Campus Cards, College and University Identification and Security

Offline electronic door locks: From the hotel to the dorm, they make access control affordable

Monday, September 1, 2003

On campuses across the country, metal keys are disappearing in favor of plastic cards. As witnessed by the hotel industry in the preceding two decades, these offline electronic locks are revolutionizing door access in college dormitories. And the growing flexibility of these systems is taking them beyond the dorms and into a variety of multi-access areas such as labs, recreational facilities, offices, and classrooms. 

Diebold Aligns with Computrition to Better Serve Customers, Explore New Markets

Wednesday, August 20, 2003

NORTH CANTON, Ohio, Aug. 20 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ – Diebold, Incorporated (NYSE: DBD) today announced a strategic alliance with Computrition Inc. that will allow mutual customers at higher education institutions to benefit from the capability to merge their meal planning programs and campus card systems for reduced costs and better overall card management and added convenience for campus card users, such as students, staff members and faculty. 

First National Bank of South Africa Awards Hypercom Contract for Networking Technology and up to 5,000 Card Payment Terminals

Wednesday, August 20, 2003

EMV Specialist Consultancy Team provides EMV Strategy and Migration Paths to Leading International Financial Institutions

Phoenix, AZ and Woking, UK, August 20, 2003 - The First National Bank of 

First National Bank of South Africa Awards Hypercom Contract for Networking Technology and up to 5,000 Card Payment Terminals

Wednesday, August 20, 2003

EMV Specialist Consultancy Team provides EMV Strategy and Migration Paths to Leading International Financial Institutions

Phoenix, AZ and Woking, UK, August 20, 2003 - The First National Bank of 

Smart Card Alliance Announces Fall Conference Program Spotlighting Mobility

Monday, August 18, 2003

Princeton Junction, NJ, August 18th – The Smart Card Alliance has announced its Fall Conference program, “Smart Cards in Motion,” focusing on one of the principal drivers of the widening use of smart card technology – mobility. The three-day agenda is rich with users who will advise attendees on the experiences of recent smart card implementations in banking, quick service restaurants and retailing, mass transit and corporate enterprises. 

GE Interlogix Two-State Wiegand Interface Card Supports Multi-Credential Formats

Wednesday, August 13, 2003

Lets Users Implement Presently-Installed Conventional and Proprietary BID Formats in New Upgraded Access Control Systems

BOCA RATON, FLA. – August 12, 2003 – GE Interlogix Access and Integration Group (NYSE:GE) today announced that its new Wiegand Interface Unit -Two State Card (WIU-2) supports a wide range of magnetic stripe, Wiegand, proximity, Mifare smart card and biometric readers that employ Wiegand formats. The WIU-2 features a Wiegand data converter, which can accommodate both conventional and proprietary Wiegand reader protocols. It includes a 2 Amp relay for door strike control activities. 

Fargo Electronics Launches The CardJet™ 410 Photo ID System

Tuesday, August 12, 2003

EDEN PRAIRIE, MINNESOTA (August 11, 2003) – Fargo Electronics, Inc. (Nasdaq: FRGO) announced today the introduction of the CardJet 410 Photo ID System. The CardJet System is a complete, integrated system for producing full color, professional ID cards. Based in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Fargo Card Printer/Encoders create personalized plastic identification cards complete with digital images and text, lamination, and electronically encoded information. The CardJet 410 Photo ID System is the first dedicated plastic card personalization system that uses Fargo’s new CardJet Printing™ technology.