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Near Field Communication

NFC is the technology that bridge the physical and the virtual world.

By 2018, 2 in 3 mobile phones will be NFC-enabled and the majority of things in our environment will have NFC tags on them.

NFC became the standard technology for secure mobile payment (Apple Pay, Google Pay etc.) and will remain so for the next 15 years.

NFC SMARTPHONES EVOLUTION

Which tag for which sector ?

Smart products or packaging adapted for following industries:

NeckTag™

Visible tag protecting your product from refill.

CapTag™:

Invisible tag directly integrated on the top of the lid, protecting your product from refill.

LabelTag™

Discreet tag placed behing the label of your product or packaging.

Our varied range can be adapted to your packaging and meets your needs in terms of both authentication and marketing. These tags can be placed on primary, secondary, tertiary packaging.

LuxTag™

Robust and discreet tag to be inserted in the lining of your products

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CapTag™ et NeckTag™

Our varied range can be adapted to your packaging and meets your needs in terms of both authentication and marketing.. These tags can be placed on primary, secondary, tertiary packaging

LabelTag™

Discreet protection behind the label. Easy to integrate into printing and labeling process and ongoing marketing services. Radius 25 mm

FashionTag™

Washable tag offering anti-counterfeiting, gray market detection and marketing services.

LabelTag™

Discreet tag offering anti-counterfeiting, gray market detection and marketing services. To be integraged on your packaging or into your product

Are you in different sector ?

Footwear, Sportwear, Art and Design, or any other sector ?

Please get in touch, we will certainly have a solution adapted to your needs

What is Near Field Communication (NFC) ?

NFC enables information to be exchanged between two NFC chips – one contained in the NFC smartphone and the other in the item

NFC requires a transmitter (in this case the item) and a receiver (in this case the smartphone)

The transmitter generates a short-range radio frequency of about 4 cm or 1.5 inches

The receiver intercepts this radio frequency and the data contained in it