Payment tag AIRTAG® Pay from ISBC combines all functions of bank cards with non-financial services
Portable payment devices are a new stage in the development of bank cards. The ISBC group has developed the contactless RFID-tag AIRTAG® Pay, which complies with the EMVCo standards and the requirements of payment systems. It is compact (24.6x51 mm), convenient, durable and always within reach, which provides an increase in the number and volume of non-cash transactions.
AIRTAG® Pay combines all the functions of bank cards with non-financial services. Integration of bank cards with city services: transport cards, ACS passes and electronic keys, bonus cards - allows you to live comfortably in a modern city. Access to the office and to the corporate car park, to vending machines and coffee machines, a fitness center, loyalty programs and much more are combined on a single portable device made in Russia.
AIRTAG® Pay, unlike the usual card, will not break, even if you try to bend it, and it will not be torn. Self-restorable protective coating of composite antibacterial material allows you to carry a tag in your pocket or on a bunch of keys. At the same time, the Bank's brand will always be in sight, next to the client.
A new ISBC development will be presented at the 9th International PLUS Forum "Remote Services, Mobile Solutions, Cards and Payments 2018", booth № 61. The event will be held on May 30-31, 2018, in Moscow, Sokolniki Culture and Exhibition Center."We have developed AIRTAG® Pay, an innovative RFID tag for the financial ecosystem of the future. Integration of contactless payments and digital services on one convenient device made in Russia provides new advantages for retail banking. AIRTAG® Pay, unlike traditional cards, is always within reach. It is constantly used as an electronic key, an ACS pass, a transport card, which dramatically increases the number of transactions. The development of ISBC ensures the growth of financial indicators of the banking system and the volume of non-cash settlements of the population," said Alexander Yakichev, Director of the Department of Smart Cards and Equipment of ISBC.