Suported by years of experience from our expert team, PT. Softorb Technology Indonesia provide reliable solutions, especially in : 

e-Wallet System


The use of smart cards to make transactions needs. e-Wallet system is widely used for banking needs and transportasi.

In addition to the ease of the transaction, an e-wallet system also provides many advantages such as speeding up transaction time and improve safety and comfort.


Smart Card & RFID Solution


In accordance with our experience in the field of RFID and Smart Card, we also provide services to build a system based on RFID technology and / or Smart Card as per client requirements.

RFID and smart card is a solution in many fields such as Banking and Financial Institutions, Government sector, Transportation, Education, Travel and Tourism, Logistics, Health, Office Building, and many others.



e-Ticketing System 

Smart card technologies (smart tags) used to replace conventional ticketing system with a paper ticket. E-ticketing is an opportunity to minimize costs and optimize passenger comfort. E-ticketing reduces the cost of the ticket, eliminate paper and increase the flexibility of passengers and travel agents to make changes in the itinerary. E-ticketing also can be used as access control, transaction visitors, and others.


Parking System


Parking System helps the parking arrangements more efficient and effective. RFID is an automatic identification method wherein the data stored on RFID tags. 


RFID technology is used in vehicle parking systems of malls and buildings. The system normally consists of a vehicle counter, sensors, display board, gate controller, RFID tags and RFID reader.

Physical Access Control & Time Attendance
Physical access control and time/attendance applications are a mainstay for almost all industry. These systems can control access to buildings, sensitive facilities and building sites and help verify the attendance records of employees, students and others. The best solutions for Employee Attendance and Access Control Door by using Fingerprint Technology, Face Card, and RFID.
Vending Machine
A vending machine is a machine that dispenses items such as snacks, beverages, cigarettes, tickets/cards to customers automatically, after the customer inserts currency or credit into the machine.
Prepaid Card Vending Machine a self-service function for SIM cards selling, top up, checks and balances. This Prepaid Card Vending Machine can accept several kinds of payment such as credit cards, debit cards, prepaid cards, and cash.

Fare Collection

There are only two ways to collect fares from passengers that is before they get on the train or after they are on the train. The method often used is to collect fares on the train but this may not be effective for high capacity trains with short distances between stations. The simplest and most effective way for this century is to raise rates before the train ride. It is most influenced by the automatic fare collection ( AFC ).

An AFC system is a collection of components that automate the ticketing system of public transportation networks - automated version of manual fare collection . An AFC system is usually the basis for an integrated ticket.

Library Management

RFID (Radio Frequency IDentification) is the latest technology to be used in library theft detection systems. RFID-based systems move beyond security to become tracking systems that combine security with more efficient tracking of materials throughout the library, including easier and faster charge and discharge, inventorying, and materials handling. RFID is a combination of radio-frequency-based technology and microchip technology. The information contained on microchips in the tags affixed to library materials is read using radio frequency technology regardless of item orientation or alignment (i.e., the technology does not require line-of-sight or a fixed plane to read tags as do traditional theft detection systems) and distance from the item is not a critical factor except in the case of extra-wide exit gates. The corridors at the building exit can be as wide as four feet because the tags can be read at a distance of up to two feet by each of two parallel exit sensors. The targets used in RFID systems can replace both EM or RF theft detection targets and barcodes.