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A day at MIT with Near-Field Communication

Future near-field communication (NFC) usages in every-day life Near-Field Communication is a short-range high-frequency wireless communication technology which enables the exchange of data between devices over approximately 10-cm distance. Current usages include mobile ticketing on public transportation systems, mobile payment, smart postering, and bluetooth pairing. For this project, MIT Mobile Experience Lab imagined future scenarios on NFC technology in the specific context of Massachusetts Institute of Technology campus. More info With the support of Nokia - Connecting People Core Team Federico Casalegno, David Boardman & Agnes Chang

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clear benefits customer … but what is the commercialisation opportunity?

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MIT Mobile Experience Lab

MIT Mobile Experience Lab

Category: Research | Updated almost 8 years ago

December 02, 2008 10:53
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