This 8-page conference and exhibition guide explains how Contactless World Congress works, provides demographic information on the audience the event attracts, and sets out the options available for suppliers seeking to connect with NFCW’s 12,500+ Knowledge Centre members around the world.
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.
This three-page case study explains how HID Global’s Trusted NFC tags are helping an American grading and authentication company to combat the counterfeiting of rare and collectible coins and banknotes.Read more…
This 13-page white paper explains how developments in NFC technology are enabling a widening range of new use cases and how combining an expanding NFC ecosystem with existing traditional RFID infrastructure is reducing costs, improving efficiency and enhancing security in a variety of markets — from industry to retail, agriculture to healthcare.
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 20-minute webinar is an introduction to NFC Type 5, the NFC-RFID crossover technology that gives longer range ‘vicinity’ communication with dedicated reader hardware and also allows ‘proximity’ interaction with a smartphone.
The world’s largest leisure travel company is introducing a new cruise experience that makes use of the Ocean Medallion, a small, in-house designed device that supports both NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy and acts as a guest’s key to a wide range of personalized, next generation services on board the company’s cruise ships.
This four-page white paper from HID Global examines the role of wireless transponders in connecting manufacturing and facilities equipment, medical devices, inventory and other physical assets to local and web-based business applications.
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