NFC (Near Field Communication)
Near Field Communication (NFC) is a technology for short-range communication. NFC operates at a frequency of 13.56 MHz and may be used easily in the daily life. NFC technology allows: access to places where you need an ID so that only approaching our NFC mobile phone or a card reader device can access, in combination with RFID tags, utilities and mark where we are receiving information from a immediate event or establishment, the convenience and the cost can be associated with our bill or a bank account, this technology is on track to be the payment method of the future.
Adhesive label with RFID 13.56 MHz built-in tag
Reader with Near Field Communication technology, Mifare Plus and DesFire with SAM
Allows user identification from NFC smartphones
Reader with Near Field Communication technology, Mifare Plus and DESFire with SAM