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Presented by –ABHISHEK SINGH(12122)DEBRAJ CHOUDHARY(12134)LALIT KUMAR RANA(12146)ROSHAN V SHETTY(12158)SRIHARSHA V(12170)S...
 A smart card chip or integrated circuit card (ICC), is anypocket-sized card with embedded ICs-capable of processinginfor...
 The Invention of the Smart Card By Helmut Grottrup and his colleague Jurgen Dethloffin 1968 Patented by Rolant Moreno ...
 Dimensions similar to those of a credit cards. Contained a tamper resistant security system. Managed by an administrat...
 Physical access to classrooms, labs, offices, residence halls andrecreational facilities Logical access to workstations...
 Size as of credit and Debit card Contained single embedded ICC that contains onlymemory or memory plus microprocessor ...
 Similar to Contact card, but contained embeddedantenna instead of contact card. It reads and stores information by pass...
 Also known as Dual interface card – has one smart chipembedded in it- can be accessed through either contactpads or an e...
 Contains two or more embedded chip technologies-all ina single card. Individual electronic component are not connected ...
 Flexibility Security Data Integrity Time saving Low cost as compared to other security systems like Biometricscanner...
 Information required for faculty Name, DOB, Contact no., Photo, Signature, Gender, dept. no. , designation Information...
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  1. 1. Presented by –ABHISHEK SINGH(12122)DEBRAJ CHOUDHARY(12134)LALIT KUMAR RANA(12146)ROSHAN V SHETTY(12158)SRIHARSHA V(12170)SARTHAK ROHATGI(12182)
  2. 2.  A smart card chip or integrated circuit card (ICC), is anypocket-sized card with embedded ICs-capable of processinginformation Made of plastic, generally polyvinyl chloride, acrylonitrilebutadiene styrene or polycarbonate
  3. 3.  The Invention of the Smart Card By Helmut Grottrup and his colleague Jurgen Dethloffin 1968 Patented by Rolant Moreno in 1974 Public telephone payment system(1983) Response from the Market GEC in the UK( contact less) Market potential for the application Security and user friendliness Development of the Technology highest performance smart card at the lowest cost As silicon technology develops so will the power ofthe smart card Laser cards
  4. 4.  Dimensions similar to those of a credit cards. Contained a tamper resistant security system. Managed by an administration system Communicates with external services via card-readingdevices, such as ticket readers, ATMs, etc.
  5. 5.  Physical access to classrooms, labs, offices, residence halls andrecreational facilities Logical access to workstations, networks and information Identification for library checkout, transportation and otherservices Cashless transactions for food services, vending machines andlaundry Debit card transactions in partnership with financialinstitutions
  6. 6.  Size as of credit and Debit card Contained single embedded ICC that contains onlymemory or memory plus microprocessor Memory-Only chips : functions similar to a small floppydisk Memory and microprocessor chip similar to smallfloppy disk, also contains an “intelligent” controller. Have Contact area of apprx. 1cm2 comprising of severalgold plated contact card. Inserted into card acceptor device.CONTACT CARD
  7. 7.  Similar to Contact card, but contained embeddedantenna instead of contact card. It reads and stores information by passing it within radioFrequency acceptor range. Range of operation depends on acceptor mostly about2.5-3.9 in. Common application: Student identification ,electronicpassport
  8. 8.  Also known as Dual interface card – has one smart chipembedded in it- can be accessed through either contactpads or an embedded antenna. Popular application: Mass transit
  9. 9.  Contains two or more embedded chip technologies-all ina single card. Individual electronic component are not connected toeach other while sharing space in a single card.
  10. 10.  Flexibility Security Data Integrity Time saving Low cost as compared to other security systems like Biometricscanner. Portability
  11. 11.  Information required for faculty Name, DOB, Contact no., Photo, Signature, Gender, dept. no. , designation Information required for students Name, DOB, Contact no., photo, signature, gender, enrollment no. , bloodgroup, address. Information required for office staff Name, DOB, Contact no., photo, signature, gender, department
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