By dannycoward on Jul 07, 2009
With this week's news that the UK London police force will deploy 80,000 smart cards with JavaCard for its building and system access, its good to see that there's a great new way to start working with the technology:
The PlaySIM project is an open source software and hardware project that is truly a playground for a variety of scenarios for JavaCard. A JavaCard is nothing without the environment to which it connects, whether that be through a magnetic reader, near field communication bridge, or if you remember the people counting sensors deployed at JavaOne 2008, in a SunSPOT.
See an in-depth talk about PlaySIM here.