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[Presentation from May 14 Tap into NFC Meetup]
At the Tap into NFC Meetup in Boston on May 14, 2015, attendees learned about NFC technology and where the Internet of Things is headed in 2015 and beyond. Slide deck includes:
-NFC ecosystem overview + Why NFC Should be on Your Radar ~ Paula Hunter, Executive Director, NFC Forum
-NFC Everywhere – bringing new, secure and convenient user experiences and enabling the Internet of Things with a simple touch of your mobile device ~ Suresh Palliparambil, NXP
-Lightning talks from Identiv, TapTrack, Purple Deck Media, and Couchbase
Get involved in or meet us at one of our upcoming events: http://nfc-forum.org/nfc-forum-events/

[Presentation from May 14 Tap into NFC Meetup]
At the Tap into NFC Meetup in Boston on May 14, 2015, attendees learned about NFC technology and where the Internet of Things is headed in 2015 and beyond. Slide deck includes:
-NFC ecosystem overview + Why NFC Should be on Your Radar ~ Paula Hunter, Executive Director, NFC Forum
-NFC Everywhere – bringing new, secure and convenient user experiences and enabling the Internet of Things with a simple touch of your mobile device ~ Suresh Palliparambil, NXP
-Lightning talks from Identiv, TapTrack, Purple Deck Media, and Couchbase
Get involved in or meet us at one of our upcoming events: http://nfc-forum.org/nfc-forum-events/

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  1. 1. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology1 District Hall May 14, 2015
  2. 2. AGENDA Advancing Near Field Communication Technology 2 ● Why NFC Should be on Your Radar Paula Hunter, Executive Director, NFC Forum ● NFC Everywhere: Suresh Palliparambil, NXP ● Panel Discussion: How NFC Technology is Evolving ● Lightning Talks ● Networking Cocktail Reception Featuring Tap Into NFC Exhibitor Showcases
  3. 3. WHY NFC SHOULD BE ON YOUR RADAR Paula Hunter NFC Forum Executive Director Tap Into NFC Meetup May 14, 2015 Advancing Near Field Communication Technology
  4. 4. ABOUT THE NFC FORUM Advancing Near Field Communication Technology4
  5. 5. NFC FORUM MISSION Advancing Near Field Communication Technology5  Develop standards-based NFC specifications  Encourage the development of products based on NFC Forum specifications  Work to ensure that products claiming NFC capabilities comply with NFC Forum specifications  Educate consumers and enterprises globally about NFC Specifications & Application Documents Compliance Branding
  6. 6. DRIVING NFC FORWARD ON ALL FRONTS 6  Harmonize existing contactless standards  Enable new applications and services  22 Specifications published  Over 50,000 downloads Technical Specifications  Advance NFC initiatives  Influence new technical specifications  Create new business alliances and opportunities  Contribute to the growth of NFC  Collaborate with over 160 companies worldwide Special Interest Groups (SIGs)  Collaborate with industry stakeholders to determine most pressing needs and promising directions  Ensure that new NFC solutions are future-safe  Work across Consumer Electronics, Health Care, Payment, Retail and Transport business sectors Membership  Establishes strong foundation for NFC implementations  Fosters gold standard of confidence and credibility  24 authorized labs; 7 validated test tools, over 100 certified devices  Plugfests for testing interoperability and compliance Compliance Program http://nfc-forum.org/
  7. 7. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology7
  8. 8. SPONSOR MEMBERS Advancing Near Field Communication Technology PRINCIPAL MEMBERS
  9. 9. NFC DEVICES OPERATE IN 3 MODES Card Emulation 9 Tag/Card Reader/Writer Connect the world of apps with the physical world Connect devices through physical proximity Connect to a common infrastructure …3 2 1 Peer to Peer
  10. 10. MARKET SITUATION Advancing Near Field Communication Technology10
  11. 11. COMPELLING DATA Advancing Near Field Communication Technology11 From 2014 to 2015 over 1 billion NFC-enabled devices will be shipped worldwide.
  12. 12. MOBILE NFC PAYMENT LANDED IN THE U.S. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology12 • Enables open development of card applications • Support expressed by Visa and MasterCard • HCE-based payment projects all over the world • Ongoing Infrastructure Investment  EMV adoption/Liability Shift enlarges acceptance point deployment Full scale deployment of Mobile Payment in US Apple Pay • 1m users within 72 hours • Rapid growth of issuer coverage • Expansion possible to outside of US Android Pay
  13. 13. HOST CARD EMULATION BREAKTHROUGH Advancing Near Field Communication Technology13 Open Global, Software basis, and scalable Flexible security 3 2 1 A billion units available in the global market Opens up use of card emulation to everyone from developers to large entities Security can be tuned to what the service will require
  14. 14. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology14 HOW NFC SUPPORTS THE INTERNET OF THINGS An inexpensive means of providing intelligence NFC-enabled chips Easy network access NFC Connection Handover A means of easy user control Intuitive tap interface A way to link physical objects to the online world NFC tags
  15. 15. STUDY: CONSUMERS PREFER NFC Advancing Near Field Communication Technology15
  16. 16. STUDY CONDUCTED WITH STRATEGY ANALYTICS Purpose of Study: Advancing Near Field Communication Technology16 Retailers and brands more customer-centric Growth of digital interactivity for retailers and brands Gather data about end-user experiences and perceptions of NFC in retail setting– as it relates to other technologies
  17. 17. COMPELLING DATA Advancing Near Field Communication Technology17 OVER 75% MORE THAN 75% OVER 60% of respondents who used NFC were very satisfied with their experience of respondents indicated an interest in viewing additional product information including inventory and availability via NFC. were interested in an NFC- enabled mobile shopping cart in-store experience and using NFC.
  18. 18. NFC PREFERRED OVER BLUETOOTH AND QR CODES Advancing Near Field Communication Technology18 43% 49% 50% 56% 61% 25% 24% 23% 23% 20% 14% 13% 10% 7% 17% 15% 17% 14% 19% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Connecting to Wi-Fi, view deals, etc. Product info, check stock levels Related product info Product info - large items Reorder consumables Using NFC Using QR Code
  19. 19. FIND OUT MORE: WHITE PAPER Advancing Near Field Communication Technology19 NFC Technology: How Changing Consumer Preferences Create New Opportunities for Retailers white paper. Link here: http://nfc-forum.org/retail-study/
  20. 20. A DAY IN THE LIFE WITH NFC Advancing Near Field Communication Technology20
  21. 21. START YOUR DAY WITH NFC Advancing Near Field Communication Technology21 Tap to board the trainSet music preferences in your carTap to program the oven
  22. 22. NFC MAKES YOUR DAY MORE PRODUCTIVE Advancing Near Field Communication Technology22 Re-enter office buildingView a movie’s trailerTap to order lunch
  23. 23. NFC AFTER WORK Advancing Near Field Communication Technology23 Tap to change thermostat and turn off music Play Skylanders with your kidsTap to pay for parking
  24. 24. TAP INTO NFC MEETUP Advancing Near Field Communication Technology24 Please join us in thanking our generous sponsors: Startup Sponsors: Gold Sponsor Silver Sponsor
  25. 25. PHOTO ATTRIBUTION Advancing Near Field Communication Technology 25 ● Slide 21  Tap to program the oven: http://www.androidcentral.com/nfc-enabled-oven-future-coming-lg  Set music preferences in your car: http://www.autofieldguide.com/articles/cars-talk---with-the-outside-world  Tap to board the train: http://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/publications/connect-information- technology/2012/11/06/connecting-coffee-credit-cards-and-just-about-anything-else.html ● Slide 22  Tap to order lunch: http://www.nfcworld.com/2013/11/20/326957/dutch-restaurant-offers-nfc-ordering/  View a movie’s trailer: http://proxama1.rssing.com/chan-8419691/all_p1.html  Re-enter office building: http://www.rfidjournal.com/articles/view?9899 ● Slide 23  Tap to pay for parking: http://www.scribbledigital.com/2011/11/30/what-can-you-do-with-mobile-payments/  Play Skylanders: http://imagenes.es.sftcdn.net/blog/es/2013/03/Skylanders_portal.jpg  Tap to change thermostat: http://www.windsorstar.com/business/technology/Photos+Cool+gadgets+unveiled+Vegas+Consumer/7785622/story.html
  26. 26. THANK YOU! Please join us at the NFC Forum: http://nfc-forum.org/about-us/join-the-forum/ Advancing Near Field Communication Technology26
  27. 27. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology27 NFC Everywhere – Bringing New, Secure and Convenient User Experiences and Enabling the Internet of Things Suresh Palliparambil, NXP
  28. 28. June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC28. NFC Everywhere Bringing new secure and convenient user experiences and enabling the IoT with a simple touch of your mobile device
  29. 29. Technology trends creating opportunity for NXP Everything connected Everything smart Everything secure 80% of the World’s Economic Value will come from Improvements to existing products Source: Euromonitor; Gartner; ARM Holdings; UBS; Center for Strategic and International Studies; McAfee, NXP analysis, International Telecommunications Union 1B+ additional consumers online, 50B+ connected devices 80B+ more devices with intelligence by 2017 Economic impact of cyber-attacks nearing half trillion dollars Hyper-connectivity has changed our world forever
  30. 30. A steady growing number of NFC applications Creating wide ranging user experiences everywhere Access Payment Connected Home Smart Manu- facturing June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC 30. Smart Marketing Smart Mobility
  31. 31.  Open loop & Closed loop Payments  Tap-and-pay convenience  Enhanced security  Paperless receipts  Loyalty programs  Electronic coupons  Personalized messages  Support for PCI and EMVCo regulatory requirements › THINK – mPoS, form factors like wristbands, and multi-applications (Payment & Access) June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC31. NFC-enabled POS terminals use NXP technology SECURE PAYMENT Fast & Safe transactions
  32. 32. SECURE ACCESS Smart solutions • Tap-and-access user convenience  Scalable security solutions, such as:  Temporary access for specific people (e.g. service or emergency staff)  Embedded encryption  Enhanced privacy protection  Remote key distribution and management  Multi-applications (e.g. Time& Attendance, Micro-Payment)  Combined Physical and Logical access June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC32. › Proven solution of choice in high-security access-management systems worldwide
  33. 33.  Interactive advertising  In-store and out-of-store marketing  Couponing  Loyalty programs  On-product info sharing  Product authentication SMART MARKETING Direct consumer engagement Advantages › Contextual and personalized messages › Connect to cloud intelligence
  34. 34.  Mass transit ticketing  Individual: car sharing, bike sharing, skiing  Highway & city tolls  Easy-tap access to cloud info & services  City intelligence June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC34. SMART MOBILITY & CITY A new level of services 730+ cities wordlwide enabled on MIFARE mobile ticketing
  35. 35. NFC – your critical link for the Internet of Things Consumer Applications Business Applications www Smart or connected NFC tags NFC readers
  36. 36. THE CONNECTED HOME Redefining the at-home environment  Tap-and-go experiences  Faster product registration  Quick pairing with Bluetooth and WiFi  Extended user interfaces  Personalized settings  Parental controls  Authentication and access rights  One-step payments  Easy access to online maintenance  Efficient data tracking  Interactive and personalized advertising  Intuitive commissioning June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC36. 3 the number of internet-connected devices per person
  37. 37. INDUSTRIAL IoT NFC enables Industry 4.0 June 26, 2015 COMPANY PUBLIC37.
  38. 38. More information: www.nxp.com/nfc
  39. 39. PANEL DISCUSSION Advancing Near Field Communication Technology39 How NFC Technology is Evolving in Mobile and Content Marketing, Health Care, Big Data Analytics and Internet of Things Security Moderator: Paula Hunter, NFC Forum Panelists: ● Dutch Dwight , Medullan ● Nathan Neil, Purple Deck Media ● Kelsey Burhans , Cignify ● Louis Parks, SecureRF
  40. 40. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology40 How NFC Revolutionizes Analog Sensors and Data Joseph Tassone, Identiv
  41. 41. How NFC Revolutionizes Analog Sensors & Data Loggers uTrust Sense Joseph Tassone, Exec VP May 14, 2015 V1.0
  42. 42. Internet Of Things (IoT) 42
  43. 43. Vision 43 Affordable, Mobile-ready, Trusted NFC Based IoT Sensor Solutions for Environmental Data Capture and Cloud-based Analytics and Provisioning
  44. 44. The Approach 44 Mobile App Sensor
  45. 45. uTrust Sensor Products 9 Temperature Tracker Humidity Tracker O2 Tracker Multi-Sensors Tracker 3-Axis Accelerometer … NFC Inlay-based Sensor + Pressure Tracker Thru 2016
  46. 46. Sensor Applications 11  Temperature monitoring to existing RFID markets including: – Supply chain (ex: cold chain monitoring) – Pharmaceuticals – Healthcare (ex: medical supplies) – Government applications  Record Temperature over a period of time or read instantaneous measurements.  Label form factor to be conveniently affixed to goods or people for temperature control applications.
  47. 47. uTrust Sense Temperature Tracker Solution 10  Central repository for data collection (DB)  Comprehensive Analytics  Audits and reports  Tag calibration and activation/setup  Tag activation & setup  Online/Offline  Local analytics  For Android Mobile Application Temperature Tracker Cloud  Temperature measurements at configurable interval (datalogging)  RFID enabled device / battery assisted / disposable  SDK available (for PC/Android OS)
  48. 48. QUESTIONS ???
  49. 49. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology49 NFC Embedded Middleware David Shalaby, TapTrack
  50. 50. NFC Solution Provider info@taptrack.com
  51. 51. About TapTrack - Our Technology ● Tag provisioning ● Tag reading/writing ● Tag authentication NFC Hardware NFC Cloud Platform Data layer Back end Permissions/Access Control ● ● ● NFC Platform as a Service
  52. 52. Smart NFC Readers Smooth, Fast and Frictionless is the central feature of NFC → Smart readers often required to achieve this UID-based systems don’t fully leverage the power of NFC → Completely dependent on strong connectivity → See http://tapintonfc.org/2015/04/nfc-is-more-than-just-a-wireless-barcode/ The entire tag interaction should take no more than a ½ sec: → Reading,writing and updating tag → For secure tags, authentication → Example: Cashless payments, transit fares, access control.
  53. 53. NFC Middleware in the Reader Generic NFC reader implementation using PC: USB Hosting system Command Logic Tag Response Generic Reader Command Logic Tag Response Command Logic Tag Response . . .
  54. 54. Generic NFC reader implementation using PC: USB Hosting system Generic NFC Reader Hosting PC software must handle: ● Tag detection and enumeration ● Basic level NFC commands ● NDEF/Data parsing ● Authentication ● Encryption/decryption For USB readers, the connection is fast enough such that there is minimal latency, but the host software must be very NFC intensive NFC Middleware in the Reader
  55. 55. More modern NFC reader implementation using mobile/tablet Hosting system Command Logic Tag Response 3.5mm audio jack Command Logic Tag Response Command Logic Tag Response . . . latency latency latency latency latency latency This latency can often cause the tag to timeout or create a cumbersome UX NFC Middleware in the Reader
  56. 56. More modern NFC reader implementation using mobile/tablet Hosting system 3.5mm audio jack Tablet app also must handle: ● Tag detection and enumeration ● Basic level NFC commands ● NDEF/Data parsing ● Authentication ● Encryption/decryption App must be very NFC intensive Latency between the app and the reader can slow down scanning Headphone jack readers power down frequently to conserve battery. This is the main cause of latency. NFC Middleware in the Reader
  57. 57. More modern NFC reader implementation using Bluetooth tablet Hosting system Low Energy Bluetooth® Tag Response Tag Response Tag Response Command Logic Command Logic Command Logic . . . callback callback With Bluetooth, the callback functions required to communicate introduce a level of app complexity, a.k.a ‘callback hell’ callback NFC Middleware in the Reader
  58. 58. Smart NFC reader implementation using Bluetooth tablet Hosting system Low Energy Bluetooth® Command Logic Embedded NFC Middleware Tag Response Tag Response Logic Tag Response LogicResponse Command Command Command NFC Middleware in the Reader
  59. 59. Smart NFC reader implementation using Bluetooth tablet Hosting system Low Energy Bluetooth® Command Logic Embedded NFC Middleware Tag Response Tag Response Logic Tag Response LogicResponse Command Command Command The reader’s embedded firmware does all the low level NFC command/responses in < 100ms, relieving the developer of this pain NFC Middleware in the Reader
  60. 60. Smart NFC reader implementation using Bluetooth tablet Hosting system Low Energy Bluetooth® Command Logic Embedded NFC Middleware Tag Response Tag Response Logic Tag Response LogicResponse Command Command Command App has to handle only is this simple operation NFC Middleware in the Reader
  61. 61. Check out TappyBLE reader demo at the TapTrack exhibit table Sample app available on the Play Store TappyBLE free demo app Full SDK and source code available for free download at www.taptrack.com NFC Middleware in the Reader
  62. 62. dave@taptrack.com 1-800-293-6094
  63. 63. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology63 NFC Impact-- Improving Content Delivery, Customer Experiences and Brand Engagement Nathan Neil, Purple Deck Media
  64. 64. Improving Content Delivery, Customer Experiences, and Brand Engagement With NFC Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  65. 65. Previous Methods for Content Delivery • Direct Mailing • Stand Alone Website/Mobile Site • QR Codes • Search Engines Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  66. 66. Why NFC? • Make older delivery systems interactive • Websites and Mobile Sites • Direct Mailing Campaigns • Make the WORLD interactive • Fast, rapid access to information • Eliminate the need to search • Powerful metrics to see effectiveness Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  67. 67. How does NFC make Content Delivery Work? • We rely on our smart phones • Our society has a hunger for instant information • Tied to a dynamic system with reporting, NFC becomes more powerful • A world with all products using NFC makes access to information instant and accurate Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  68. 68. Brand awareness and Customer Experience • All the information a customer needs is a tap away • Customer service streamlined • Keep customer within your brand by making information available Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  69. 69. Washing Machine Breaks • Let’s say your washing machine breaks • The manufacturer used NFC with our system • You tap the NFC tag on the device • Submit Service Request • Buy Parts • Check Warranty Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  70. 70. So Many Vertices of Use • Tourism • Government • Retail • Public Safety • Healthcare • Manufacturing Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  71. 71. Let’s Move Forward, Educate, and Expand • Work together to create a smarter world • Educate others on the benefits of NFC • Collaborate on Strategies of Content to Deliver • Put an NFC tag on everything! Copyright © 2015 Purple Deck Media, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  72. 72. Advancing Near Field Communication Technology72 Creating Offline and Online Applications on Mobile with NFC William Hoang, Couchbase
  73. 73. Couchbase Mobile No Bars, No Problem: Creating Offline and Online Applications on Mobile with NFC 73
  74. 74. About Me William Hoang Mobile Developer Advocate @sweetiewill 74
  75. 75. What is NoSQL?
  76. 76. 76 Current State
  77. 77. 77 Trends
  78. 78. 78 SQL
  79. 79. 79 NoSQL
  80. 80. What is NFC & the business problem?
  81. 81. Today’s Mobile Apps 81 Try again later. No Internet please wait…
  82. 82. How does this affect what people think about your app? 82 Doesn’t work a lot of the time and when it does it’s slow.
  83. 83. How does this affect application uninstall rates? 83 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100%UninstallRate Freezing Crashing Slow Responsiveness Source: uSamp
  84. 84. Data Location is the Problem 84
  85. 85. Local Data + Sync is the Solution 85
  86. 86. What does this mean for your apps? 86 Always work both online & offline Always be blazing fast Built with orders of magnitude less code Users will absolutely love your apps
  87. 87. What is the NFC problem?
  88. 88. 88 Don’t drain all my battery!Decentralised Web
  89. 89. 89 Don’t drain all my battery!Decentralised Web ©2014 Couchbase Inc. P2P 26 becomes
  90. 90. 90 Don’t drain all my battery!Decentralised Web
  91. 91. 91 Don’t drain all my battery!Decentralised Web ©2014 Couchbase Inc. Mesh Networks 30
  92. 92. P2P & Offline-First Solution
  93. 93. P2P & Offline-First 93 Sports San Francisco Nature Admin
  94. 94. What is Couchbase Mobile?
  95. 95. Couchbase Lite Sync Gateway
  96. 96. Couchbase Lite NoSQL mobile database. Runs in-process. Small footprint.
  97. 97. Document-Oriented Database o Key-value collections, with versioning o Schema-less o Code fast. Run fast
  98. 98. { "session": { "Id": "session-1011", "Location": [{"current”:"Brooklyn"},{"previous”:"Montreal"] "SpeakerIds": [ "speaker-sweetiewill" ] "Time": "2015-05-14T19:00:00", "Title": "NoSQL & Offline Mobile Apps", "Track": "Mobile" }, "type": "session" }
  99. 99. o Build indexes in your native language o Results are persisted for fast querying o Just set breakpoints to debug! MapReduce Indexes
  100. 100. o Listen/Observe for changes. o Databases, queries, replications—even documents. o Cuts down done on a ton of cruft code. Change Notifications
  101. 101. Sync o Full multi-master replication. o Continuous or ad-hoc in either direction. o Change notifications & conflict detection.
  102. 102. Cocoapods Maven Central Nuget Github
  103. 103. o Authentication o Authorization o Data orchestration Sync Gateway
  104. 104. 105
  105. 105. Demo
  106. 106. Thank You William Hoang Mobile Developer Advocate @sweetiewill 107
  107. 107. TAP INTO NFC MEETUP Advancing Near Field Communication Technology108 Thanks for joining us tonight. Let’s continue the conversation: @nfcforum Boston NFC Innovators Meetup group When tweeting about tonight’s event use: #TapBOS

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  • Slide 1 – Couchbase Mobile – TAP NFC - http://nfc-forum.org/events/tap-into-nfc-meetup-boston/ - 04/14/2015
    Speaker Profile: http://bit.ly/sweetiewill
    Lighting Talk: 3rd speaker

    Resources:
    Developer Portal: http://bit.ly/MobileCB
    Getting Started: http://bit.ly/mini-hack
    Title: Creating Offline and Online Applications on Mobile with NFC
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    Twitter: http://bit.ly/sweetiewill
    Linkedin: http://bit.ly/myLinkedIN

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    To get a hold of it today, it is as easy as going to Cocoapods and add Couchbase Lite if you an iOS developer [Click]
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