EndlessID has NFC technology incorporated in all of the products: wristband, card and pet tag. Anyone in the medical field will be able to identify a Medical ID and have access to all the medical information immediately with just a tap on the wristband, the card and the tag with a smartphone that has NFC integrated. Through NFC, we are encrypting the user’s information as well as the pet’s and have the necessary security measures to ensure that the information will be secure at all times.
Keynote Speaker: Forrester Research’s Frank E. Gillett , Vice President and Principal Analyst We are trying something new in Dallas this month and, frankly, this member meeting will be a bit different from other member meetings we’ve had in the past. The special event weRead more »
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 »
As any Olympic track athlete will tell you, winning a successful 4×100 meter relay race is as much about the baton-passing as it is the speed of the runners. There are multiple passing techniques to choose from – from theRead more »
Even with its healthy set of skeptics and critics, divided on everything from usefulness to privacy, wearable computing is widely projected to be the biggest thing in mobile since the smartphone. ABI Research expects 90 million wearable devices, predominantly forRead more »
It was two decades ago that a new wireless technology called Bluetooth, named after an ancient Danish king, first appeared. It promised to replace the many cables connecting users and their devices to accessories like headsets. Those mature enough mayRead more »
By Koichi Tagawa, November 20, 2013 Since the NFC Forum was founded in 2004, our work has been largely focused on developing technical specifications that harmonize industry and wireless standards to ensure a robust, versatile, and interoperable technology. Today, whileRead more »