RFID cards

Cards embedded with RFID technology offer the user a large variety of applications compared to the more conventional contact based cards. RFID cards can transfer data without needing to tap or insert the card into a card reader and offers the customer security, flexibility and durability as well as being simple to use. RFID technology has a variety of uses and applications, it has a range of up to 16 feet, which makes it an ideal way to access car parks or for use in mass transit. Which reduces customers wait time at barriers and on toll roads.

NFC or RFID?

Choosing between RFID or NFC would depend on what the technology is required for.

The basic difference between RFID and NFC is that NFC is a standardised form of RFID and was originally introduced for short range, secure data exchanges (e.g. payment solutions and credit cards).

RFID Smartcards

Applications

Parking

Mass Transit

Ski pass

Access control

Time recording

Visitor permit

Voucher

Membership cards

  • They are customisable or can be left plain
  • They can be combined with additional chip technologies
  • They can transfer data up to 16 ft
  • The chip types are: HF, NFC, LF/NF, UHF

Contact

Address

NNA Ticket Ltd
14-A Jody Avenue
Toronto, ON M3N IHI
Canada

Nagels North America, LLC
101 Federal Street
Suite 1900
Boston, MA 02110
USA

Phone

Canada

T +1 416 744 0808
F +1 416 744 8787

USA

T +1 866 499 5550
F +1 775 262 5629

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