FEIG´s Multi-Application technique gives a boost to transaction speed of mass transit systems

PCI 4.0 certified Payment Terminals from Feig make Public Transport Ticketing Systems safer and significantly faster

Weilburg, (PresseBox) - cVEND from FEIG ELECTRONIC is a terminal family for Open/Closed Loop Ticketing for contactless credit cards and public transport tickets for integration in on-board terminals, validators, ticket machines or ticket gates.

The terminals are certified according to EMVCo Level 1 and PCI PTS 4.0 and offer EMVCo Level 2 kernels for American Express, Discover, Mastercard and VISA.

cVEND cares for maximum Transaction Speed
cVEND´s contactless front-end combines a secure Linux operating system and an architecture of eight, independent application directories to process open loop payment applications (by using Level 2 kernels) in parallel with closed loop ticketing applications (use of common RFID chips like Mifare, Felica, etc.). The parallel technique enables maximum possible transaction speed.

End-to-End-Encryption by Crypto Plug-ins
cVEND is available in three variants. cVEND box+ and cVEND box (with and without display) can be mounted in any kind of metallic surrounding like ticket machines and ticket gates. cVEND plug can be integrated into validation terminals, almost invisibly. All variants offer an easy and fast End-to-End-Encryption (E2EE) due to an innovative Crypto Plug-in conzept. Several interfaces, like Ethernet, USB, RS232, RS232-TTL, SPI, I2C allow integration in different applications.

Visit FEIG at UITP Global Public Transportation Summit

If you want to know more about cVEND, please visit us at UITP World Public Transportation Summit from May 15th-17th in Montreal, Canada. On booth D108 in hall 2 you will also see UHF Long Range Readers for train positioning systems and HF reader hardware for integration in industrial machines, kiosk systems and ticket machines.

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FEIG ELECTRONIC GmbH, based in Weilburg, is an innovative, owner-managed medium-sized company with more than 300 employees.

High Tech Made in Germany

FEIG ELECTRONIC develops and produces its products exclusively in Germany and sell them as an OEM supplier only to system integrators and resellers, but not directly to end users.
As a high-tech supplier for a wide range of B2B markets, the company is in permanent contact with all relevant technology partners to develop customized and optimized products, both as a standard product and as a customer-specific solution.
This philosophy has provided the company with steady growth over the last 50 years and is the basis for sustainable success and safe jobs.

Comprehensive product range

In the product areas FEIG CONTROLLER and FEIG SENSORS, controllers for industrial doors and barrier systems as well as induction loop detectors for parking and traffic control systems are manufactured.
In IDENTIFICATION, the company offers RFID hardware for frequency bands LF (125 kHz), HF (13.56 MHz) and UHF (860-915 MHz).
In the PAYMENT area, contactless payment terminals for open and closed payment systems are developed and produced.

Permanent personnel requirements and awards for dedicated employer

The steady growth of the company goes hand in hand with permanent personnel requirements.
In close cooperation with numerous universities, the company manages to attract highly qualified employees to Weilburg, also in competition with larger and better known employers.
Awards as a "particularly family-friendly company" as well as by the Federal Agency for Work for outstanding commitment to the promotion of young talents are proof of the high importance that the employees have at FEIG ELECTRONIC.

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