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International Chamber of Commerce

The largest business organization in the world. It provides arbitration services for disputes between member companies in different countries. The ICC also examines potential policies and other measures that can be taken to promote international commerce. It was established in 1919 and maintains its secretariat in Paris.

Interstate Commerce Commission

A former organization of the U.S. federal government established to regulate railroads. Among other things, it ensured fair prices for consumers and attempted to prevent racial discrimination on rail. Its jurisdiction was later expanded to include trucking. It was established in 1887 and was abolished in 1995.
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The smart card will reduce the likelihood of your company experiencing a loss.
While magnetic stripe technology is able to process and record transactions instantaneously, transactions with smart card technology occur offline during nightly batch processing, then link directly to a student's bank account.
The number of industries in Asia now taking advantage of smart card technologies continues to increase.
Phenomenal though it may be, not all the growth in smart cards will be easily tapped by molders.
Indeed, the technology required to implement an attack based on causing a smart card to decode instructions incorrectly isn't much more complicated than that used to pirate TV signals.
World Access Control (Physical & Logical) Market, part of the Smart Card Subscription, evaluates the uptake of corporate ID smart cards in both physical and logical access control applications.
5G services is boosting high-end smart card IC chip sales since they require larger memory capacity to store new features and bigger files," says Industry Analyst Anoop Ubhey.
SKY will supply either an NDS smart card or a decoder and an NDS smart card with no changes to the rental fee and the deposit.
This device also provides a stable 3V or 5V VCC power source to the smart card from an on-chip low drop-out voltage regulator, yielding a 10x improvement in noise performance over other solutions in the marketplace that employ step-up DC-DC converters.
The smart card includes the usual identity features (name, photo, date of birth) and enables holders to securely authenticate themselves when accessing e-government applications (tax return, e-voting, obtaining civil records, declaration of household employees, etc.
The WLAN Smart Card Consortium will produce submissions based on specifications for the appropriate standards bodies and promote general market adoption and credibility for the utilization of smart cards in WLAN networks.
GlobalPlatform, a cross-industry membership organization, has defined open specifications that standardize back-end smart card processes, such as card personalization, security, key management, application loading and life cycle management.