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droidcon 2012: What's the Hack is NFC .., Hauke Meyn, NXP

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NFC, the intuitive contactless technology is finding its way into more and more mobile phone devices. NFC stands for Near Field Communication and is a contactless technology gearing to massively ease ...

NFC, the intuitive contactless technology is finding its way into more and more mobile phone devices. NFC stands for Near Field Communication and is a contactless technology gearing to massively ease information gathering and content sharing. It's very easy to use and allows short range, point to point communication between NFC enabled devices as well as access to content on passive tags and cards. The presentation will focus to provide a technology introduction, some hints on already available applications with a life demonstration of the technology. We will discuss the use cases driving the technology, the level of NFC integration in Android. The NCF API and it's classes will be presented and last but not least we plan to run a little life coding session to show how easy applications can be enabled and can benefit from NFC.

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    • NFC - What’s the hack is NFC…Technology intro, uses cases, applicationsHauke Meyn, Senior Principal System ArchitectNXP Semiconductors Germany GmbHdroidcon 2012, BerlinMarch, 14th 2012
    • Technology Overview 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1Contact Smart CardsSerial UARTHigh level of securityContactless Technology time domainElectro magnetic field data "1" data "0" data subcarrier manchester coding subcarrier modulationNFC P2P Technology load modulationElectro magnetic field 2
    • NXP Focused on Superb User ExperiencesUniquely leveraging 15 years leadership in existing ecosystems Secure Transactions Secure Identity Authentication & Tagging Banking Passports Supply chain Brand Protection Public Transport & Access ID cards Product Tracking Device Authent. Mobile Transactions - NFC Health Card Connected Devices Infrastructure Driving licenses #1 Transport, Access, Loyalty, etc. #1 eGovernment solutions – 650+ cities worldwide, 4Bn+ units MIFARE – 81 out of 96 countries depend on NXP for ePassport #2 Banking solutions #1 Tags & Labels solutions – 600M+ cards in circulation, 35 countries – Supplying >50% tagging market #1 NFC solutions #1 Reader ICs for Infrastructure – Inventor of NFC technology – Supplied 60M+ contactless ICs (80% market share) – 100+ phones, 190+ NFC trials worldwide – POS terminals 95% market share Proven Volume Delivery: Over 8 Billion Contactless ICs Shipped 3
    • NFC Devices use a combination oftechnologies Tag/Card Reader/Writer (Terminal)3 communication modes Multi-standard (ISO/IEC14443, JIS X 6319-4/Felica, ISO/IEC15693)Connect the world of appswith the physical world:Apps jump into the world and touchpeople, objects and other apps. P2P Communication (Device to Device)Connect devices through NFCIP-1, NFCIP-2 (ISO/IEC18092, ISO/IEC21481)physical proximity:A magical connection of devices bysimply touching them. A true device“hand shake”.Interactive wallet: Card Emulation (Secure Element)Incorporates the use of a secure element EMVCo (ISO/IEC14443)to allow your phone to act like an “interactivecard” for payment, transportation, ID andphysical access 4
    • Who defines how NFC gets integrated?The NFC Forum The mission of the NFC Forum is to advance the use of NFC technology by: – Developing standards-based specifications that ensure interoperability among devices and services – Encouraging the development of products using NFC Forum specifications – Educating the market globally about NFC technology – Ensuring that products claiming NFC capabilities comply with NFC Forum specifications – Promoting the NFC Forum N-Mark 5 5
    • The Mobile Revolution Ubiquitous Mass Shift to contactless >1B Smart Phones contactless infrastructure touch (payment, points transport, ID, consumer, tags) • Mobile banking/payments • Social networks • Appstores Smart Phone > desktop shipments; will exceed desktop + laptop shipments in 2012 Mobile Internet fastest growth in CE history, driven by Smart Phones Strong traction for NFC enabled handsets (OEM’s and MNO’s) Secure online/offline mobile transactions enabled by Secure Element (tamper resistant hardware) Fast growing payment, coupon, social network and location based marketing initiatives Convergence of traditional transit, access, and card experiences onto interactive devices Allows convenient, intuitive, secure means to take the online experience into the offline world 6
    • Leveraging the growing contactless infrastructure … Public Transport Mobile phone = transport card PaymentMobile phone = Debit card Micro-Payment Mobile phone = cash Secure log-in Mobile phone = Access Control security token Mobile phone = key
    • Ecosystem players will pursue different use cases, ten categories identified to date… 1 Proximity Mobile wallet to replace cash payments, increasing consumer convenience, payments locking-in bank customers and lowering transaction costsPayments 2 Remote Access account anytime anywhere and allow unbanked to send money P2P payments for a fee 3 Replace CL transport cards and one-off tickets, driving up usage and Ticketing lowering PTO costs 4 Access Add differentiating feature by allowing phone to access buildings, computersAccess & mgmt & control car and start cars 5 Fast set-up of Bluetooth connection between devices to increase consumer Pairing convenience 6 Personal Store / access personal information on phone to increase information identifi- cation accessibility (anywhere, anytime)Credential 7 Exchange digital information by direct phone connection to accelerate social Social net-storage & working network expansion and allow new game genreexchange 8 Location Tap phone at tags to proof visit for more targeted and sophisticated marketing based marketing 9 Read product information by tapping phone at tags creating more targeted eTagging Content advertisingconsump- 10 tion Media Secure access to Mobile TV, eBooks and Audio consump- tion 8
    • Enabling use cases beyond payment & ticketing Social networking Making new contacts, updating social networking profiles, recommending services, advertisement, … Computing Secure automatic log-in, easy set-up of components, easy pairing of devices, … Retail M-payment, loyalty, advertising, link to RFID-system, … Health Care Medical records / treatments, dossier tracking/tracing, … Government Registration cards, Resident/parking permit, Tolling, … Automotive Access to services/data, pairing, motor management, keys, fleet management, driver profile transfer, … Gaming proximity peer to peer gaming experience, easy pairing, … 9
    • NFC: Operating System Integration Nokia / Symbian – Set starting point for NFC integration on mobile devices – Well defined, stable and flexible – Good OS level NFC utilization Google / Android – Most used platform for NFC enablement – Most complete, very powerful API – Increasing OS level NFC utilization: Android Beam RIM / Blackberry – Following Android for NFC enablement – Integration Classes based like the Android, less utilized NFC Forum specification support – Basic OS level NFC utilization Microsoft / Windows 8 – Coming up „Native“ OS types like Samsung‘s Bada are not listed 10
    • NFC enabled Applications (1) NXP created two apps as a technology teaser NFC TagWriter by NXP – Store contacts, URLs and text messages on your NFC tags. Convert QR Code into NFC data sets and launch actions with a tap NFC TagInfo by NXP – NXP TagInfo,is like a “Swiss Army knife” for NFC! The application provides a value checker, content viewer and analysis tool in a single application. 11 April 9, 2012
    • NFC enabled Applications (2) NFC Task Launcher / Tools – Use NFC Tags to automate tasks NFC Task Launcher makes NFC useful for every day life. You can use a single NFC tag to configure your phone or perform actions immediately. Microsoft Tag / Productivity – Download the free Tag app to read Tag barcodes, QR Codes and NFC touchpoints. The Microsoft Tag app lets you instantly connect to a whole new world of information. Octopus Balance Reader / Tools – First app to read the balance of the HK Octopus Card. Once you own an NFC enabled android phone(such as Nexus S), you are eligible to use this app. NFC Profile / Tools – Touch a tag to toggle your system settings! With NFC Profile you can switch system settings like WiFi connectivity on and off with a simple touch of a NFC tag. 12 April 9, 2012
    • Android Beam With Android Beam any application gets a basic NFC integration – Opens the App on the other side – If App is not present the market opens automatically Allows for beaming NDEF Messages to Other Devices 13 April 9, 2012
    • Android NFC integrationBase classes package android.nfc NfcManager High level manager used to obtain an instance of an NfcAdapter. NfcAdapter Represents the local NFC adapter. NfcEvent Wraps information associated with any NFC event. Tag Represents an NFC tag that has been discovered. NdefMessage Represents an NDEF (NFC Data Exchange Format) data message that contains one or more NdefRecords. NdefRecord Represents a logical (unchunked) NDEF (NFC Data Exchange Format) record. 14 April 9, 2012
    • Android NFC integrationbase classes package android.nfc.tech Ndef Provides access to NDEF content and operations on a Tag. NdefFormatable Provide access to NDEF format operations on a Tag. IsoDep Provides access to ISO-DEP (ISO 14443-4) properties and I/O operations on a Tag. NfcA Provides access to NFC-A (ISO 14443-3A) properties and I/O operations on a Tag. NfcB Provides access to NFC-B (ISO 14443-3B) properties and I/O operations on a Tag. NfcF Provides access to NFC-F (JIS 6319-4) properties and I/O operations on a Tag. NfcV Provides access to NFC-V (ISO 15693) properties and I/O operations on a Tag. MifareClassic Provides access to MIFARE Classic properties and I/O operations on a Tag. MifareUltralight Provides access to MIFARE Ultralight properties and I/O operations on a Tag. 15 April 9, 2012