Contactless technology continues to grow as one major gasoline and convenience store operator in the U.S. will begin accepting the PayPass cards next year. Research shows that people are starting to use the contactless payment method more frequently.
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Magnetic swipe cards commonly used in the U.S. for banking are being rejected abroad, as many countries are opting for chip-and-pin technology. The technology embeds a microchip as an extra layer of protection against theft of cardholder data and counterfeiting.
Photo ID cards, employee contactless cards, cards with passcodes, magnetic stripe cards and access control system with visitor management software are all parts of a complete secure identification system that ensures your company is safe from the possibility of robbery.
A magnetic swipe card system is replacing coin-laundry machines at one US university. The eSuds system allows students to use pre-loaded plastic ID cards to swipe in laundry machines as a form of payment.