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Near Field Communication is becoming increasingly important for contactless and mobile payment technologies.  Attending this workshop will enable you to understand the applications and processes involved with NFC technologies and how to use them to best effect for new payment strategies.

You will learn the details of NFC technology from an expert with many years' experience in a field of research that has yet to be fully implemented by major pan-European infrastructures.  By attending, you will gain an insight into the future of NFC and how it will benefit your company in the coming years; by understanding the technology, you will have a greater grasp on the implications it may have for progressing your business opportunities in the payment markets.

 

Why you should attend:

 

  • Understand the technical processes involved in NFC deployment
  • Learn the importance of NFC and mobile payments
  • Identify new paymnet strategies and the technologies invovled
  • Gain high level contact with an expert speaker
  • Refresh your knowledge or gain an insight into a new area
  • Inform your whole team

 

About Your Workshop Leader

 

             

 

Josef Langer has worked for more than 10 years in the smart card and terminal hardware area. He studied electrical engineering at the TU Vienna and RWTH Aachen and received his PhD in Computer Science from the Johannes Kepler University in Linz. Josef also holds a Masters degree in Philosophy and History from the University of Vienna.

 

Josef has held the position of professor for microprocessor engineering at the University Of Applied Sciences Of Upper Austria since January 2003.

 

Josef is Head of the NFC Research Lab and Head of the Research Group Embedded Systems at his university. He is the author of more than 30 publications. His current research interests are Near Field Communication and embedded real time systems.

 

 

 

Workshop programme

9:30 Registration & Coffee

10:00 Session 1: Technology, Integration, Tags

11:30 Session 2: Ecosystem, OTA System, Players

12:30 Networking Lunch

14:00 Session 3: Demo Session, NFC-Demos from Operators and User’s Perspective

15:30 Session 4: Scenarios Continued, Security, Outlook

16:30 Conclusion and Outlook

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