Supporters of the Serie A Italian soccer league will now need to purchase a plastic ID card if they want to buy season tickets or attend away games, according to Yahoo Sports.
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Access to the public swimming pools in Buffalo, New York, may require ID cards to thwart unruly troublemakers.
Organizations are always on their toes when tracking people entering and exiting their facilities. Although not a new development, visitor management is a key cog for any company and more are branching out from standard paper-based logs, according to a new report.
To improve security against vandalism and keep young people from pool-hopping, the Front Street, Hillhurst, Quackenbush and Central Park pools in Schenectady, New York, are considering requiring ID cards for teenagers, according to a recent Times Union report.
Brighton and Hove residents will be offered free entry to museums and other local cultural institutions if they sign up for the UK town’s new plastic card, according to a report in the Argus newspaper.
Skiers and snowboarders touring the slopes at Treble Cone skifield in New Zealand next winter will have easier access to the chairlifts, as the resort plans to implement a new smartcard ski pass system, Otago Daily Times reports.
Fast food in Singapore has gotten even faster, as Burger King recently announced it is now accepting EZ-Link smartcard payments at its locations throughout the country.
Starting next year, tourists traveling in Singapore will be able to skip entry fees at a number of the city’s main attractions courtesy of the See Singapore Attractions Pass from iVenture Card.
According to Sarah Britten of the Mail and Guardian Online, lanyards are capable of providing individuals with a secure way to carry important belongings, such as plastic ID cards, while also establishing them in a position of prestige as the lanyard can validate one’s presence in restricted locations.
Technology continues to change the shopping experience for many customers. While some pay for their purchases using contactless-enabled plastic cards, other customers are now scanning barcodes with their mobile phones.