jump to smart cards for its future transportation needs.
Toronto’s public transportation service GO and other area buses are now accepting Presto smartcards to allow children and seniors to pay their transit fare, the Toronto Star recently reported.
With the success of smart card and IC’s shipped internationally last year, the demand only seems to be greater moving forward.