NFC/RFID solutions webinar

NFC and RFID solutions and enablement for practical problem-solving

 

Webinar Recording from Wednesday, June 19th , 2019

Watch the 1-hour webinar recording to discover the solutions, standards, protocols, and tools that are enabling faster and easier deployment of NFC/RFID applications.

Radio-frequency identification (RFID) and Near-Field Communication (NFC) are proven and widely-used technologies for wireless identification, using radio waves to gather information and identify objects carrying tags or transponders. Complementary to other wireless technologies, NFC is designed to transfer data between two devices in close proximity. Its features make it the ideal fit for a large number of use cases that cannot be addressed by the other technologies, creating a unique opportunity for products and services.

Found in all newer Android- and iOS-based mobile devices, NFC is also used to cover transactions between bank cards and POS terminals, transportation and eTicketing, digital access, passport-reading, digital identity, and a multitude of other contact-less applications.

NFC technology is also becoming widely used in industrial equipment, utility meters, gaming platforms, and access control for buildings and vehicles.

You'll come away with new ideas and solutions for NFC/RFID that you can implement today in many applications and almost any market vertical.

Agenda:

  • NFC and RFID background
  • Popular protocols and differentiating features
  • Reader and phone support update
  • Practical examples of solutions enabling various IoT applications
  • Energy harvesting and benefits
  • NFC SmarTag evaluation platform
  • ST solutions, tools and reference designs

Speaker

Jim Barlow is a Technical Marketer for NFC/RFID based in California. Jim has held various positions in design, business development, sales, and applications; holds multiple patents for RF communication protocols, and has a Bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University and BSEE studies from the University of Texas at Arlington.
   

More information on NFC/RFID

Near Field Communication (NFC) was born as a specialized subset of the 13.56 MHz RFID technology in 2002.

Initially used for access control and public transport payment cards, the integration into credit / debit cards and smartphones is driving rapid growth not only for payment but also as an always-on radio link for simple pairing, diagnostic readout, parameter programming and much more.

One of the pioneers of RFID and NFC technology, ST offers a comprehensive range, covering all NFC application needs, supported by a rich ecosystem. The devices include NFC / RFID tags, Dynamic NFC tags, NFC / RFID readers & NFC controllers including secure element for secure NFC applications and turnkey solutions.


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