NFC enable multi-kiosk iTOUCH

[INQ. NO. 1604E07]
Founded in 2000, DUALi has become a leading specialty manufacturer in Korea of contactless smartcard readers and modules releasing various models of smartcard reader software, smartcard hardware, smartcard module, finger print recognition solution, and wireless system solution.https://korean-electronics.com//inquiry
DUALi has been an excellent solution provider of dual interface reader (additionally, mifare reader, felica reader and NFC reader) for e-passport solution & e-payment solution.
The iTOUCH is a multi-purpose RF reader with wide touchscreen based on WinCE 6.0. system integrator can develop any type of application such as information displays & attendance terminals for companies, universities, hospitals, shopping malls, etc.
iTOUCH, which recognizes each cardholder, can upload event logs to servers and provide custom-tailored information to the cardholder. The NFC enable multi-kiosk iTOUCH is a self kiosk that is useful for access control, time attendance, student attendance system, total information system, e-payment system, and all kinds of membership purposes of applications.
The company’s DE-EPASS is a smart reader combination of optical and RFID for e-document identification. It supports ICAO Doc 9303 (MRZ), and ISO/IEC 14443 (RF chip) compliant e-passport / any type of e-ID (ID1 format).
It allows precise yet fast identification processing. Its benefits are: faster check-in; reduction of human typing errors; increase security level by double-checking of printed & RF chip photo; and easy management of priority customers and blacklists using SDK (DB management).
Target applications for the product include hotel check-in, duty free shop ID check, airline check-in counter, and government/ police office ID check.

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