Tag: consumer electronics

Smart Info Tags

Smart Info Tags by Tap For Info  is a patented solution covering NFC use in Marketing, Retail and Consumer Products. Smart Info Tags can be used to manage promotions, solicit Facebook Like, generate and capture leads, and provide targeted content to consumers. Consumer can access Info Tag content from any device, the tags support NFC, QR and URL interfaces. Each tag is unique and has NFC chip, which allows consumers to just hover or tap their smartphone over our products contactlessly to launch content. Tap For Info solutions come with a remote content management portal that also monitors usage metrics, Facebook Likes, and Sign Ups remotely. Businesses can generate a dynamic App from Info Tag and provide targeted content to their consumers while managing content remotely.

Smart NFC Pro

“Smart NFC Pro” unique NFC based one tap video and audio conferencing app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tantranshanfc_pro.mainpart

Inside Connection Handover 1.4 and LLCP 1.3

The NFC Forum recently released a set of new specification s . It consists of the new Connection Handover 1.4 Candidate Technical Specification, the Verb RTD 1.0 Technical Specification, and the Logical Link Control Protocol (LLCP) 1.3 Technical Specification. The new specificationsRead more »

CES 2016: NFC-Enabled Wearables, IoT Home Systems, and Sunburn Sensors

If the recently concluded CES 2016 show in Las Vegas is any indication, our lives will soon be filled with Oomis , My UVPatches , Smart Suits , and a host of other technological wonders that benefit from the power and convenience of NFC technology.Read more »

The NFC Forum Sets Its Near-Term Priorities

NFC technology has broad applicability to a diverse range of industries and use cases – from health care in developing countries to access control on college campuses. With so many worthwhile opportunities to develop, it’s important to set priorities thatRead more »

Wearables are Taking NFC Everywhere

Wearables – from smartwatches to fitness trackers – are hot. According to analyst firm CCS Insight , the wearable device market will generate $12 billion in 2015 – and more than double to $25 billion by 2019. That also includes wearable cameras, virtual reality headsets,Read more »

Four Reasons Why the Internet of Things Needs NFC

Energy savings. Better health and fitness tracking. Greater convenience. Improved security. The Internet of Things is already providing these and other major benefits to early-adopting consumers who have invested in connected security systems, thermostats, lighting, wearables, and appliances. And there’sRead more »

NFC, Bluetooth and RFID: Unraveling the Wireless Connections

We live in an increasingly wireless world. Whether we’re listening to music, sending a file from one device to another, or using a fitness tracker, we now expect it to happen without plugging in a single cable. Consumer demand forRead more »

NFC Gets Behind the Wheel

Someday soon, the most useful tool in your car may not be the jack or the lug nut wrench, but your NFC device, like your mobile phone , tablet or wearable . As automakers work to make cars more Internet-enabled, NFC is filling aRead more »

SIC4310-NFC Batteryless Toy

SIC4310-NFC Batteryless Toy,targets audiences who are developers, suppliers who work in smart toy and game or souvenir industries. Our customers are able to incorporate the NFC transponder IC to generate sounds and lights, and increase the interactive experience to the end users.Read more »