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ENJOYRFID.CO, - PT Indonesia Telecommunications Industry (INTI) went four-wheeled vehicle owners and car community in Jakarta in order to educate and mounting Ring smart cards(Radio Frequency Identification) for free.
Some of the locations that they sambangi in this program is complex Mutiara Taman Prima Kebon Jeruk, Community Toyota Avanza Club (TACI) and Avanza Xenia Club (AXIC) in SCBD area, South Jakarta. Then dozens of four-wheeled vehicle owners of Great Corolla Club in Mega Glodok Kemayoran (MGK). For two days, Saturday - Sunday, officers of PT INTI pair of combo cardson dozens of vehicles at each location.
"In a matter of the number is still very small compared to the population of four-wheeled vehicles or more target Ring RFID installation in Jakarta, but this is the first step in educating about the importance of contactless cards Ring function in the program SMPBBM (Control Monitoring System Fuel Oil) to the front, "Andi said Nugroho, Dissemination Manager SMPBBM PT INTI through a press release on Monday, October 14th, 2013.
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RFID CARDare very inexpensive to produce but they have almost no security use to both hotel and guest. They can easily be duplicated by a photocopier and easily read by any optical reader. Even mobile phones have built-in barcode reader software.
The use of barcodes as a means to open guestrooms was short-lived, if not a waste of money. One keycard is still in use even after more than 20 years.? This is the magnetic- stripe type or the swipe card. With this type, audit trail is limited because the magnetic stripe stores only the usage info of the keycard and it is only downloadable in special reading machines.
However, security concerns question the integrity of the magnetic key card in the advent of rfid inlaycloning and copying. Notions made it appear that magnetic-stripe keycard carries the same personal information in credit cards. Even security specialists speculated that hotel staff master keycards can also be cloned, assuming that these cards contain encrypted valuable information. Why would hotels store data in disposable plastic card or for one-time use? Purely fiction but still warrants looking into.
This perception compelled the hotel industry to consider other modern access-control technologies like biometrics, radio frequency identification combo cards or proximity cards. These are the no-swipe access tokens. Biometrics technology includes fingerprint reading, palm scanning (imagine calling this as palm reading), and iris-scan technology.
Some find biometrics impractical and more risky, if not time-consuming, to register. Would you bother to register your fingerprint for an overnight stay? Even long-staying guests would think twice.