RFID cards provide convenience and a high level of sophistication for a variety of ID applications. An embedded antenna stores information and enables cardholders to perform tasks by simply waving their RFID cards in front of a Card reader. RFID cards are highly popular for employee access control.
RFID cards can be designed to allow access to whichever area deemed necessary. Each card will have a built in authorization code for certain areas. When an employee or team member approaches an access area they will have to scan their card. If their card is programmed for access they will be permitted to enter, if not they will be denied. This is referred to as 'physical access control'. RFID cards may also be utilized for 'logical access control'. This simply means that they provide access to computer systems. This allows an organization to control which employees can access particular areas of a computer network.