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Infographic
The role of NFC in urban travel transformation is fueled by population density, climate change and the convergence of payment, identification, authentication, access and travel information all being enabled by NFC.
In the past, seamless travel was often limited to local or regional transport ticketing schemes which supported mainly public transportation. Today, multi-modal travel and Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is a major global trend. Customers demand transport service offers that include all legs from the start of the journey to the final destination including the first and last mile. In addition to public transport services, modes of transportation like taxi, car rental or car sharing, bikes, scooters or ride sharing have to be supported.
Webinars
In this session, four of the 2020 Award Winners present their winning product or service, chosen for the novel ways they are adapting and uplifting communities across the globe.
Webinars
Members of the NFC Forum present how NFC is used in smart packaging, the challenges that organizations face today, how to implement the technology, and where it’s headed in the future.
Webinars
ABI Research experts unveil survey results from a recent end-user consumer survey focused on NFC usage across a variety of user settings, consumers’ understanding, familiarity, and perception of NFC technology in terms of safety, security, and reliability.
Infographic
Consumers Embracing the Convenience and Security of NFC Contactless Technology. Survey -- Post Covid contactless technology use spiking; signals global behavior change. Pre-Covid, over 40%% of consumers surveyed used contactless payment daily or almost daily, most with a smartphone. Today, that number is skyrocketing. Uses for contactless technology beyond payment – public transportation, digital identity, unlocking and starting vehicle, access control – are growing fast as the “contactless lifestyle” catches on. A recent ABI Research global survey sponsored by the NFC Forum shows that contactless technologies like near field communication (NFC) are surging as consumers look for convenient and secure ways to pay, unlock and connect with the world around them. Watch the video, listen to the podcast and share the infographic.
Videos
Pre-Covid, over 40%% of consumers surveyed used contactless payment daily or almost daily, most with a smartphone. Today, that number is skyrocketing. Uses for contactless technology beyond payment – public transportation, digital identity, unlocking and starting vehicle, access control – are growing fast as the “contactless lifestyle” catches on. A recent ABI Research global survey sponsored by the NFC Forum shows that contactless technologies like near field communication (NFC) are surging as consumers look for convenient and secure ways to pay, unlock and connect with the world around them. Watch the video.
Videos
To be successful today, brands and retailers need to compete more effectively in a mobile-first, omnichannel world. NFC technology offers a multitude of ways for brands and retailers to develop and strengthen a connection with the consumer at every step throughout their journey – pre-purchase, in-store, and post-purchase. NFC helps consumers by connecting them to helpful information when and where it’s needed, offering a channel to interact with brands, delivering offers and rewards, providing the simplicity of one-tap payment, and more. For retailers and brands, NFC can lead to revenue growth, better customer experiences, new insights via customer analytics, and deeper, long-lasting relationships with the people who buy and use their products.
Webinars
Hear from NFC members Blue Bite, Identiv, NXP, PragmatIC, Smartrac, and Tapwow discuss new approaches in the market and recent innovative NFC products developed in response to the needs created by the current pandemic.
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