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BS EN 1332-4:2007

BS EN 1332-4:2007

Identification card systems. Man-machine interface. Coding of user requirements for people with special needs

2007-07-31 /Under Review
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EN 1332-4:2007

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Reemplaza a: BS EN 1332-4:1999

This European Standard defines the data objects to be stored within an integrated circuit(s) card and exchanged in order to enable integrated circuit(s) card accepting terminals to identify specific user interface preferences. The preference information may be used by terminals to configure appropriate methods of communicating with the user during a transaction process. The European Standard also specifies a mechanism for the retrieval of the user preference information from an integrated circuit(s) card and for the combination of data objects to form particular user profiles, through the assignment of unique tags. Formats and detailed definitions of single data objects are specified, however, the exact method of storage of data within the integrated circuit(s) card is outside the scope of this European Standard. This European Standard is applicable to the scenario where the cardholder operates the card accepting equipment (e.g. a cash dispenser, ticket machine, vending machine) and to integrated circuit(s) cards conforming to ISO/IEC 7816-4 and ISO/IEC 7816-6 and personalised to the individual cardholder.
Interfaces, Disabled people, Integrated circuit cards, Cards, Ergonomics, Coding (data conversion), Objects (programming language), Aids for the disabled, Amplification, Colour codes, Identity cards, Length, Conformity, Tags (data processing), Position, Identification methods, Programming languages, Data elements, Frequencies
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