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Card system developer, General Meters, is adding the ability for students to select their ideal roommate by matching key personality and behavioral traits. The system is an extension of the card and housing system database that powers the companies campus offerings.
A Japanese college is using contactless cards and palm vein biometrics to secure access to networks, protect personal data, and provide improved service to students.
Contactless payments are catching on with major retailers and merchants. Very likely, there are locations near your campus that are rolling out the terminals to accept these new payment devices. Though it is not yet an ‘on-campus’ trend the infrastructure is evolving so keep your eyes, and minds, open.
In Grenada, MS, biometric hand readers are helping protect the school district from future litigation by accurately tracking employee time and attendance. The technology was implemented following a costly lawsuit filed by workers claiming they were not paid correctly for past overtime work.
The process that enables a printer to create high-quality images on plastic ID cards is called dye sublimation. Understanding the process is crucial to understanding the differences in printer models.
For years, optical readers have dominated the fingerprint biometric landscape. But the newer, smaller silicon-based sensors are making it possible for fingerprint scanners to fit in a host of consumer electronics devices.