Contactless point of sales terminal antenna characterization, evaluation and testing, according to EMV specifications
Product originality demo, based on NXP’s NTAG 210μ tag, targeting mass market applications like gaming or retail
More and more, small battery-driven devices such as wearables are increasingly available. With their low power consumption, the challenge is to use NFC technology for battery charging
MobileKnowledge has defined the system architecture, developed the required software components and tested the complete setup to enable secure element-based biometric fingerprint authentication on a wearable device
When integrating NFC technology into wearable devices, the impact on the power consumption is a key concern. The Connected Device has been characterized in terms of power consumption to support wearable manufacturers so they may assess the power requirements of devices using similar architecture
The Secure Services Development Platform is a set of hardware and software tools, source code, use cases, documentation and support to facilitate the deployment of secure element-based services
MobileKnowledge has developed a white label-secure NFC wearable. It is a highly integrated hardware in a 10x15mm multi-layered PCB, which includes a BLE SoC solution and PN66T to host secure NFC applications
Product originality and authenticity validator based on NFC tags and their unique, non-modifiable identifiers and cryptographic features
TagWriter is one of the most popular NFC applications in PlayStore. It includes all the relevant features for writing into NFC tags through your NFC Android-based device
Massive Online/Offline Open Courses on Tablet devices secured through NFC
NFC voting system for poster session, based on NXP's NTAG 216 and FAMOCO mobile readers.
Software tools for interacting with the NTAG I2C Plus Explorer kit board and demonstrate its features.