SchlumbergerSema Entitlement Cards
 
       
 
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Our Response to the Consultation Paper

Feature article: A card-carrying member of the 'UK Society'?
 
 

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London, January 30, 2003
NOP research reveals an almost four to one majority in favour of entitlement cards.
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  London, January 30, 2003
SchlumbergerSema Responds to Home Office Consultation Paper.
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  Brussels, January 16, 2003
SchlumbergerSema provides the operating system and secure modules for national electronic identity cards, the first cards in Europe distributed to an entire population.... SchlumbergerSema, today announced its participation in the Belgian Personal Identity Card (BelPIC).
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  London, December 10, 2002
SchlumbergerSema Supports a Home Office Biometric Smart Card Demonstration as Part of the Entitlement Card Consultation.
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As the UK Government explores ways of establishing citizens' entitlement to receive public services, smart cards are seen as a possible solution. Millions of people worldwide are already realising the benefits of smart cards. They provide greater access to public services across a diverse range of applications that offer them greater security, flexibility and, ultimately, more convenience.

SchlumbergerSema smard card solutions are already helping to deliver secure, portable and user-friendly ways to improve public services across the globe. As the world's leading supplier of smart card technology solutions, we have sold over 2.5 billion smart cards in over 100 countries. We account for nearly 30% of the smart card market. With more than 20 years of innovation and over 1,800 smart card patents, our capability is constantly improving and evolving.