MultiService Cards project

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  • 13. May 2015 at 13:19
    Hi ,

    In Our company we intend to launch a new project , the main idea is a multi-service card, a card who include work access , loyalty points and many other services. And we intend to introduce the concept of micro payment in our country market through this card that will be rechargeable, it is a reproduction of Octopus card (Hongkong).

    In our country we didn’t find experts who can we oriented , so i decided to post in this forum .

    We want more information about NFC card-based systems , our R&D team found multiple choice of technology (Mifare, FeliCa, ..) and we don't want to invest in a technology that does not meet our needs for the project .

    What the infrastructure required to develop such a solution and use MIFARE Cards ?

    We want to invest in a technology (SDK) not solutions, we plan to recruit the staff required to implement our solutions .

    Hope you guide us in our project .
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    Re: MultiService Cards project

    13. May 2015 at 16:09

    a "multi service card" allows it to put several applications and files to the card. The MIFARE DESFire is designed for this purpose with the highest security mechanism to protect the each application for spurious access from outside and protect each application to another.

    The MIFARE SDK is an easy-to-use library for Android apps who want to write and read to MIFARE products from Android phone.

    Please visit our documentation pages for detailed information.

    The MIFARE Team
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    Re: MultiService Cards project

    13. May 2015 at 16:18
    Thank you for your quick reply ... i saw you Android SDK on your web site but most of our solutions will be on servers and card reader (witch they are also connected to our servers )

    My questions are :
    what is the best Dev environment on server for MIFARE ?
    The best terminals to use in my project (card reader/writer ...) ?
    what type of card should i choose ?

    the link don't work i haven't find the documentation page :/
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