ST25Connect provides brands looking to adopt NFC technology with access to a network of design and implementation experts around the world, program leader Romain Pardo tells NFCW editor Sarah Clark in this 20-minute interview.
This 12-page white paper explains how brands can use NFC to add value to products that combine a main unit with a range of accessories or consumables, such as coffee machines and power tools, and to devices that are shared among multiple users, such as gym or laboratory equipment.
This 24-page white paper explains how brand owners, product designers and system integrators across a wide range of sectors can best leverage NFC tags and other NFC technology to provide customers with an enhanced interactive user experience and raise their brand profile.
From digital keys to diagnostics data transmission, consumables monitoring, in-vehicle payments, infotainment connectivity and car sharing, NFC technology provides vehicle manufacturers with a wide range of opportunities to add value for both consumers and fleet operators, STMicroelectronics’ Rene Wutte explains in this 32-minute webinar.
This 16-page white paper explains how NFC and RFID tags can be combined with blockchain technology to create secure, end-to-end global supply chains that eliminate the risk of counterfeit goods entering the supply chain, reduce management complexity and increase transparency.
This seven-page white paper explains how NFC tags with an embedded digital signature can provide protection against counterfeiting and grey market goods right through the supply chain — from the factory, through the distribution chain to the retailer and the consumer.
This seven page white paper introduces ST’s Steval-Smartag1 NFC dynamic tag sensor node evaluation board, and explains how developers can use its combination of a dynamic NFC tag, energy harvesting capability and environmental sensors to track and protect products on their journey through the supply chain, in stores and in the home.
This 27-page slide presentation looks in detail at the features, capabilities and anticipated use cases of STMicroelectronics’ new family of Type 5 NFC tag chips.
This 48-page presentation provides in-depth technical information on implementing NFC readers in a wide range of application areas, using STMicroelectronics’ ST25R family of devices to provide context and illustration.
Sylvain Fidelis is the head of marketing and applications for NFC tags and readers at STMicroelectronics, where he is involved in new product development, customer and application support, and standards development.