Vail Resorts, Inc, through its subsidiaries, is the leading mountain resort operator in the United States and keeps raising the bar in terms of guest experiences. With a mission of "Extraordinary resorts, Exceptional experiences," Vail saw an opportunity to improve guests' experiences by implementing Easy Scan RFID Lift Access for scanning season passes.Read More
As one of the largest community colleges in the country, City College of San Francisco provides a quality, affordable education option for the Bay Area. To streamline their processes, the City College needed to reduce the amount of time to print student ID cards while improving card image quality. With the Zebra ZXP Series 8 printing solutions they now print sharper-image student cards in 15 seconds.
In response to the increased potential of terrorist attacks against key facilities, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has raised security standards for nuclear power plants. American Barcode & RFID --a Zebra Card Printer Solutions partner—has created a custom ID verification application to help a major power provider meet the NRC's new security requirements, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.
The Rittenhouse is Philadelphia's most prestigious hotel address, featuring all of the unique historic charm and residential ambiance of Rittenhouse Square. Whenever on duty, all 280+ employees are required to display their laminated photo ID cards, which the hotel previously created using an outdated in-house camera system.
This white paper provides an overview of FIPS 201-compliant smart ID cards and shows the significant benefits the technology enables. The paper also shows how to produce PIV-I compliant access cards that contain tamper-resistant coatings, radio frequency identification (RFID), and other features using the latest printing technologies.
Before you purchase a card printer, there are a few things you should know about ID cards and printers. The type of printer you choose will depend on: • The type of card you plan to use • How many cards you plan to print • How often you need to print cards • What printing elements you need to incorporate into your card • The quality of card images • Type of encoding required on the card
Gen 2 and other UHF technologies remove many of the limitations traditionally associated with contactless ID cards, but create new system-planning challenges. This white paper explains how organizations can take advantage of the range, speed, security, and memory of Gen 2 RFID cards to create effective processes for employee and customer identification, security, asset management, and customer service.
Fraud and theft are constant threats to any organization, and the protections put in place against malicious activities must constantly evolve. This white paper defines how human resources and security departments can print intelligent ID cards to identify employees, visitors and patrons, and manage access to facilities, equipment, and services through a range of “intelligent” access card technologies.
The 2011 Campus Safety magazine’s “How Safe Is Your Campus?” report revealed that 52 percent of faculty said their institutions fail to dedicate sufficient resources to campus safety and security. The simple answer relies on the same technology that corporations use—secure smart ID cards. Embedded with “smart” features such as radio frequency identification (RFID) and tamper-resistant laminates, education campuses can realize a wide range of benefits, from tightening security, to streamlining admission, to improving paid services.
Retransfer technology is the optimal on-demand printing solution for meeting the stringent image quality and encoding standards that advanced card applications require. Today’s innovative technology for retransfer printing delivers a fast, flexible, and affordable solution.