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Creating Revolutions is doing just that – creating a revolution in the quality and speed of hotel and resort services with its Touch and Discover® multi-patented mobile technology platform. It uses Near Field Communication (NFC) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to manage staff and communicate with guests. As a matter of fact, Creating Revolutions is the first company to automate employee management in the hotel and resort industry. The powerful system allows a guest to use NFC to request service in his or her own language from the appropriate employee capable of providing the service. When staff arrive they “tap” an NFC ID card to the guest’s mobile phone instantly recording the interaction. This solution benefits hotel guests, hotel staff and hotel management. Guests get better and faster service; employees record a positive experience with a guest and managers can track guest interaction and automate employee management.
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Haarnio’s product is divided into four parts – a printed sign, a DesignTag®, Haarn.io Service Software and a Digital Signage Monitor. The DesignTag®, enabled with NFC technology, lets users tap their smartphones to a sign with an NFC tag and explore information about their apartment building. Haarnio designed the ApartmentTag for a seamless, intuitive experience for the tenant as well as the owner of the building.
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Counterfeiting costs the automotive industry $36.9 billion annually. This type of counterfeiting is particularly dangerous for consumers because it often has to do with the manufacture and sale of sub-standard spare parts. This situation also impacts honest car repair businesses, which have difficulty competing against unscrupulous repair shops using cheaper, sub-standard car parts in a price-sensitive business. Eventually, counterfeiting’s impact translates to lower wages and lost jobs for auto mechanics and higher prices for consumers. Genuine spare car parts reduce accidents and keep cars running safely and reliably.
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The United Nations has a goal of providing clean drinking water to everyone on the globe by 2030 and eWATERpay could be the technology to help accomplish that goal. eWATERpay gives residents of rural and urban communities in developing countries access to sustainable, clean drinking water.
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Project Ray enables visually impaired people to use NFC-enabled smartphones and benefit from the advantages of digital services and connected tools to increase their independence, sense of security and social inclusion. Project Ray’s vision is to enable the blind to enjoy the modern, digital connectivity that sighted people take for granted, and to communicate with family, friends and caregivers on equal terms. Project Ray’s product is called RAYclick. RAYclick is an adhesive NFC sticker with two clickable buttons with tactile touch. A combination of two such stickers, or four clickable buttons, attached to the back of any touchscreen device provides a navigation wheel that enables the visually impaired to manage the smart device and use regular mobile application with physical buttons they can touch and feel.
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ST Microelectronics (ST) is one of the largest semiconductor companies in the world. ST is renowned for its products and solutions that connect users and businesses to the world around them, making life and work easier and more enjoyable. They have a particular focus in the areas of Smart Driving and the Internet of Things (IoT). So, it is no surprise that ST’s newest innovative product delivers on the convenience and efficiency promises of NFC-enabled IoT devices. Called the ST25DV-PWM IC, it is a dynamic NFC Tag IC that enables digital control of electronic applications and other IoT devices. Lights, thermostats, fans – almost any small motor – can simply and cost-effectively be managed by an NFC-enabled smartphone or other device using the ST25DV-PWM. The ST25DV-PWM IC turns a smartphone into a control panel for a wide, almost limitless range of applications.
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The international trade in counterfeit goods is currently worth around $460 billion a year – or four times greater than the value of drug trafficking. 1trueid aims to change the counterfeit goods black market with its anti-counterfeiting and traceability solutions. Their solution is the first secure digital identity enabler distributed in a Social Blockchain environment using different technologies, such as NFC, RAIN RFID, BTLE and PJM. You could call 1trueid’s unique solution a social IoT networking platform. 1trueid allows for the sharing and communication of intelligence between everyone involved in the design and manufacturing process of a product. Blockchain technology allows 1trueid’s system to track and confirm the owner and the authenticity of a manufactured product from start until finish.
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The industrial Internet of Things (IoT) space is one of the fastest-growing IoT markets and Iotize has continued to stand out as an industry leader as it has grown. Their TapNLink products are radios that bring connectivity to a wide range of existing industrial systems by enabling users to interact locally with connected systems to help with installation, configuration and maintenance. Iotize’s unique approach makes it possible to add a radio to an existing industrial system without redesigning material or software, dramatically reducing risk and cost.
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Over one billion cars travel the world’s roads today. By 2035, according to Navigant Research, that number will rise to two billion. This is the market that AUTOCYB’s automotive cybersecurity lock is targeting to provide vehicle owners and motorists essential security and consumer protection of their data. AUTOCYB is already being sold in 15 countries.
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Cellotape Smart Products’ slogan is “Anything is possible.” That phrase sounds less like marketing hyperbole and more like a simple statement of fact the more you learn about the diverse projects the Silicon Valley-based company has been involved in.