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Press Releases from ZeitControl cardsystems GmbH (4 total)

E-Ticket Germany gets faster RFID cards

ZeitControl cardsystems GmbH a developer of smart card operation systems (OS) – is contributing the BasicCard RFID to a project run by the “German National Transportation Agency (VDV)” – which will distribute over 8 million e-tickets in the next 4 years. The e-ticket is a contactless payment system for the local public transport. ZeitControl, as OS provider, together with Samsung Electronics, developed a flexible, cost-effective and fast running BasicCard applet. The ticket

RFID label with microprozessor

ZeitControl cardsystems GmbH presents the world’s first RFID label with integrated microprocessor, and so showing the future in the RFID label market. In this new label ZeitControl cardsystems is fusing their competence in inventing programmable smart cards with their knowledge in the RFID sector. The new label combines the advantages of both: BasicCard® and 13.56 MHz RFID technology. The well-known BasicCard® development environment allows you to create highly secure applications within

EASY READING OF RFID SERIAL ID-NUMBERS

The TagTracer MicroStick Multi by ZeitControl is a RFID reader for 125 kHz transponder tags. This newly developed RFID-USB stick reads the transponder’s serial ID number and transmits it directly into the PC‘s keyboard buffer. The serial number then appears wherever the cursor is currently located: e.g. in Word®, Excel®, or any other software, just as if it was typed on the keyboard. With the same dimensions as a normal USB

Dual Interface BasicCard

With the new Professional BasicCard ZC7.5, ZeitControl presents the smartest programmable smart card you’ve ever seen. While maintaining compatibility with previous BasicCards, ZeitControl has added a contactless interface. The contactless interface follows international standard ISO14443, to allow contactless communication unsing the T=CL protocol. Further, public key encryption has been enhanced to state-of-the-art security for today’s and tomorrow’s applications. This includes RSA encryption and signature algorithms with up to 4096-bit key