This seven-page technical paper explains how NFC-enabled sensors can be used to deliver service improvements in “hundreds of applications in many market sectors.”
NFC-enabled sensors are small, cheap and easy to use, the paper explains, and are available with no external power source required.
Potential use cases range from a blood sugar monitor that can be implanted under a diabetic’s skin and then read at any time by holding an NFC phone or tablet next to the implant through to a variety of building and supply chain management, remote metering and process control applications.
Download this technical paper and you will learn how NFC-enabled sensors work, understand the operational options available and discover the reasons why, for relatively low data-rate and short-range applications, NFC is a very attractive technology.
This paper is sponsored and produced by AMS and approved by the NFC World+ editorial team.
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This seven-page document is available free of charge to NFC World+ Knowledge Centre members (PDF format, 513KB; downloaded 1017 times).
About the author
Oluf Alminde is the senior marketing manager for the wireless connectivity business unit at chip-maker AMS.
Oluf joined the company in November 2012 when it acquired IDS Microchip and has played vital roles in defining system architecture, product definition and positioning during his more than 15 years in the wireless and RFID semiconductor industry.
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