UNE-EN 1332-4:2007 (Ratified) Identification card systems. Human-machine interface. Part 4: Coding user requirements for people with special needs (English)

Exact name (in spanish): UNE-EN 1332-4:2007 (Ratificada) Sistemas de tarjetas de identificación. Interfaz hombre-máquina. Parte 4: Codificación de los requisitos de usuario para personas con necesidades especiales (Inglés)

Current update: September 1, 2007 (Equivalence with the international standard: EN 1332-4:2007, Cancels: UNE-EN 1332-4:1999)

Approval date: September 1, 2007

Effective: Yes

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

Issue: Technology


This European Standard defines the data that must be stored on an integrated circuit card, and exchanged to facilitate terminal acceptance of integrated circuit cards to identify specific user interface preferences. Preference information must be used by terminals to configure appropriate methods of communication with the user during the transaction process. The European standard also specifies a mechanism for retrieving user preference information from the integrated circuit card and combining the data to form particular user profiles through the assignment of unique labels.

Geographic scope of application: Europe

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