Deploying smart cards
to employees, partners and other key individuals is a proactive enterprise approach to higher assurance.
And from the university's perspective, between manual downloads [for the batch processing] and regular maintenance, there's just a tremendous amount of maintenance on the main system to support enough transaction points around campus, to make smart cards
Butterworth will offer further insight into smart card
adoption at Smart Cards
China 2002, June 5-8 in Beijing.
According to SCIA figures, injection molded cards make up somewhere around 20% of smart cards
as a whole.
demonstrated how such attacks could be mounted in practice against smart cards
now in use.
For three years, Guatemala has successfully used multifunctional smart cards
with credit and debit features, as well as frequent-shopper bonuses.
The lack of standardisation in several sectors is adversely affecting the adoption of smart cards
, giving rise to interoperability issues.
The introduction of the MIPS32 4KSc smart card
core follows the July 2000 announcement by MIPS Technologies and Gemplus SA (Gemenos, France) (Nasdaq:GEMP) to create an architectural standard for next-generation smart card
com/reports/c48067) has announced the addition of "Global Smart Card
Industry - Future Outlook (2007)" to their offering
As part of the agreement, Hitachi America will provide to 1st eTech smart card
technology and systems consultation and has agreed to demonstrate the Hitachi smart card
technology at the 1steTech booth during the 2000 Comdex Trade Show in Las Vegas.
Which Biometric ID and Smart Card
technologies are currently the most technologically advanced?
Chapter 2 and 3 provide an overview of smart cards
, along with their categories and types.