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Idesco readers recognise personal tax numbers encoded in IDs for Finnish construction sites

Published on 7 April, 2014
Idesco’s 9 CM 2.0 GPRS readers were designed to serve truly remote, outdoor construction sites
Idesco 13,56 MHz readers recognise the new card UID standard developed and approved for the sites

Fairly soon all Finnish construction workers will have their personal tax numbers encoded in IDs they carry to enter their construction sites. Ongoing access control and personal ID deployments at Finnish construction sites are being designed in no small measure to help strengthen tax compliance across the industry. Not surprisingly, all Idesco 13,56 MHz readers already recognise the new card UID standard developed and approved for these sites. In addition, Idesco’s 9 CM 2.0 GPRS readers were designed especially to serve truly remote, outdoor construction sites since they come equipped with cable-less GPRS data transmission beneath their robustly rugged housing.


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