ETSI, GlobalPlatform and the NFC Forum today detailed a standardized approach to implementing and managing NFC services across all technologies and platforms. The shared work initiative explains how to ensure that NFC services successfully coexist within a device and operate as intended.Read more »
The NFC Forum announced today the nine semi-finalists in its NFC Forum Innovation Awards Program. Created to recognize the development and deployment of innovative and exemplary Near Field Communications (NFC) products, services and applications, this year’s competition attracted more than 90 entries from innovators around the world, highlighting the tremendous growth and interest in NFC technology and implementations.Read more »
Comprion has announced that the NFC Forum has validated Comprion’s NFC Forum Analog Test Solution as the first test tool for their latest test release.Read more »
The “NFC Forum – ISO/IEC 14443 Analog Parameter Comparison and Alignment” whitepaper
documents the methodology, procedures and results that have been developed to ensure that NFC
Forum-conformant mobile devices will be interoperable with ISO/IEC14443- and ISO/IEC18092-
conformant public transport readers and objects. Get the details and download the whitepaper here.
When it comes to fraudulent foodstuffs, no other product can match the rich history and big bucks of the fake olive oil game. The 4,400-year-old Ebla tablets include descriptions of royal inspectors scrutinizing the olive mills of ancient Syria on behalf of the king.Read more »
Shortcuts that you might find in the settings of your smartphone, began to emerge in the world at the end of 2003, extending the ISO / IEC 14443 (contactless card, RFID) that combines the interface smart cards and readers into one device.
Later in 2004, Nokia, Philips and Sony established the NFC Forum, which is at present rich information describing the technology. This article is in the Slovak language.
In recent years, many innovations in technology and products revolve around the “Internet of Things (IoT)”, which is the infinite imagination space of Internet-related applications. Wisdom into the home, smart life, identity identification, remote medical applications. The impact of things, our food and clothing, such as daily living, working environment and mode of operation, leisure and entertainment, etc. will have a major change. This article is in the Japanese language.Read more »
The NFC Forum has announced the availability of three adopted specifications and one candidate technical specification that enhance NFC technology. Enhancements to these specifications include the addition of Active Communication Mode (ACM) for Peer-to-Peer Mode (P2P) communication, support of NFC-V Technology compatible to ISO/IEC 15693 and the introduction of the NFC-V based Type 5 Tag allowing NFC devices to communicate with a broader range of devices and tags.Read more »
New NFC Forum Specifications Enable Near Field Communication Devices to Communicate with Broader Range of Devices and Tags
The NFC Forum announced the availability of three adopted and one candidate technical specifications, following approval by the Board of DirectorsRead more »
The NFC Forum have released a new Certification Program and, related to it, the publication of the NFC-enabled e-Ticketing in Public Transport: Clearing the Route to Interoperability white paper.Read more »
New Device Certification Release and Related White Paper Support Pathway to Public Transport Interoperability
A decade ago, Public Transport smartcard schemes each had their own unique specifications and a smartcard issued by one scheme could not work in other locations.Read more »
WAKEFIELD, Mass., USA – Dec. 5, 2016 –The NFC Forum announced today a call for entries for the NFC Forum Innovation Awards to recognize innovative Near Field Communications (NFC) products, services and applications worldwide.Read more »
The NFC Forum has formally unveiled an initiative to create a Tag Certification Program and called upon tag vendors and solutions providers to join the NFC Forum and participate in the effort. The new program will give organizations involved in products and services that use NFC tags — for the first time — a means of assuring global interoperability with NFC-enabled mobile devices, as well as establishing their tags’ compliance with the NFC Forum’s technical specifications, thereby delivering a consistent, satisfying user experience.Read more »