Hyundai to add support for Apple NFC car keys

Hyundai is to let Apple iPhone users lock, unlock and start their vehicles remotely using a digital key stored in their Wallet app.

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On-Metal Tag Provides UHF, NFC on a Single Chip

Avery Dennison’s new tag was designed to be applied to metallic goods, like healthcare supplies or appliances, to be read via a UHF reader in the supply chain or at a store, and as NFC with a smartphone.

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Four ways the wireless power industry will evolve in 2022

New methods of contactless power transfer and battery charging are transforming how we experience technology at home, in the office and on the go. Whether it’s delivering power to an EV without having to plug it in, or charging your fitness band without ever having to take it off, these wireless power technologies are making significant inroads into our day-to-day lives.

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Brazilian football club Atlético Mineiro lets fans authenticate special edition jerseys with NFC

Fans of the Brazilian football club Atlético Mineiro who purchase one of its collectible ‘Manto da Massa 113’ football jerseys can authenticate their purchase and unlock digital content by scanning an NFC tag embedded in the top with their smartphone.

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NFC Delivers Digital Universe to Men’s Fragrance

Parisian fashion and fragrance company Paco Rabanne has built Near Field Communication (NFC) technology into its latest men’s fragrance, Phantom, to provide a new level of engagement for its customers. The technology is intended to provide users with automated digital access to what the company calls the Phantom Universe.

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Connected Car News: Solid Power, Samsung, Renesas, LDRA, NFC Forum, Valens, Maxim, CMT & Ansys

Solid Power, Inc. (“Solid Power”), an industry-leading producer of all-solid-state batteries for electric vehicles, and Decarbonization Plus Acquisition Corporation III (“DCRC”) (NASDAQ: DCRC) today announced a definitive agreement for a business combination that would result in Solid Power becoming a publicly listed company. Upon closing of the transaction, the combined company will be named “Solid Power, Inc.” and its common stock and warrants are expected to trade on NASDAQ under the new ticker symbol “SLDP” and “SLDP WS,” respectively. Upon closing, Solid Power is expected to have a nine-person board composed of a majority of independent directors and will continue to be led by Solid Power’s existing management team, which brings deep technological and manufacturing experience.

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NFC Wayfinding Mark to Be a Universal ‘Tap Here’

The NFC Forum has released a new icon to serve as an easily recognized instruction for Near Field Communication technology use, whether a tag is attached to a car door, a payment station or a product label.

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NFC Forum release adds digital car keys, wireless charging

The Near Field Communication (NFC) Forum announced Certification Release 13 (CR13) that, for the first time, adds certification for vehicle access using NFC

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NFC Forum’s Certification Release includes NFC Certification for Car Connectivity Consortium Digital Key

Smartphones To Unlock And Start A Vehicle Even If The Smartphone Battery Is Dead

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NFC Forum’s Certification Release includes NFC Certification for Car Connectivity Consortium Digital Key

WAKEFIELD, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)– The Near Field Communication (NFC) Forum, the global standards-body for NFC technology, announced today Certification Release 13 (CR13) that, for the first time, adds certification for the automotive car access NFC use case as specified by the Car Connectivity Consortium (CCC). CR13 enables users to unlock and start their vehicle with a smartphone even if the battery is dead. This certification will support CCC’s Digital Key releases 2 and 3. In addition, NFC wireless charging will also be available in the first quarter of 2022 as part of this release.

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