Near Field Communication (NFC) is a standards-based short-range wireless connectivity technology that makes your smartphones, wearables, tablets and other devices even smarter.
NFC is built into more than 2 billion NFC-enabled devices and is compatible with hundreds of millions of contactless cards and readers deployed worldwide.
When creating Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled products and/or solutions it is important to closely follow the applicable NFC Forum technical specifications and then test and certify your solution. Learn more about our Technical Specifications and robust Certification Program.
Briefly touch (or ‘tap’) your NFC-enabled smartphone to another NFC-enabled object to share pictures, play music, make payments, access useful information, and more easily set up Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections. No PIN codes, camera-based scanners, or wires are required to use this simple, intuitive technology. Use NFC tap technology to connect users to a world of convenience.
Please use the NFC Forum logos below when updating site, digital, signage & printed materials that use the NFC Forum logo.
When using the NFC Forum logo, be sure to refer to the Brand Identity Guidelines.
When updating your materials with the N-Mark, please refer to the N-Mark Usage Guidelines (new guidelines released January 2016).
Note: There is no charge to use the N-Mark, but it is required that you sign the N-Mark Trademark License Agreement. The most up-to-date N-Mark brand logo and supporting assets are available for download upon signing.