Recent Examples of smart card from the Web
While commuters could pay for the parking spaces with cash or smart cards, the city lost money while data issue was sorted out.
The ongoing problem has made the pay-by-phone parking app and credit card payments at the daily fee parking machines unavailable for six days now, though commuters can pay with cash or smart cards.
The transit authority has been transitioning to a single-fare tool, the SEPTA Key smart card, since last year.
Transit officials and companies anticipate that NFC, along with Bluetooth and QR Code technology, will make physical tickets, tokens and even smart cards purchased from a vending machine obsolete.
Latch’s hardware and software system allows entry using methods such as a passcode, smartphone or a smart card.
Right now the smart card works on every mode of travel except the Regional Rail, and an early adopters program is planned to begin for commuter rail in December.
Some agencies are trying move away from smart cards.
As Emiko Jozuka recently reported for Motherboard, futuristic memorials are gaining popularity with the help of smart cards, conveyor belts and artistically lit Buddhas.
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SMART CARD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of smart card for English Language Learners
: a plastic card (such as a credit card) that has a small computer chip for storing information
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