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A Near Field Communication (NFC) tag applied to any physical object can launch a multitude of mobile digital experiences at the tap of a phone. Some examples are:
Tap to Verify
Tap to Engage socially
Tap to Connect to content
Tap to Reward
Tap to Select products
Tap to Order and Pay
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An NFC tag is a passive, unpowered, small physical item that can interact with mobile phones. It contains an NFC chip and an antenna. The chip has a user memory which can be written to with a standardized data format and allows phones to read the data to e.g. open a specific URL to a mobile experience in the web browser. NFC tags come in a range of antenna sizes and shapes. The larger the antenna, the larger the operating range (typical up to 4 inches or 10 centimeters). We suggest using the large antenna size if possible for a smooth user experience. If you would like to reduce the operating range to very close proximity for enhanced security, choose a smaller form factor.
|Application||Requirements||Recommended NFC product|
|Pay for parking signs
|Shared bikes, electric scooters
|Self-service store shelves or rails
|Integration into apparel, footwear, or sporting goods
|Integration into packaging
Circus Tamper Loop
|Self-service ticketing gates & signs
|Smart tables for hospitality and restaurants
|Reordering of refillables and consumables
||Injection molded bottle caps
and containers, harsh chemicals
|Glass Tag NFC|
You may have heard of Near Field Communication (NFC) as it relates to mobile wallets. But did you know that NFC offers many enhanced experiences in areas such as transport, automotive, connected home, connected health, retail, hospitality, and more? Learn how NFC makes your life easier and more connected.
To be successful today, brands and retailers need to compete more effectively in a mobile-first, omnichannel world. NFC technology offers a multitude of ways.
With over 2 billion Near Field Communication (NFC) enabled devices across the globe, NFC technology is everywhere!