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What Makes the ACR38U Suited for E-Government?

FIPS 201 is a US standard covering personal identity verification (PIV) for the US Federal employees/contractors. The ACR38U-I1 and ACR38U-N1 Pocketmate, both housing the powerful ACR38U core, are FIPS 201-certified. Both readers are also TAA-compliant, making them especially suited to Federal e-government applications.

Learn more about the ACR38U-I1 and ACR38U-N1 here:






ACR3801 for E-Government

Did you know that the ACR3801 was designed to not slide across tabletops? And being certified/compliant with major standards (FIPS 201, TAA, PC/SC, CCID, MS WHQL, CE, FCC, ROHS and ISO7816), we know it won’t budge from the demands of e-government applications either. In our product presentation, we propose a way for you to integrate smart card technology into government services.



Healthcare records require confidentiality. But what if you need to set different access rights for doctors and patients? What if you use an unsecure public network, e.g. the Internet, to send and receive information?

Smart card technology protects sensitive information through encryption, meaning that data is scrambled so that they become unreadable to an unauthorized party. In the demo below, the ACR38 smart card reader and ACOS3 smart card show how doctors and patients can access confidential data online without compromising security:

ACR38F Smart Floppy


ACR38F is the ideal solution for easy integration of smart card readers into the desktop environment, as it uses the same electronic circuit as  ACR38 smart card readers. << Read to learn more. >>