SmartWorldAcademy conducted its first training course on microcontroller smart cards

Friday 4 June 2004 00:35 CET | News

ACG Identification GmbH, has completed the first course conducted by the SmartWorldAcademy, their new training and consultancy center for state-of-the-art smart card applications.

The first three students, who attended a customized three-day training course, came from CETIS, a Slovenian printing company that manufactures plastic cards and passports and is also involved in special projects such as the Slovenian Census. CETIS, the supplier of the current Slovenian passport, is aiming to win one of the e-passport projects that will be implemented in Slovenia and its neighboring countries within this year. The course designed by the SmartWorldAcademy covered topics such as fundamentals of microcontroller smart card technology, card communication protocols and principles of traditional filesystem oriented operating systems and Javacard, with examples demonstrated on FlashCOS and JCOP 20 respectively. Provider of technical training courses covering hot topics such as PKI, access control, time and attendance, identification and authentication, loyalty and multi-application schemes, as well as international and industry standards for microcontroller and dual interface cards, the SmartWorldAcademy, located in Prague, was launched in February 2004. The vendor independent training center offers courses designed for system integrators, card manufacturers and solution providers. Further information can be found on:

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