NFC Forum Member Spotlight Ivan Lazarev Was There In The [...]
The NFC Forum booth will be standing room only and standing out from others at the IoT Tech Expo from November 13-14 at the Santa Clara Convention Center in the heart of Silicon Valley.
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The NFC Forum has published a new white paper titled Improve the IoT User Experience with NFC Simple Secure Pairing, a helpful guide for any developer or Internet-of-Things (IoT) device manufacturer seeking to provide consumers a better user experience (UX) when connecting their IoT devices to Bluetooth and Wi-Fi services using NFC. The white paper, which is available for download without charge, was developed by the NFC Forum’s IoT Special Interest Group (SIG).
Adoption of Near Field Communication (NFC) — a smart two-way communication technology — is expected to triple by 2024. And as it grows and new applications emerge, we’re discovering that we’ve only grazed the surface as far as NFC’s potential to drive efficiency, transparency and security. By 2024, NFC will be accomplishing things we haven’t even dreamt of yet.
The NFC Forum booth was staffed by three member companies including Paul Davies, business development manager, NXP; Ian Clough, director of growth, Blue Bite and Bertrand Brault, director of marketing, Business Development, Paragon ID. NXP showcased an NFC-enabled Scottish Whiskey bottle, Blue Bite demonstrated an NFC-enabled Adidas soccer ball and Nike soccer jersey and Paragon ID exhibited an NFC-enabled business card.