CardLogix launches encoding engine for ID cards and badges

April 16, 2014 - 

CardLogix has announced its new Card Encoding Engine, for the creation of secure ID cards and badges.

According to the company, CEE is a comprehensive card personalization software for designing, encoding and printing credential data, as well as badge issuance.

CEE’s main features include support the a wide variety of ID credential types and card technologies, including ISO 7816 encoding for smart cards, biometrics, magnetic stripe, barces, QR and ICAO-compliant MRZs. It also includes built-in support for pre-designed CardLogix cards with security graphics and streamlined encoding of a chip card’s logical data structures without API programming.

Additionally, says the company, as a part of the idblox Identity Credential Ecosystem, there is also support for the latest generation of Matica and Evolis card printers, biometrics by Corvus and Precise Biometrics, as well as logical access by Access Smart.

The CEE Single Station, Multi-User Edition runs on Windows 7 and Windows 8. It comes with two years of free updates and a two-year product warranty. The MSRP for CEE is $4,999, and will be available online or through resllers starting next month, in May 2014.

In 2012, in a Biometrics Research Note, Rawlson King forecasted that the market for electronic identity cards will reach US$5.2 billion by 2015.

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