On-demand Webinar: NFC NDEF Tag webinar

 

Learn how to use NFC contactless communication with the Cloud to enhance the connectivity and protection of your product

 

Recorded in April 2021

Watch a 1-hour on-demand webinar to discover a new ISO 15693-compliant augmented NDEF NFC tag with a custom field for web-based identification and authentication.

You will be introduced to the standardized NFC Data Exchange Format (NDEF) and how it can be used across multiple ST ecosystems. We will show you how augmented NDEF allows data exchange for features including authenticity, product specific information, and tamper status — without the need to develop a mobile application. You will also learn about configurable attributes such as the Unique Tap Code (UTC) to generate custom messages at each tap of the tag.

You will discover how to use protection features such as a Password Attempt Counter to protect your device from repeated unauthorized attempts to connect, and physical tamper detect messages that can be stored within the tag. Finally, we will cover how cloning protection can be implemented using ST's TruST25™ Digital Signature services to guarantee the authenticity of your product.

You will learn:

  • NFC technology use-cases and trends
  • Tools and resources available in ST's Reader/Tag support ecosystem
  • About NFC tag support via webpage vs. mobile app development
  • The unique features of the new ST25TV02KC NFC ISO 15693 Tag
 

ST将保留您的浏览记录,并使用您以前访问、购买或下载过的产品和服务的详细信息,为您提供ST认为您也会感兴趣的其他产品和服务建议。
ST使用您直接提供的个人数据以及您在ST网站上的活动,并根据隐私政策向您发送(直接或通过ST分公司或分销商)有关ST产品和服务的电子报、广告或其他特定和有针对性的营销材料。您的个人资料将提供给位于欧盟和欧盟以外国家的ST分公司和分销商。您可以在我们网站的隐私政策中查阅ST分公司和分销商的列表。为了向您发送特定且有针对性的营销材料,我们会基于您直接向ST和/或通过您在ST网站上的活动提供的信息,或ST在其他情况下从您获得的其他信息进行综合分析(例如,如果您与ST、其分公司或分销商建立业务关系)。

Speaker

Jim Barlow 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. He is currently based in California.