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Month: December 2021

Humboldt State introduces mobile payment for parking

Humboldt State is adding a new, mobile payment method for parking on campus with the start of the spring semester. The university will launch of the Passport Parking App for its students and campus constituents that will feature a contactless mobile payment system, as well as remote meter top up and other convenience features.

U. Rhode Island adds mobile payment app for laundry services

The University of Rhode island has turned to Automatic Laundry, a laundry service provider to the colleges and universities in the Northeast, to integrate the company's proprietary LaundryConnect Pay app. LaundryConnect is a closed-loop mobile payment system, which will now tie into the University of Rhode Island's existing campus card system.

CR80Chats: Explaining the wireless access control options

In this final installment of our "Exploring the Future of Campus Identity" series with ASSA ABLOY, Lester LaPierre helps to explain the notable differences between the wireless access control options currently available to colleges and universities. Watch as LaPierre delves into the wireless technologies being used for access control today, including Aperio, Wi-Fi, and the legacy 900 Mhz technology.

Grubhub brings delivery robots to U. of Arizona

Mobile food-ordering and delivery platform, Grubhub recently deployed a fleet of Yandex Self-Driving Group's delivery robots on the campus of the University of Arizona. The deployment marks the second campus client to sign on with the Grubhub-Yandex robot delivery partnership this fall, following flagship campus Ohio State University.

Protecting your campus card program from supply chain issues

As supply chain issues in 2021 persist, Mark Degan from identity solutions provider ColorID offers a look at the challenges ahead and talks about ways campuses can to overcome potentially troublesome delays. Degan stresses that with patience, foresight, and a measure of flexibility, colleges and universities can overcome the supply chain challenges until the situation eases.

Kiosks and self-service tech streamline campus food service at U Buffalo

An ongoing dining services push at the State University of New York at Buffalo is reinforcing the utility of self-service checkout and the mobile technology that powers it. The university is improving the food service experience using the GET app from longtime partner CBORD, as well as Nextep kiosks and Oracle’s Micros Simphony POS.


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