ACS Launches Online Demo Webpage and Loyalty and E-Purse Demo

Advanced Card Systems Ltd. (ACS) has recently put up demo.acs.com.hk , which shows some demo applications that use ACS devices. The first application featured on this page is the e-Purse and Loyalty Demo, which shows users how to create cashier and customer cards, shop for products, top up e-Purse cards, and convert loyalty points to e-Purse value. This is for users who want to come up with point of sale–related applications and loyalty programs.

ACS has developed the online demo webpage to improve its support package for developers. Through sample web applications that are comprehensive and on-demand, developers who want to integrate ACS devices into their applications can learn how to do so anytime and anywhere, even without an ACS representative.

Demos are geared towards users who already have ACS devices.

How to Access ACS’s Online Demo Webpage

  • Go to demo.acs.com.hk.
  • Another way to access the online demo webpage is through www.acs.com.hk. Users simply have to go to Support and Downloads, and then click Online Demo.

Demo Webpage

Demo webpage via acs.com.hk

  • After a simple registration, select Launch Demo. (Note that demos require a java plug-in.)

Demo Webpage

  • Users will also be asked to plug in supported readers/cards. For example, to access the  e-Purse and Loyalty Demo, users will need two ACOS3 Smart Cards and either an ACR38U Smart Card Reader or an ACR33U-A1 SmartDuo Smart Card Reader.

Demo Webpage

  • Then, users can try out the demo.

Demo Webpage

ACS will be announcing other demos as soon as they are put up. Keep tuned for updates!

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About Advanced Card Systems Ltd.

ACS is Asia Pacific’s #1 supplier of PC-linked Smart Card Readers. One of a few companies at the forefront of the smart card revolution, ACS develops smart card and reader technologies providing security, convenience and efficiency to daily life. Visit http://www.acs.com.hk/ for more information.

Posted on March 4, 2013, in Android, Applications and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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