Mobiz Technologies accompanies financial and secure transactions related companies in the evolution of their payment systems, acquiring and issuing network, using state of the art cutting edge new technologies in the payment and financial industry.
From System Consulting and Training to firmware development and low level Validation following standards, Mobiz Technologies is the one-stop shop solutions for secure transactions products and services thanks to its unique synergy between know-how, low cost software development, validation and hardware capabilities.
To achieve these services, Mobiz Technologies has acquired expertise in payment, retail, transport and digital security.Thanks to this expertise, Mobiz Technologies can address almost all levels of requirements for the needs of these industries in the Secure Transaction area.
Some 2,000 Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) beacons have been installed across London's Gatwick Airport to provide an indoor navigation system and an augmented reality wayfinding service so that passengers can be shown directions in the camera view of their mobile device.
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Korea JoongAng Daily — “Lotte Card’s Hand Pay allows customers to pay using an individual’s distinct vein pattern on the palm as identification… Hand Pay maximizes convenience when paying because customers do not need credit cards or even smartphones.”
Payments UK — “Rapid growth in the use of contactless cards means cash will be overtaken as Britain’s most frequently used payment method by the end of 2018… By 2018, when debit cards are forecast to overtake cash, 13.4 billion debit card payments are predicted, of which 4.6 billion (or one in three) are expected […]
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|Digital, decisive and drone-ready: American Express commissioned study shows Gen Z’s customer experience expectations|
American Express — “33% of Gen Z respondents have used a device specific mobile wallet (i.e. Apple Pay, Samsung Pay or Android Pay) in the last three months, compared to only 22% of Gen Y.”
The EU Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) is calling on the European Commission to define a policy framework ensuring minimal requirements for the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices along with the development of mandatory staged requirements for security and privacy to give stakeholders a “level playing field” in implementing trust into connected devices and IoT systems.
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