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    What is near field communications What is near field communications Presentation Transcript

    • What is Near Field Communication? (NFC) HACC Web 130 Class Presentation by Beth Metzger How this could impact you in the near future
    • Near Field Communication (NFC) technology is a set of short range wireless technologies that involves an initiator and a target. NFC technology is mainly intended for use in mobile phones.
    • Benefits of NFC
      • Intuitive
      • Versatile
      • Technology enabling
      • Inherently secure
      • Interoperable
      • Security ready
    • Why do I care about NFC ?
      • What’s in for me?
      What the power and convenience of NFC can hold for you.
    • A day in the life 7:00 am Take the train to the office Guitar Concert Tonight 7:30 am Poster announcing free concert 8:15 am Arrive at office
    • A day in the life 12:00 noon Pay for lunch 1:30 pm Meeting with new business partners
    • A day in the life 6:00 pm attend the concert 8:pm Dinner 10:00 pm Arrive home
    • When to expect NFC
      • Now that you know about NFC when should you expect it in the US?
      • According to Crunch Gear you can expect to see a general awareness by 2012 and adoption by 2015
      Presentation credits Photo’s: Microsoft Office Text and example: NFC Forum and Crunch Gear HACC Web 130 Class Presentation by Beth Metzger