What kinds of NFC TAG do you have ?
NFC tags are programmed with just about any sort of information,such as a web address or contact details, to link to apps i the google play store. you can read them with a smartphone or another NFC-capable device.It’s a quick and efficient way to quickly push information to your phone and these little tags can replace bar and QR codes, and could even be used instead of Bluetooth in some cases.
NFC technology is pretty common these days and features in most high-end smartphones.such as Samsung Galaxy S6, S5, S4, Note 4, HTC One X, Droid DNA, Sony Xperia, Nexus.
As well as phone to phone communication, small little NFC tags can also be used to store and transfer information. You will probably have noticed small NFC tags next to advertisements near bus stops, stickers in shops, or may have even come across the clever idea of using NFC enabled business cards.
Soon, your entire world could become a digitally immersive experience. Imagine it -- a physical version of the Web, one in which everything (and maybe everyone) has a digital signature. You'll have instant access to information about products, services, landmarks and even people, all thanks to near field communication (NFC) technologyand the smart tags that work with NFC.
NFC isn't a fundamentally groundbreaking technology. Like Bluetooth and WiFi, it's a wireless radio communications standard. In the wireless world, NFC's closest relative is actually RFID (radio frequency identification). Retailers and parcel shipping companies in particular love RFID as a way to keep tabs on inventory
NFC is a lot like RFID, only it's a more up-close-and-personal type of wireless. Whereas RFID can be used from a distance, NFC readers work at a maximum range of about 4 inches (10 centimeters). NFC readers aren't suitable for RFID-style inventory tracking; their range is too short. So NFC tags will appear in a flood of products and promotional items where bits of digitized information might come in handy.
Unlike RFID versions, NFC readers aren't always specialized devices. As a matter of fact, NFC chips will be incorporated right into your smartphone's circuitry. About 20 percent of phones worldwide might have NFC capabilities by 2014 . With the widespread reach of NFC phones, NFC tags could one day become as commonplace as bar codes.
For example, a smart tag could be embedded into a political flyer. Tap the tag, and you're directed to a Web site touting a candidate's credentials. At the same time, you also instantly receive a snappy biography in the form of a text file and image.
Or, at your favorite restaurants, you can touch your phone to an NFC tagged menu and voila -- you have the entire menu on your phone, along with nutritional information and mouth-watering descriptions of the ingredients in your favorite dishes.
When it comes to the potential uses of NFC tags, there are no limits. You can contact us(firstname.lastname@example.org) for samples .