HID Global recently announced its network access control and biometric reader solutions have been selected by the Dental Council of India for its time and attendance management system.
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M3 Technology Teams has produced a revolutionary new kiosk designed to provide casino customers easy access to cash.
A wide range of business can take advantage of plastic cards for identification, promotions, customer relations and access control. In order to make the most of the technology, however, a business needs a plastic card printer that is customizable and easy to use.
A recent article from Investment News claims that encryption is key to keeping data safe.
In an effort to curb fraudulent healthcare claims, the Tanzanian government will be introducing biometric smart cards, reports AllAfrica.com.
With Canada set to roll out new biometric passports early next year, an expert is saying the new security protocols won’t amount to much more than a speed bump to counterfeiters.
In a recent interview with Think Digit, Intel Director of Developing Markets Sanat Rao spoke extensively on how Intel would be utilizing smart products in India.
With the field of custom plastic cards printing growing every day, Datacard recently announced its newest line of printers, using cutting-edge technology to make the process affordable and adaptable to customer needs.
Identification and security firm HID Global recently announced its plans to showcase its latest products in physical access, logical access and secure issuance solutions at the upcoming ISC West International Security Conference and Exposition. The firm’s newest line will include both ID card printers and readers, as well as a range of other solutions for security needs.
New and more affordable options for companies planning to implement new identification management protocol have become readily available in recent weeks. Oberthur Technologies, a leader in plastic ID card printer systems, announced the development of their latest product of February 26. Kyocera also announced the release of new printhead for plastic ID cards.