Photo ID Card Technology
Photo ID Cards with Access Card Technology
Having a photo ID card with proximity or smart card technology allows you to track and secure your facility at key entrances using access control technology. Many colleges and universities utilize prox and smart card technology to track and manage physical access to areas of the campus and logical access to computers and other systems.
Photo ID Cards with Barcode
Many organizations use barcodes on photo ID cards. 2D barcode technology is currently the most popular method for state DMVs (Department of Motor Vehicles) to store personal information on a driver's license. Most of our ID card printers can print several types of barcodes, including QR, 2-D and more.
Overlaminates increase durability and add security to photo ID cards. DMVs utilize custom laminates for added security, making it difficult to modify or duplicate. IdentiSys can help design a unique holographic laminate design that is customized just for your organization.
Photo ID Cards with Magnetic Stripe
Mag stripe technology gives a card multiple functions, including access control and payment processing. Many photo ID cards utilize a Hi-Co or Lo-Co mag stripe to provide an added layer of security and encryption of information or data contained in the card.
Photo ID Cards with RFID Technology
RFID tracking is a great solution for added safety and security, as it is used to track activity. These RFID cards can be produced using an ID card printer with RFID encoding. RFID cards are perfect for ID cards for club and resort membership cards, access control, customer loyalty and much more.