Creating the necessary infrastructure for NFC bandwidth usage (Near Field Communication) by designing and developing innovative and economically efficient NFC components.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is an wireless technology, known as the ISO 18092 which provides an intuitive, simple and safe communication between electronic devices and it is a future alternative for the connection without contact (contactless).
For example, payments can be made via mobile phone, as well as applications in its infrastructure, which enables payment claims to be loaded remotely on NFC mobile devices, a process known as Over The Air (OTA) provisioning.
Through this system of payment it is aiming that NFC mobile payments to become a dominant global service.
- enables the provision of multimedia contextual information (video, audio, image, text, etc.) from the mobile phone screen to the place of payments and purchases, and maintain content downloaded on a mobile phone according to consumer demand.
- enables location based services that attract consumers.
- enables consumers to buy via mobile phone, enabling traders and “brands” to sell their products and services without the need of physical presence.
- allows marketers to provide customised services, discounts, campaigns “in real time”.