A private bank in India recently introduced a new smartcard system to be used for payments under various state-run programs.
ID News Archive for October, 2010
A member of Congress recently criticized several government agencies for failing to implement improved security standards to pilots’ licenses, according to the Associated Press.
Following the success of its smartcard certification exam in North America, the Smart Card Alliance recently announced its first international Certified Smart Card Industry Professional preparation course and exam will be held this year at the CARTES & IDentification event in Paris.
Citibank Australia CEO Roy Gori recently announced the company is planning to introduce voice biometrics as a way of stepping up the bank’s security protocol, ZDNet reports.
Los Angeles city officials recently announced the area’s nearly 10,000 Card & Coin parking meters have exceeded expectations after netting nearly $230,000 in September, according to the LAist.
When receiving their college loans, students at Pace University in New York get to choose between paper or plastic.
Washington, D.C.’s mass transit authority wants to make paying for travel easier than ever by accepting almost all contactless plastic cards.
Chinese firm Taiyuan Xinbao Parking Metre System is working with a contactless technology manufacturer to implement smartcard parking meters in China.
Government employees may one day be able to ride to work, enter the building and buy lunch all with a single ID card.
The Landmark Hotel in Dundee, Scotland, recently announced the launch of a new loyalty and payment smartcard program using contactless technology.