WAKEFIELD, Mass., USA - March 24, 2009 -- The NFC Forum (https://www.https://nfc-forum.org), a non-profit industry association that advances the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, today announced it has selected 20 finalists for its NFC Forum Global Competition 2009. In all, 52 contestants submitted entries from across the globe, representing 21 countries and four continents.
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WAKEFIELD, Mass., USA - March 24, 2010 - The NFC Forum (https://www.https://nfc-forum.org), a non-profit industry association that advances the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, today announced it has selected 20 finalists for its NFC Forum Global Competition 2010. Entries were received from a variety of countries throughout Asia, Europe and North America. The submissions cover a broad span of consumer and business application areas, including mobile couponing, healthcare, building access and security, retail merchandising, online user authentication, nutrition management, gaming, online banking and support for the disabled.
Wakefield, Mass., USA - Nov. 4, 2009 - The NFC Forum (https://www.https://nfc-forum.org), a non-profit industry association that advances the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, today announced a call for entries for its NFC Forum Global Competition (https://www.https://nfc-forum.org/events/2010_competition/). Now in its fourth year, the Competition promotes the development and deployment of innovative and exemplary NFC services by both commercial and academic developers. The Competition has historically attracted scores of global entries spanning application areas as diverse as healthcare, mobile social media, hospitality, online banking and support for the disabled.
UPM RFID announces collaboration with Freedom Shopping to deliver RFID and NFC tags via new NFC Freedom store online
UPM RFID, Tampere, 5 January 2012) - UPM RFID and Freedom Shopping, a leading provider of item-level RFID solutions, have joined forces to deliver UHF and NFC RFID tags and inlays from UPM RFID through a new online store, 'NFC Freedom' at nfcfreedom.com. The NFC Freedom product range features UPM BullsEye, UPM Circus and UPM RaceTrack NFC tags, as well as UPM Web and UPM ShortDipole UHF tags in a variety of delivery formats.
NFC Forum Announces Two New Specifications to Foster Device Interoperability and Peer-to-Peer Device Communication
WAKEFIELD, Mass., USA - May 19, 2009 - The NFC Forum (https://www.https://nfc-forum.org), a non-profit industry association that advances the use of Near Field Communication (NFC) technology, today announced the release of two candidate specifications that further the integration, implementation and standards interpretation of NFC technology. The new NFC Digital Protocol and the NFC Logical Link Control Protocol (LLCP) candidate specifications are available to the public for download at no charge at: https://www.https://nfc-forum.org/specs/.
N2Presence is an attendance control system through mobile phones and NFC, with 100% web management, which offers a complete time and attendance control of your employees in the field. With NFC technology, the employee can report attendance data, ensuring the specific location of the working environment unambiguously. Please visit https://www.near2com.com/presence or feel free to contact us at [email protected]
(Telenor, 2 Feb 2009) Within a few years you will be able to use your mobile phone as a means of payment on buses, trams and trains. Then you can leave your bank card and cash at home when using public transport.