Isreal Consulting offers clean, green, Re-Usable Business Cards built on Near Field Communication (NFC) technology. NFC chips are in nearly all major mobile devices and tablets, and are appearing in more and more places. In fact, most public transit systems use NFC or a similar RF (radio frequency) chip in their fare cards for easy passenger boarding and payment. The technology is time-tested, stable, more secure than Bluetooth or RFID, and inexpensive to implement.
Our Re-Usable Business Cards and promotional items – we call them Clean, Green Cards – are available now! Chek out our promotional website at www.cleangreencards.com or click below to order now.
More on Near Field Communication
Near field communication (NFC) is a set of standards for smartphones and similar devices to establish radio communication with each other by touching them together or bringing them into proximity, usually no more than a few inches. It uses the magnetic fields generated by electronic devices as a power supply to power the NFC chip. When a device gets close enough to the chip, the NFC chip “powers on” and emits the message or data that has been programmed into it. This can be a contact record, a website, the command to launch an app on your tablet, or even the ability to make a hands-free, secure payment. You can expect many NFC-related products to come from Isreal Consulting – we’re excited about where NFC is going and expect it to become even better.
For more information on NFC technology, visit these informative links:
- NFC Forum: What is NFC?
- NFC Phones [and Devices]: The Definitive List
- Transport for London: Contactless