The Gematik, a Berlin based company which is responsible for the introduction of the electronic health card in Germany, has chosen COMPRION to develop and implement performance tests for their second generation card. The new version of the card is currently under development but will not be launched before being validated by COMPRION’s high-performance card tester Spectro TP. First installments of the tool have already been delivered.
The next generation specifications pose significant demands on the card with regard to performance and technical requirements. Thus, both contact-based and contactless communication have been specified. In order to guarantee flawless performance within appropriate reaction time via fastest possible transmission rates, Gematik has chosen Spectro TP. It is able to fulfill highest requirements with regards to reliability and speed. Both contactless and contact-based interfaces can be validated by one single device, even simultaneously and synchronized if required.
Spectro TP is capable of reacting to the card’s data with the shortest permissible delay time and handling all kinds of irregularities in the communication correctly at the same time. This is truly pioneering. It is therefore anticipated that Spectro TP will set a new benchmark for electronic health card manufacturers.
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