Nowadays, cellphones are increasingly being used as transaction tools – and not just as ways to communicate. Near Field Communication (NFC) is one of the key technologies supporting transactions via mobile phones. NFC is extending the concept of personal mobility by bringing contactless applications like payment, transport ticketing, access control, loyalty, eID and many more to today’s cellphones.
However, the successful integration of NFC applications on smartphones hinges on open standards. This is because the migration of NFC applications from smart cards to mobile solutions is a complex, time-consuming and resource-intensive process. Open standards can simplify and accelerate this process.
In this webinar with Telecoms.com and Infineon, you will learn: