NFC is a mainstream wireless technology, thanks to the growth of online payment systems such as Pay Samsung and Google Pay. Especially when it comes to upscale devices and even a lot of medium. You may have heard the previous term, but what exactly does NFC? In this section we are seedy what it is, how it works, and what can be used.
NFC stands for “Near Field Communication” and, as the name suggests, this allows a short distance communication between compatible devices. It requires at least one transmission device, and others to receive signals. Various devices can use NFC standards and will be passive or active.
Passive NFC devices include tags, and other small transmitters, which can send information to other NFC devices without the need their own resources. However, they do not process any information sent from other sources, and cannot connect to other passive components. This often takes the form of interactive signs on the wall or ad.
Near field communication (also known as NFC) allows two electronic devices to communicate with each other. For example, NFC cards and card readers or NFC enables smartphones will be involved in each other, with a reading range of about 4cm that offer more flexibility in the field rather than contact cards.
Universal Smart Card offers a variety of NFC cards available with white blanks and printed. NFC cards are available with various chips including Mifare Ultralight, MifareDesfire and Ntag. Please see our range below. If you are looking for something specific, and don’t see it here, please contact us because we might be able to help you use our established supply chain.
Also, we not only supply NFC cards, we can also supply you with NFC fobs, NFC stickers and NFC wristbands.
NFC cards can be used for various applications such as payments without contact, tickets, access control, marketing, advertising and more. Look at our solution page to find out more.
The Smart business card is a simple NFC tag that contains essential information of your professional contact. This can be shared less contact by just one tap to another Call. Who can have personalized information like your name, Position and contacts, you can improve your card with interactive elements, such as Social Media links? Unlike his paper prototype, an intelligent business card allows you to reach to a greater public.
Now after you learn the basics of NFC technology and have seen various cases where you can use it, you can really determine whether it is for you or not. How do you say? Your assessment is positive and you can’t wait to get a device equipped with this technology? Perfect, you can’t give me better news!
Before you get your hands in the wallet, let me give you some information about how NFC can be exploited on Android and iOS. Although both operating systems belonging to the world of smartphones and tablets, there are fundamental differences between them: When on Android it is possible to do the practical all operations that I have registered above, and to activate or deactivate functionality, on iOS it is not possible manually checking NFC: Always active and can be used for payment with Pay Apple and, for example, to detect NFC tags.
With NFC technology you will be given extraordinary opportunities to contact your customers interactively. Customer cards with NFC chips allow end customers to call their own score directly on their smartphone – without installing the application! Geodata and cloud-based services can be read and exchanged directly. Data sensitive access and unique tokens can be generated and used on the card.
NFC cards allow fully new cloud-based access, interactive for customers.
The possibility is very big. We are happy to help you in the process of using new iot (Internet of Things) with NFC cards with their full potential.
NFC, or near field communication, is a communication protocol for electronic devices. This is most commonly used to support cellular payment systems such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay. It is also used to share media between nearby devices, create access tokens and key cards, and Bootstrap wireless connections.
NFC makes it easy for users to make instant payments with their smartphone or tablet. You can use a cellular wallet, as offered by Google or Apple, to process transactions with only a few beats – no need to open your wallet.
This is also a very versatile platform, because it includes a variety of services and industries. As a payment platform, NFC can be used for mobile banking, restaurant reservations, train bookings or movie tickets, providing real-time updates about gift expenses and points, redeem gifts and coupons and more.
This system is useful for the company too, because it presents a dynamic and forward-thinking mindset. Customers are better serviced through convenient and disturbed technology, which in turn increases brand reputation and increases productivity.
Advanced NFC encryption allows institutions to use it to filter or recognize student IDs or employees. In some cases, IDS can also be used to interact with objects in the office environment, share real-time information with users or other devices.
Using a cellphone wallet, to a certain extent, safer than using a physical credit card. In an unfortunate cellular device theft, user credit card information is password and protected. This adds to the additional layer of safety. NFC enabled payment cards are built to be safer than ordinary credit card magnetic strips. When using this system, retailers will not have physical access to customer credit card information.