Join NFC World and NXP to find out how NFC can bring plug-and-play simplicity to smart homes and the internet of things (IoT).
This 32-page white paper produced by the GSMA provides an in-depth study of the development and implementation of mobile operator China Unicom’s mobile couponing and loyalty solutions for the Chinese market.
This 56-page white paper produced by the GSMA provides an extensive overview of the impact of mobile technology on transport systems across the globe. It evaluates the value this technology has for transport operators, mobile network operators and passengers and considers key issues relating to its implementation.
This 12-page white paper by Rambus clarifies the function of the token service provider within a tokenized payment system and evaluates the benefits of adopting the role.
This 12-page white paper produced by LitePoint provides an explanation of the benefits of NFC performance testing and how device manufacturers can implement effective verification tests that ensure their NFC products work as intended.
This 15-page white paper produced by South Korea-based smart card and mobile payment solution provider Kona International provides an introduction to NFC, host card emulation (HCE) and tokenisation as well as smart cards, contactless cards and magnetic stripe cards.
This 12-page white paper produced by HID Global provides an introduction to NFC and the use cases for the technology that go beyond the mobile payments arena.
Join NFC World and Clear2Pay to learn about the new testing, quality and compliance challenges presented by HCE and tokenization.
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.”
This 98-page report explains in detail the technology behind NFC and is designed for business executives seeking to understand how to take advantage of the functionality this technology offers for mobile payments, marketing, information sharing and beyond.
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