Secure RFID & Wireless IoT technologies are the key to sustainable applications
Access control, time and attendance, payment or ticketing - in almost all areas of life and work, contactless solutions are used where the highest security standards must be applied. Security, as presented by the experts in this field, creates the necessary transparency in the implementation of authentication applications of all types.
With display cards and fingerprint cards for ID, banking and access applications, and Bluetooth cards for indoor RTLS and secure temperature monitoring during the transport of medical devices, a new drive is coming to the card industry.
The 'One Card For All' project was initiated together with the property developer Nshama. It currently comprises the following areas: Physical and vehicle access control at a total of 14 entrances and exits to the complex, as well as access control to the leisure facilities, and payment at the attractions.
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Wireless Technologies for Security Purposes
In a digital age with an increasing need for digitisation and digitalisation, security is at the centre of this development. The need to continuously update security protocols and design new ways of security and encryption methods is ever-present. The transfer of data in a network or across networks involves the risk of misuse or loss of data.
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Encryption and Protection
Encoded communication is a necessary part of cyber security to protect a business against data theft. But not only the communication in a business, across businesses or in the IoT needs to be secure. In retail or online, payments (e. g. via smartphone) cannot be open to misuse and need to be protected. Banking applications can be protected via password, PIN, or code.
With ORM like biometrics or QR code, access and distribution can be managed and controlled or people can be indentified. In the health care sector, self-service station (for medication or laundry) for patients guarantee correct and automated supply, 24/7 availability, and documentation. In pharmaceutics, NFC tags on medication packages can detect tampering.