Monthly Archives: November 2010

Oakland, CA a first US town to issue ID debit cards

According to Washington Post Oakland city council has ordered municipal ID cards for its residents. ┬áThe ID cards will double as a full-fledged debit card. City council wants to improve safety with the new ID cards. Illegal immigrants were forced … Continue reading

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US green card with RF

According to MarketWatch USCIS started issuing new green cards earlier this year. New features include advanced optical security media and radio frequency ID tags which comply with the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative. Permanent resident ID cards, commonly called ‘green cards’ … Continue reading

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Employee ID card for physical and logical access to company resources

Current state of technology allows for integrating various forms of access into employee id badge. Photo id card integrated with proximity card offers physical identification, logical and physical access. Each company and public institution has various physical access limitations. This … Continue reading

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Id card printing process

PVC card printers use heat to apply dye onto ID card surface. Dye is carried on cellophane foil. When printhead presses the foil against surface of the id card precisely applied heat evaporates dye which is then diffused onto card … Continue reading

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