X-86 – 500 Mhz or Higher
Minimum 256 MB RAM
Recommended - 512MB
Windows 2000 Server
MS-SQL Server 2000
X-86 – 500 Mhz or Higher
128 MB RAM
Recommended: Windows 2000/XP
Based on the latest JAVA Technology Based on open database standards and protocols Based on Microsoft SQL Server 2000+ Supports Windows 2000 / NT True 32-bit client/server applications
Access control means restricting the entry of unauthorized person(s) or employee(s)/student(s) to a particular section of the organization. While implementing the access permission, we require to install an electromagnetic lock on the door(s) of the restricted area. The reader is connected to the electromagnetic lock, every time a person entering the area is supposed to show his card to the reader. If the person is permitted inside, the door will open automatically otherwise not and within milliseconds the information of the unauthorized person is flashed on any node/terminal attached therewith. People can be authorized and restricted for access permissions according to time and requirement. We call it ‘Masking’ which can be done for any number of employee(s) /student(s)/authorized person.
If a magnetic lock is placed at the door of the restricted area. A person with a visitor pass is never permitted inside that area until unless escorted by an authorized person using a masked card.
Once a person enters the area, for exit we can have optional methods:
Using the access permission we can monitor incoming and outgoing records of any employee/student. Every time an employee enters or leaves, he will have to present the card to the reader in order to operate the gate and those records are maintained simultaneously. This can help the company’s administration to increase the working potential of the backbone departments like “R&D”, labs etc. a person can authorize to enter only his/her own department.
Smart cards can store medical treatment records, emergency information and health insurance status.
Electronic payment cards allow cardholders to avoid the hassle of finding correct change by loading value into an electronic purse (“e-purse”), which can to pay for small-value everyday purchases at shops, vending machines, transport ticket machines, parking meters, public payphones etc.
Smart cards are very popular with closed user groups (residents of a city, students and staff of a university, staff of a company, etc.), who can use multi-application cards to pay for or access everyday services e.g. cafeteria meals, drinks machines, library tickets, leisure center, stadium, amusement park entry, car parking, amusement park rides etc, differentiated according to individual circumstances and status.