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An updatable credit card-sized card with embedded integrated circuits that can receive input processed—via ICC applications—and deliver it as output

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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NoL Contact Card can be used with ordinary and smart phones and will have the features of the standard NoL card, and can be better used to suit the needs of people on the go.
HEALTH PROTECTION MEASURES Lynne Askew, left, and Pat Bown from the WFU with the new agricultural medical contact card
Just flip to his contact card from the file to see how many files Mr .
The card can be used either as a contact card, with an ATM terminal, or contactless [for passing through an underground station gateway]," says Schlumberger's bank and retail sales manager, Jerome Traisnel.
Instead of carrying a calendar, contact card file, to-do list and memo pad, tuck this 1.
The customer contact card is filled out by city employees when they make contact with a citizen concerning a particular service need.
Lender Contact Card type INTRODUCTORY STANDARD RATE Interest-PA Until APR free period Barclaycard 0844 811 9151 Plat BT Visa 0.
HansaWorld now offers a simple "Get credit record" button on a customer contact card.
They then give their potential customers a contact card explaining how they can look at the picture and, if wished, buy it online the next day.
The contact card effort is a first step for Nevarez, whose zeal for trying new things didn't always mesh with the pace at which change actually happens.
Of those, 101 interested parties filled out a recruiter contact card.
The demo shows how to implement point of sale (POS)‒related transactions and loyalty programs with the ACOS3 and ACS's PC-linked contact card readers.