The Myki transport smartcard system’s fate may be decided in the near future, according to theage.com.
ID News Archive for February, 2011
The Metro operator Nexus recently unveiled its new smartcard system named Pop for transportation in the UK, according to Chronicle Live.
According to the Ghana News Agency, about 15,000 senior high school students have enrolled in a program to promote the use of biometric cards.
Riders are using the Oyster Card in London for nearly 2 million trips each week, according to the Transport for London Association of Train Operating Companies.
The University of Canberra in Australia recently released new smartcards, allowing students a flexible and convenient option for various uses around campus.
In an effort to complete the registration of all United Arab Emirate citizens, the delivery of more than 200,000 ID cards is expected to be hastened.
Governments are increasing their use of smartcards as a way to reduce fuel subsidies while still providing protection to poorer households, the Express Tribute recently reported.
Precise Biometrics, a market-leading provider for fingerprint solutions, reportedly saw improved results in 2010, and is gearing up for new projects in 2011.
The district transport authority of Ludhiana, India, is hoping to have new smartcards in place by April.
M3 Technology Teams has produced a revolutionary new kiosk designed to provide casino customers easy access to cash.