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smartcard

A credit card-like card issued by a Registration Authority which, together with a PIN, is the only way an IT-system user can log onto the NHS Care Record Service system.

smart card

, smartcard (smart kard)
A plastic card, resembling a credit or debit card, that can provide identification, authentication, data storage, and other applications, such as a health insurance card on which the critical details of a person's health history are encoded.
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Task 2: Prepare brief summary of transit smartcard system technology and collect international examples of integration initiatives.
Mowasalat Director of Strategy and Business Development Department Nasser al Khanji said, "Our loyal customers can expect more promotions from Karwa as we partner with more brands to inject more values and excitements into our Karwa Smartcard products as well as our bus services as a whole.
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Merseytravel has already invested in smartcard technology, by taking an 87% stake in Livesmart, which run the popular 08 Capital of Culture card scheme.
SMARTCARDS could be in place on all rail and bus routes in the Midlands by the autumn, according to transport bosses.
Developed by the Trusted Services Infrastructure on behalf of North-East Connects ( which supports local authorities ( smartcards will be trialled for the first time in an event environment at IT Works.
Each center will receive a smartcard reader while mobile medical centers will inoculate patients who have received a bracelet carrying their entire medical history.
At the launch of the card yesterday, Transport Minister Martin Cullen said: "The introduction of the smartcard on Luas is yet another step in improving the attractiveness and convenience of public transport.
The project team is also working with the local train operating company to identify how smartcard tickets can be validated on the trains.
Tilley says that the smartcard system will reduce queuing times for transport by up to 70% and will cut costs.
GSM phones contain a smartcard which has reduced cloning fraud dramatically.
Fully revised and completely updated, the Future Horizons Smartcards Application Report (a section of the Semiconductor Applications Market Report) analyses in detail the global key market drivers covering historical data for the previous five years, together with a five year forecast to 2014 .