RFID News Roundup

Science Based Targets Initiative approves Avery Dennison emission-reduction plan; Tageos, All4Labels collaborate on sustainable RFID inlays; CISC Semiconductor offers RFID reader for quality verification; Wiliot intros new Internet of Things platform; NFC Forum releases wireless charging specification; New Zealand Dept. of Conservation deploys Swarm satellites; XO2Tech unveils new products for consumer packaged goods, oven; Kerlink launches indoor LoRaWAN IoT gateway; ELATEC issues white paper on user authentication and access control.

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Identiv Delivers NFC-Enabled Smart Packaging for OTACA Tequila

Experiential design connects the IoT to consumer engagement for product authentication, customer loyalty, and brand awareness

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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, has announced that its Board of Directors approved and adopted the Wireless Charging Specification (WLC) 2.0.

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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.
Appeared as a feature reserved for premium range smartphone products, the wireless charging function will soon become as common as the fingerprint sensor, devices that omit this feature being avoided by buyers.

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NFC Forum spec adds support for extra-small antennas for NFC wireless chargin

The NFC Forum has approved and adopted a specification that expands the range of small, battery-powered consumer and internet of things (IoT) devices that can be wirelessly charged using an NFC smartphone or other NFC-enabled device.

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NFC Forum Wireless Charging Specification 2.0 approved

This month the NFC Forum, the global standards and advocacy association for Near Field Communication (NFC) technology has announced the approval and adoption of the Wireless Charging Specification (WLC) 2.0. Designed to make it easier and more convenient to charge low power devices such as wireless earbuds, smartwatches, headsets, fitness trackers, stylus pens and other consumer products using phones and other NFC-enabled devices.

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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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Soon you’ll be able to charge your earbuds with NFC

Last year, we saw the introduction of the Wireless Charging Specification introduced by the NFC Forum, providing a way to use your phone’s integrated NFC chip as a way to wirelessly charge your earbuds (or other accessories). By using this, your phone wouldn’t need to have a “reverse wireless charging” functionality built-in by phone makers like Samsung or Google. Instead, you could just place your earbuds on the back of the phone and have them begin charging.

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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 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. 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 using smartphones and other NFC-enabled devices at a power transfer rate of up to one watt. It allows for wireless charging by enabling a single antenna in an NFC-enabled device to manage both communications and charging.

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