Identification Systems Group develops new smart card

EDEN PRAIRIE, MN – Identification Systems Group (ISG), an elite network of dealer experts in identification and card personalization systems throughout the United States, has unveiled the MOCA (Multi-application Open Card Architecture) Card. The MOCA Card was developed in coordination with two key ISG partners, XceedID and CPI Card Group. This 13.56 MHz contactless smart card is more powerful and secure than proximity cards and also handles multiple applications with its open architecture.

The MOCA Card is available in a variety of memory sizes and is more secure, less expensive, highly durable and has approximately 100 times greater storage capacity and approximately 100 times faster read speed than traditional proximity cards. MOCA Cards are also more secure than other contactless cards on the market today. Multiple applications are available with the MOCA card, including access control, biometric security, tracking applications and logical security applications. ISG offers the ability to integrate MOCA during your ID issuance process, allowing for a single point of enrollment and card issuance.

The MOCA CardTrax program guarantees each card carries a unique access control number. The cards can be read by XceedID’s award winning line of multi-technology access control readers. These readers operate on both 125 KHz Proximity and 13.56 MHz Contactless technologies. Multi-technology readers allow traditional proximity card users to migrate to MOCA cards over time.

"The introduction of MOCA provides the market with a dynamic choice for contactless card technology. Not only can customers save money, but they can increase card security and utilize multiple applications," said Roger Sigler, Executive Director of ISG. MOCA cards are perfect for most markets, including Colleges & Universities, K-12 and Commercial. The 38 ISG Member Integrators provide on-site consultation and support to the entire USA. "Saving money while increasing security is a win-win given today’s uncertainty with security and economic concerns," Sigler added.

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