Today, LEGIC Identsystems and NKTY High technology Development Ltd. announced a new partnership in China. The products and services offered by LEGIC's new partner NKTY include smart card solutions for admission and access control, water meters, e-payment, presence time recording, and parking ground management.
"The demand for smart identification solutions is substantial – and it's not limited to traditional admission and access control but extends to solutions requiring simple and easy-to-use charge accounting procedures," Tao Chen, General Manager at NKTY High Technology Development, explains. "As a LEGIC partner, we can guarantee that our readers are fully compatible with advanced contactless smart card systems such as LEGIC advant.“
Founded in 1994, NKTY High Technology Development Ltd. is a subsidiary of the Nankai University Institute of Robotics and Automatic Information Systems. Numerous successful projects are centered around authorization cards and multifunction employee ID cards for university institutions and company premises.
"We are delighted that with NKTY High Technology Development, a major system integrator on the northern Chinese market, will be relying on our technology and we wish NKTY good luck as a LEGIC partner," states Dr. Otto Eggimann, Vice President Sales and Business Development of LEGIC Identsystems.
About LEGIC® Identsystems Ltd
LEGIC Identsystems Ltd, with headquarters in zwitzerland, is a leader in the design and manufacture of 13.56 MHz contactless smart card technology. The LEGIC product portfolio includes highly integrated LEGIC RF Standard, ISO 15693, ISO 14443 and NFC/ISO 18092 compliant read/write chip sets, security modules and transponder chips.
LEGIC Identsystems currently works with over 250 external co-operation partners worldwide who offer compatible LEGIC all-in-one-card applications including access control, e-payment, parking, e-ticketing and other multiapplications. More than 3 million readers and over 150 million credentials are successfully integrated in more than 100,000 work and leisure places worldwide.