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NFC (Near Field Communication)
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NFC – Contents
 Introduction
 Example
 Key benefits
 Capabilities
 Future improvements
NFC - Introduction
 NFC is a set of standards for smart phones and similar
devices to establish radio communication with ...
NFC Working
 Communication is also possible between an NFC device
and an unpowered NFC chip, called a "tag“.
 NFC builds...
NFC - Capabilities
Emulation of credit card.
Peer-to-peer communication.
Tag’s as a reader.
Different than Bluetooth a...
NFC- Example
 Payment, Loyalty and coupons.
 Google wallets.
 Transport
 Boarding pass, parking lots etc.
 Access Con...
NFC- Example
 Payment, Loyalty and coupons.
 Google wallets.
 Transport
 Boarding pass, parking lots etc.
 Access Con...
NFC - Example
 Information collection and exchange
 Data transfer from phone to phone.
 Data transfer from tag to phone.
NFC-Key Benefits
Intuitive
Versatile
Inherently and security ready
Open and standard based
NFC – Future improvements
Standard for mobile payment.
Other to follow suits.
Merchant side equipments needed.
Data mo...
NFC
Thank you…
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NFC (Near Field Communication)

  1. 1. NFC (Near Field Communication) PGDM BG B-5 BATCH
  2. 2. NFC – Contents  Introduction  Example  Key benefits  Capabilities  Future improvements
  3. 3. NFC - Introduction  NFC is a set of standards for smart phones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them close. Present and anticipated applications include contactless transactions, data exchange, and simplified setup of more complex communications such as Wi-Fi.
  4. 4. NFC Working  Communication is also possible between an NFC device and an unpowered NFC chip, called a "tag“.  NFC builds upon Radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems by allowing two-way communication between endpoints, where earlier systems such as contactless smart cards were one-way only.  Google Wallet allows consumers to store credit card and store loyalty card information in a virtual wallet and then use an NFC-enabled device at terminals that also accept MasterCard PayPass transactions
  5. 5. NFC - Capabilities Emulation of credit card. Peer-to-peer communication. Tag’s as a reader. Different than Bluetooth and wi-fi. Social networking.
  6. 6. NFC- Example  Payment, Loyalty and coupons.  Google wallets.  Transport  Boarding pass, parking lots etc.  Access Control  Secure building access with NFC phone and contact less reader  Health Care, Consumer Electronics.  Easy and instant access of patient’s vital health factors
  7. 7. NFC- Example  Payment, Loyalty and coupons.  Google wallets.  Transport  Boarding pass, parking lots etc.  Access Control  Secure building access with NFC phone and contact less reader  Health Care, Consumer Electronics.  Easy and instant access of patient’s vital health factors
  8. 8. NFC - Example  Information collection and exchange  Data transfer from phone to phone.  Data transfer from tag to phone.
  9. 9. NFC-Key Benefits Intuitive Versatile Inherently and security ready Open and standard based
  10. 10. NFC – Future improvements Standard for mobile payment. Other to follow suits. Merchant side equipments needed. Data modification. Technology improvements for more secure NFC data transfer and Eavesdropping and Lost mobiles and devices.
  11. 11. NFC Thank you…

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