Issuing the Payment and Identity Products of Tomorrow
APSCA will organise the world's first conference on Powered and Next-Generation Cards in Singapore on 9 June 2017. The conference will bring together key stakeholders in the payment and identity card ecosystem to understand the opportunities offered by these next-generation products.
Opportunities for Powered Cards
Today powered card products are being developed to reduce fraud in online commerce and Internet banking, to improve customer authentication and transaction verification, and to provide new levels of customer experience and convenience in retail banking and payments.
Powered cards are next-generation products with flexible electronic subsystems designed for consumer payment and identity applications. The flexible electronic subsystems of powered cards provide significant functionality beyond that of EMV chip and contactless cards used in payment and banking transactions today, and beyond the chip-based identity documents used in government applications.
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Powered cards can support on-card displays and LED indicators providing information to the customer, keypads or control buttons through which the customer can interact with a card and its payment or identity application, on-card biometric sensors and more! Powered cards can also support connectivity enabling customers to manage their payment and identity card products through other devices such as smartphones.
Securing Online Commerce and Banking
Authenticating Customers and Transactions
Providing Real-Time Fraud Protection
Creating Attractive, Differentiated Products
Providing New Levels of Customer Experience
Delivering Enhanced Customer Convenience
Payment Products Configured by Customers
Cards with Flexible Electronic Subsystems
Cards with Biometric Fingerprint Readers
Cards Connecting to Back-End Host Systems
Cards with Displays for Data or Logos
Cards with Interactive Keypad Controls
Cards That Support Transaction Monitoring
Cards That Communicate with Smartphones
Become a Sponsor/Exhibitor
The conference is an opportunity for payment card and identity document issuers and technology solutions providers to explore how these solutions can support the development of new products for consumer payments, retail banking, government identity documents, and connected consumer devices in the Internet of things.
The Powered and Next-Generation Cards event offers targeted opportunities to meet and promote solutions and services to the secure payment card supply chain, card manufacturers and all other stakeholders providing latest technologies for payment and identity cards. The event provides excellent opportunities to network with existing and potential partners from across the region.
Register online to secure your space today! For details about the Powered and Next-Generation Cards conference, or to enquire about sponsorship and exhibiting packages, please contact Elaine Li, Business Development Manager, in the APSCA office at firstname.lastname@example.org or +86 13671773143.