Zero-contact experience is approaching

The World is facing a widespread challenge with the outbreak of COVID-19, and this has impacted our routine life immensely. 

We also have never experienced unprecedented pandemic such as COVID-19 in our lifetime and the focus is moving towards prevention by ourselves and makes the best of what it has to be given us.

Identification cards are used in everyday life. 

And in accordance with hygiene tendency what people do clearly define, the associated business from access control to payment cards and driver licenses, the future of zero contact provides an opportunity when upgrading your ID Card Printer.


Card Printing Solutions during a Global Crisis – “Untact”

In some of the verticals where the plastic cards are used above, you can’t escape the moment that meets unspecified people when issued or renewed cards while waiting for a very long line.

“Untact” is a Buzzword trending around the world, especially, that relates to reducing person-to-person contact through technology.

“UNTACK” meaning NO-CONTACT is a portmanteau of the prefix “un” and “contact” that alludes to what a contactless society in the post-coronavirus era will look like.

This Korean-English word (UNTACK) has resurfaced and in the spotlight again after first showing up around 2018. This gives the card printing and security card industry the opportunity to showcase IDP’s contactless benefits of business in society.

At this moment, there are two factors we should concentrate on.

     1. The hygienic demand (Contactless) has increased
     2. Fear of face-to-face contact has also increased


•  UNTACT – Demand for Contactless Business Grows

Concerns over hygiene are at an all-time high when we touch or use the equipment with our hands.
Ironically, people don’t want to touch anything apart from their own cellphones.

For example, we commonly used to touch the fingerprinted device when passing by school or company without hesitation before the coronavirus outbreaks.

The use of Contactless Smart Cards with RF Chips do not require direct contact and is ideal during this pandemic.

When it comes to a contactless card, if the access/attendance card is placed in the card case or back of the mobile phone case, the quality of hygiene will be higher than in the case that the user is holding by hands.
Plus, desktop card printers that can encode and print Contactless Smart Cards with RF Chips can be essential during these trying times and can help keep the virus numbers down globally.

It is are also able to incorporate designs with unique elements such as holograms and UV patterns that can prevent counterfeit use in public institutions and companies.

•    Unattended instant card issuance Kiosks

The Self kiosk service is already widely spread at off-site locations such as banking, subway ticket, driving license, and automobile registration cards.
Before the outbreak, IDP Co Ltd,. has and continues to provide the compact SMART-51 KIOSK.

The SMART-51 KIOSK is easy to install in public institutions as well as
in the SMART-70 Multi-hopper which is capable of up to 6 different types and has a capacity to hold a total of 3,000 cards.

Automatic kiosk service supports fast card issuance and operates 24/7, for customer convenience.
Administrators can also remotely monitor the overall card issuance status, such as the operation of consumables through contactless integration making maintenance convenient and seamless.

These kinds of self-service instant card issuance are the best way to adapt without human interaction to help prevent the spread where various forms of card issuance services are needed.

Unfortunately, the end of the Covid-19 pandemic is unknown and Contactless business interactions are essential to keeping the number of cases down.
Access control and unattended self-service kiosks are part of the zero-contact paradigm and have become an essential element in our daily life.

If you have any questions about Self-service kiosk or security card issuance related,
Feel free to contact us at sales@idp-corp.com

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  • #SMART-70



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privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

IDP Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”) regards the protection of personal data of customers who use card printing solution and all related services (hereinafter referred to as “Services”) as very important, and the Company complies with applicable laws and regulations such as GDPR, law on protection of personal data.

Article 1 (Items of Personal Data and Method of Collection)

Article 2 (Purpose of Collection and Use of Personal Data)

Article 3 (The Disposal of Special Categories of Personal Data)

The Company shall not collect any sensitive personal data (such as race or ethnic origin, ideology, creed, birthplace, domicile, political propensity and criminal record, health status and sex life) that may be of concern to the customers’ basic human rights violations, but inevitable when the Company must collect the data, the Company must get the customers’ prior consent.

Article 4 (Term of Retaining and Use of Personal Data)

Article 5 (Customer’s Rights and Methods to Execute Customer’s Rights)

Customer has the right, at any time, to access or rectify his/her personal data, and customer may request to erase the data. the Company shall take measures if customer contacts the data protection officer by writing, telephone or e-mail after the identity verification process. If customer requests rectification of an error in personal data, the Company will not use or provide the personal data until the rectification is completed. In addition, if wrongful personal data has already been provided to a third party, the result of rectification will be notified to the third party so that the rectification can be made. The Company treats personal data that has been erased at customer's request as described in “Term of Retaining and Use of Personal Data” and prohibits the data from being accessed or used for other purposes.

If customer exercises ‘right to object’ on data collected for marketing purposes by the Company, the Company immediately ceases processing the personal data. Notwithstanding, the Company may process personal data if the Company can demonstrate that its compelling legitimate interest overrides the interests or the fundamental rights and freedoms of the data subject, or if the processing is for the determination, exercise or defense of legal claims.

Article 6 (Outsourcing of Processing of Personal Data)

Article 7 (Processing of Children’s Personal Data)

The Company does not process personal data of children under 14 (In Europe, children under16). The Company may verify the age at the time of collecting personal data.

Article 8 (Data Protection Officer)

The Company has designated customer center and a data protection officer to protect the personal data and cope with relevant complaint.

1. Republic of Korea
KISA Privacy Center privacy.kisa.or.kr / 118
Supreme Prosecutors’ Office of the Republic of Korea www.spo.go.kr / 1301
Cyber Terror Response Center cyberbureau.police.go.kr / 182
2. Other Countries
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Belgium www.privacycommission.be Italy www.garanteprivacy.it
Bulgaria www.cpdp.bg Latvia www.dvi.gov.lv
Croatia www.azop.hr Lithuania www.ada.lt
Cyprus www.dataprotection.gov.cy Luxembourg www.cnpd.lu
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Ireland www.dataprotection.ie

Article 9 (Modification and Notification of Privacy Policy)

Additions, deletions, modifications to this privacy policy will be notified through the homepage of the websites, etc.


This privacy policy takes effect on May 1, 2020.