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Near Field Communication (NFC) is a standards-based, short-range wireless connectivity technology that enables simple and safe two-way interactions among electronic devices (such as mobile phones).
Bluetooth devices generally communicate over distances of 5-10 meters. NFC is restricted to a 10 centimeter range and the amount of data that can be transmitted to and from an NFC target and phone is limited and tightly controlled, unlike Bluetooth, which makes it a much safer technology.
NFC technology allows consumers to perform contactless transactions, access digital content, connect devices and a whole lot more with the simplicity of a single touch. Examples of these are: paying for groceries (and other retail items) using your phone, recieving exclusive content via NFC enabled smart posters and Bluetooth & WiFi configuration.
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The type of NFC tag you should get all depends on what you plan to do with it. Always keep your intended use in mind when choosing the size and form factor of NFC product. We sell two types of tags: Mifare 1K and Mifare Ultralight C. We recommend trying out several forms and sizes with one of our NFC Starter Kits.
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To program an NFC tag you need a device with an active NFC chip such as our NFC Readers & Writers or Android phones with NFC capabilities. If you're a business and require bulk encoding of tags for your store or a marketing campaign, contact us, we can do it for you.
Yes we do. No matter what type of business you are, our innovative team can create a custom solution that will build brand awareness, drive traffic to your store and ultimately increase sales. Contact us for a chat.