Contactless Payment by Cale

As contactless payments are increasing throughout the world, Cale is in the final stages of releasing a Near Field Technology system ased on MIFARETM. The system includes readers, MIFARE cards and charging stations available in all CWT models.
contactless payment1.PNGBesides being a fast and flexible means of payment, the card increases security and durability of the payment terminal.

The MIFARE card can be used for several applications for example, parking, public transport or public access (museum, public baths, etc.) and can also be adopted to existing city cards.

The Cale MIFARE system is being tested in a pilot project in Poland. Two terminals accepting contactless payment, CWT 104 (for parking) and CWT 2110 (for public transport, buses and trams), were recently installed in Poznan.

In more remote city areas, due to low cost of investment and installation, CWT terminals are a good complement to the larger standard ticketing machines. CWT terminals can be solar driven, thus offering low costs of operation. The software comes with many possibilities, including using different tariffs in different city zones.
contactless payment2.PNGThe special MIFARE card being used is a multiapplication card where the customer can pay for public transport as well as for parking. Even the terminal can be configured for a combination of applications.
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