UNE-EN 1332-5:2006 (Ratified) Identification card systems. Human-machine interface. Part 5: Raised Tactile Symbols for Differentiation of ID-1 Card Applications (English)

Exact name (in spanish): UNE-EN 1332-5:2006 Sistemas de tarjetas de identificación. Interfaz hombre-máquina. Parte 5: Símbolos táctiles en relieve para la diferenciación de las aplicaciones de tarjetas ID-1 (Inglés)

Current update: November 4, 2014 (Equivalence with the international standard: EN 1332-5:2006)

Approval date: ​ 17 / 5.000 Resultados de traducción Resultado de traducción May 1, 2006

Effective: Yes

Entity that promotes it: European Committee for Standardization (CEN)

Issue: Technology


The scenario addressed by this European Standard is one in which the card owner manages the equipment where the card is inserted (ticket machine, vending machine, ATM, mass transportation). It is assumed that the card type complies with the ISO/IEC 7810 standard.

The use of machines that read plastic cards is growing. However, a potential number of users, such as the elderly, disabled, blind or partially visually impaired, may have difficulty using the design of current cards when trying to differentiate cards with different functions, such as banking, telephone, prepaid , or social security.

Geographic scope of application: Europe

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