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What is NFC?
 A set of standards which define the exchange of data
  via radio within close proximity
 Two active device...
Why do we keep hearing about if? (for years)
 Builds on RFID which is now secretly all around us
     M & S (Stock track...
Eureka Moment
 Hype, doesn't seem anything special

  Until …

  A NFC phone, as an active device, can
  write on blank t...
So …
                      A mobile is a fully fledged writer
                           Relatively abundant resource
  ...
Problems
     Critical mass
         Need high penetration to have momentum

     Security
         More down to the i...
Further reading
       - NFC Forum
            - Own the spec
            - Licence the ‘N’ Mark
       - Android API

GOT...
Questions?

      @CHRIS_HACKETT
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  1. * Yup, this has been adapted from the content delivered at SMC_MCR to make it more suitable for online viewing @CHRIS_HACKETT
  2. What is NFC?  A set of standards which define the exchange of data via radio within close proximity  Two active devices (phones) can exchange data bi- directionally.  Active devices (phone) can read passive devices (tags)  NFC Record Type Definition’s (RTD) define a set of well know data types for exchange  Text  URI  Generic Control  Smart poster (Text +URI)  Connection Handover @CHRIS_HACKETT
  3. Why do we keep hearing about if? (for years)  Builds on RFID which is now secretly all around us  M & S (Stock tracking)  Car park tokens / Building access  Cheep tags  For many applications at the point of disposable pricing  Small and can be put into many product  Financial  Mobile payments  £233b (2011) annual UK Credit/Debit spend The UK Cards Association  Who would like a % of this? @CHRIS_HACKETT
  4. Eureka Moment  Hype, doesn't seem anything special Until … A NFC phone, as an active device, can write on blank tags.  Now its interesting @CHRIS_HACKETT
  5. So …  A mobile is a fully fledged writer  Relatively abundant resource  In everybodys pocket App Store  Complemented with the app eco system  Quick to market  Low cost/free What will you get?  Ideas take off or fail fast  And throw in some excited developers  The talent to push NFC further @CHRIS_HACKETT
  6. Problems  Critical mass  Need high penetration to have momentum  Security  More down to the implementation !  One bad design could tarnish all NFC  User understanding  How to make it so people know what to do  Make it as easy as seeing a ‘Free WiFi’ sign  User knows what to do @CHRIS_HACKETT
  7. Further reading - NFC Forum - Own the spec - Licence the ‘N’ Mark - Android API GOTO - Baked into ICS - Intro into android implementation - RapidNFC - Wide selection of NFC tags - UK based - Starter packs £6.25 – £49.95 - Guide on which chip version to buy @CHRIS_HACKETT
  8. Questions? @CHRIS_HACKETT
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