HID Global's Director of Business Development, Education Solutions, Brett St. Pierre provides a rundown of the company's solution suite for the higher education vertical. In addition to newer solutions in the mobile identity and biometrics arenas, St. Pierre also discusses...
The Hyogo College of Medicine in Nishinomiya, Japan is using a facial-recognition biometric system to log student attendance in classrooms. As reported by The Japan Times, tablets are used to check student faces against pre-registered accounts in the biometric database,...
Read Winkelman, Vice President of Sales at CBORD, discusses the company’s suite of solutions and how they contribute to CBORD’s Connected Campus concept and the company’s efforts around being more open, mobile and connected. Hear how CBORD has opened its...
In early 2015, the results of an internal student dining survey indicated a need to change the University of Maryland’s dining program. But rather than simply refresh meal plan offerings, the university decided on a large-scale revamp that, among other...
Demnark's Copenhagen Business School is set to fully implement finger vein biometrics for payments from UK-based biometric payment company, Fingopay. The move will see finger vein payments made available campus-wide at the Danish university.
Auburn University has updated and expanded the biometric access system used at its athletic facilities. Biometric security systems provider Princeton Identity Inc., is providing its new IDS software and Access200 iris readers as part of the latest system update.
Texas' Lufkin High School has installed fingerprint readers at exterior entrances to campus for students and faculty access. The move makes Lufkin the first high school in East Texas to install keyless entry fingerprint scanners at campus entry-points.
A number of universities in China have turned to biometrics to support access control to academic and residence facilities, and a new dorm at Shanghai Normal University is taking this trend to another level.
The Bulldawg Box Program is the University of Georgia’s answer to food waste and disposable containers in campus dining halls. The program is now available on campus for all students on a university meal plan..
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Join us, @NACCUorg, and @TouchNet to explore how campus card programs can successfully navigate the sales and procurement process. Join the webinar on June 6, 2 pm EDT. https://go.touchnet.com/l/652093/2022-05-18/lsndq
Webinar: Learn how the University of Arizona uses campus cards, mobile ordering, kiosks, lockers, and robots to revolutionize campus dining. April 7, 2-2:30 EDT. Register Now at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7821245544009488910?source=campus-id
A dining services push at the @UBuffalo is reinforcing the utility of self-service checkout. @CBORD is improving the food service experience using the GET app, as well as Nextep kiosks and Oracle’s Micros Simphony POS.
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