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What is RFID Smart Card?

An RFID Smart Card is a contactless card that uses RFID technology to send and receive data. Unlike, contact cards, they last longer because they don’t need to be swiped, thus, preventing wear and tear.

On the other hand, contactless smart cards range from simple memory cards with low security and non-volatile memory to high security crypto-processor cards and Native operating system cards.

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RFID smart cards have been adopted all over the world. Their increasing popularity is due to how convenient and fast they are, which makes them perfect for the education, identification, retail and transportation sectors.

One great thing about RFID smart cards is that their level of security can be adjusted to the application that uses them. Also, the information can only be written into the smart card memory by authorized personnel.

Among other things, RFID cards are famous for their flexibility. They can easily be updated in case an employee changes departments and their data can be revised without issuing new cards. Also, since their system uses radio waves, an RFID smart card doesn’t have to be in contact with the reader.

RFID cards enable convenient handling, which is one of the benefits that they have to offer. They’re also insensitive to moisture or any external factors, like dirt or mechanical influences, which can reduce maintenance costs, since companies won’t have to constantly print cards for their employees. Another great thing is the fact that they don’t need their own energy source, diminishing the need to buy new batteries.


RFID Smart Card

We always have a lot of cards in our wallets, they could be credit cards, bank cards, ID cards, IC cards, membership cards, but when it comes to RFID cards, our minds are full of questions.As we all know, with the rise and development of the Internet of things, RFID technology has come into our lives, your membership card, ID card may be a kind of RFID smart card. 

RFID smart cards have been adopted all over the world. Their increasing popularity is due to how convenient and fast they are, which makes them perfect for the education, identification, retail and transportation sectors.


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Among the most common applications for an RFID smart card we can find:

Access Control: The RFID cards are issued with access rights in companies where data has to be controlled and objects need to be identified.

Gift Cards: They’re activated by the POS, allowing cashless payments in a similar way to credit or debit cards.

Event Accreditation: Some of these cards can be broken in two parts: One half works as either a ticket or an ID-card, while the other is printed with special information.

Student ID: They can be used as tickets for public transport, cashless payments in canteen and as a library card. Some student ID cards can be thermo-rewritten and personalized with their photo, name, matriculation number and even fingerprints.

Voucher Cards: These smart cards can be integrated to a loyalty system. A voucher can be personalized and can be redeemed at the company’s store or website. They can be found at boutiques, cinemas and restaurants.

Membership Cards: They’re often used by clubs, organizations and museums, including the members’ personal data.

Customer Cards: They store customer-specific data, as well as information about a store’s loyalty program. They’re often used to provide discounts and additional services.

Authority ID Cards: They’re used for time registration and access control. Authority ID cards can be additionally coded after printing the service ID, as well as personalized with photos to have a better control of the employees.