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FedExField uses smart cards and biometrics for employee ID cards

By |July 19th, 2010|

As host to the Washington Redskins during the NFL season and various other sporting events throughout the year, FedExField in Andover, Maryland requires a large team of employees to keep the stadium running. During the off season, when there are no events, the stadium houses about 50 employees during the day. However, when an event rolls around, between seasonal, contract and temporary employees, the stadium workforce can expand to as many as 10,000 employees working for a single event. To secure access points and verify credentials, FedExField stadium operators implemented a new high-tech and biometric employee ID badge system.

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ID cards part of heightened security push at Cleveland County Courthouse

By |November 25th, 2009|

Oklahoma's Cleveland County Courthouse is launching a new photo ID program in response to several recent security breaches involving people bringing in weapons or potentially dangerous objects. The new ID system aims to make it easier for deputies to screen courthouse visitors and search all bags being brought into the building. To do this, the east door of the courthouse will now be open only to courthouse employees and attorneys carrying an ID card issued by the Sheriff's Department.
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Brighten up your ID card program with color PVC cards

By |October 27th, 2009|

Looking for a way to make your cards more vibrant and eye-catching? Consider color PVC cards. They're perfect for applications such as membership and loyalty programs, gift cards, reward card programs, name tags, employee badges, and more.
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New employee identification badges for emergency responders offer more accountability

By |June 30th, 2009|

A new employee badge system will soon be in place for the emergency responders of Steamboat Springs, Colorado. This new ID system will standardize badges issued to law enforcement, firefighters, paramedics, and non-government agencies that are potential responders in emergencies. The new ID program is being put in place to help organize and manage the chaos that often happens at emergency scenes, by creating greater accountability for the emergency responders on the scene.

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ID cards for Thai employees to be equipped with RFID

By |July 3rd, 2008|

Imagine flashing your employee ID in front of a vending machine. No, you’re not confusing the vending machine with your office guard after a long day of work. Your ID card, equipped with RFID antenna, can buy you coffee or a snack. Office employees in Thailand are about to have this become a reality – with new RFID-enabled employee ID cards.

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Smart Cards to bring secure identification to Chinese Customs Staff

By |July 2nd, 2008|

Currently, Chinese Customs staff members and officers have paper identification badges. Paper IDs work for some – but for officers who are constantly on the go, keeping China’s booming ports safe – they can be a bit of a letdown (to say the least). That’s why about 4,400 new smart ID cars were issued to Customs and Excise Department officers this Tuesday.

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City of Abilene launches employee ID program to secure buildings

By |May 21st, 2008|

City employees in Abilene, Texas will soon be required to carry ID badges to enter and move through city buildings. Abilene is in the process of setting up a card-based access control system that will secure all city buildings. Phase 1 of the project, which involves issuing employee ID cards, is now underway.

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New ID badges make the disappearance of Aloha Airlines real for many former employees

By |May 19th, 2008|

It was a shock to many Hawaiians when Aloha Airlines suddenly shut down. Tourists and island hoppers were stuck at the airports and at the moment, many Aloha employees were wondering what they were supposed to do. Even turning in their Aloha Airlines ID badge was hard – their last connection to the employer they lovingly served.

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Crown Point institutes employee ID card policy

By |May 15th, 2008|

After a slew of scams involving thieves impersonating city employees, Crown Point, Indiana has launched a new employee identification card program. This month, all city employees will receive ID cards which they must carry during working hours. Public works employees, and those who deal directly with the public, will be required to keep their badges visibly displayed.

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Airports take a closer look at biometric ID cards for workers

By |May 6th, 2008|

Recent security breaches, including a well-publicized incident involving ID fraud at the O’Hare Airport, have caused Congress, airports, and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to push for biometric identification for airport employees nationwide. While airports have issued employee ID badges for years, the focus is now shifting towards biometrics, and the inclusion of fingerprints and iris recognition in all airport worker credentials.

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