MIFARE Ultralight enables users to benefit from non-reloadable limited-use tickets through the appropriate usage of the One-Time-Programmable (OTP) memory area in combination with the ISO Unique IDentifier (UID) on a secure infrastructure. Additionally, MIFARE Ultralight offers maximum flexibility to realise time-based tickets (e.g. single-day tickets), zone-based tickets, multiple-ride tickets (e.g. 10-trip tickets) or even single-ride tickets. ID Enhancements. Inc. offers a variety of Ultralight Credentials.
MIFARE® Classic 1K, MIFARE Classic 4K
The MIFARE Classic Crypto algorithm is a highly cost efficient authentication and data encryption method. It has been designed for maximum performance while providing basic levels of data security. In combination with a sophisticated key diversification technique and appropriate system level security measures, this product can be used for reloadable time-based smart cards or stored-value fare collection concepts. View our various MIFARE Credentials here.
Taking advantage of the extremely secure and standardised triple-DES crypto method, MIFARE DESFire is designated for growing and open intermodal transport schemes. In combination with the MIFARE DESFire SAM (Secure Application Module in the terminal / reader), MIFARE DESFire provides highest levels of performance and security in both cards as well as in the infrastructure along with simple key handling. View our various DESFire credentials here.
NXP’s NTAG family fully complies to NFC Forum Tag specifications, ensuring universal interoperability with NFC devices (e.g., mobile phones, tablet PCs, and fixed readers). Moreover, NXP based NTAG on the ISO 14443A standard, thus allowing easy integration into existing infrastructures using MIFARE and SmartMX. The NTAG family provides varying memory sizes and other special features to allow the user to select the best cost-benefit option for a particular application. View our line of NTAG Credentials and Tags here.
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