MAN Diesel introduces multifunctional employee badge and uses latest LEGIC card-in-card solutions to integrate transponders supplied by third parties
Virtual LEGIC transponder creates plenty of scope for more applications and supports multiple sites use of the card
New LEGIC card-in-card solutions make it possible to store usual LEGIC applications of an employee card on a single dual interface smart card. The LEGIC card can thus be used in 9 shops, 8 canteen tills, 8 top-up stations, 44 vending machines and over 50 access control and time & attendance terminals supplied by various manufacturers.
In addition, the LEGIC card-in-card solutions also make it possible to integrate contactless applications into the existing technology platform in Denmark. MAN Diesel is reaping the benefits of a future-proof, convenient solution which can be deployed across multiple sites and be expanded flexibly to cater for further applications.
Alice Stiene, MAN Diesel's Project Manager explains the advantages of the new cards: "When introducing a new employee card, the challenge was to combine technologies in a cost-efficient, future-proof way. After testing the market thoroughly, we opted for the innovative LEGIC card-in-card solutions, thereby making a considerable investment in our future. The technology not only enables us to take into account the differing basic requirements of our sites. The flexibility of LEGIC advant also enables us to add any number of additional applications to the employee card at a later date."
Dr Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development at LEGIC, stresses the potential of LEGIC card-in-card solutions: "Our technology makes it possible to integrate contactless multi-applications on virtual LEGIC transponders in contactless or dual interface smart cards supplied by third parties. This way, physical and logical access systems, for example, can be combined on a single card."