Automotive Ready for Digital Key

COMPRION is the first test tool manufacturer to receive validation for the new NFC Forum certification release CR13

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NFC In Cars, How NFC Forum CR13 Will Bring Wireless Keys To Every Car Door Handle

The NFC Forum published the Certification Release 13 (NFC Forum CR13), which enforces version 3.0 of its Device Requirements. One of the main additions, compared to NFC Forum CR12, is the support for the CCC (Car Connectivity Consortium) Digital Key Reader for car doors and Digital Key CE (Card Emulation) on smartphones. In a nutshell, CR13 will ensure that carmakers offer interoperable key systems using NFC. There are other features, but any attempt at an exhaustive dissertation would be futile. Let us thus explore what CR13 means for the automotive industry and its consumers.

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Huawei joins NFC Forum, takes seat on board

The Near Field Communication (NFC) Forum has welcomed seven new members. Huawei Technologies has joined as sponsor member, taking a seat also on the NFC Forum Board of Directors. EM Microelectronic and Tokai Rika joined as principal and associate members, respectively.

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NFC Forum unveils Wayfinding Mark as global identifier for NFC tapping locations

The NFC Forum has launched a series of graphics incorporating a Wayfinding Mark that can be displayed on NFC connected products, labels, devices and other locations in order to show consumers exactly where and how to tap with their NFC-enabled device to ensure “optimal connectivity”.

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NFC Technology Can Also Be Used to Wirelessly Charge Devices

NFC forum announces an extension of Wireless Charging specifications, providing a way to use the NFC receiver when charging devices wirelessly.

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NFC: New WLC 2.0 Standard Should Be Able to Be Used for Charging

The NFC forum has published the first specifications for the upcoming WLC 2.0 standard, which can then also be used to charge consumer products.

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NFC Forum Releases Wireless Charging Specification 2.0

The NFC Forum, the global standards and advocacy association for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, announced today that its Board of Directors approved and adopted the Wireless Charging Specification (WLC) 2.0.

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NFC Forum 2.0 Wireless Charging Specification Approved

This month, the NFC Forum, the global association for standards and advocacy for near-field communication (NFC) technology, announced the approval and adoption of the Wireless Charging (WLC) 2.0 specification. Designed to make it easy and convenient to charge low-power devices such as wireless headphones, smartwatches, headsets, fitness trackers, styluses, and other consumer products with phones and other NFC-enabled devices.

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NFC Forum Passed WLC 2.0 Wireless Charging Specification, Corresponding To More Small Devices

Following the inclusion of wireless charging specifications in the existing NFC technology design last year , and targeting low-power devices such as the Internet of Things to supplement power requirements, the NFC Forum’s board of directors passed the WLC 2.0 wireless charging specification earlier , which will enable smart phones to communicate with each other through NFC near-field sensing. The wireless charging method supplements power for low-power devices such as true wireless earphones, stylus pens, smart bracelets, and watches.

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NFC Forum Releases Wireless Charging Specification 2.0

The WLC 2.0 makes it easier and more convenient to charge low-power devices such as wireless earbuds, smart watches, digital stylus pens, headsets, fitness trackers and other consumer products.

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