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.
Confidex Links™ – is world first truly modular NFC tag portfolio for high-volume smart ad campaigns and smart package applications.
Never Be Without Your Medical Information Again Tap2Tag medical alert devices provide a safe, secure and convenient way of carrying your personal medical information with you at all times. People can use these medical alert devices as a convenient way ofRead more »
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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 »
MC10, a US based healthcare technology company, has joined with design and manufacturing specialist PCH to commercialise the former’s Wearable Interactive Stamp Platform (WiSP).
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 »
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 »
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 »