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The Near Field Communication Forum was formed to advance the use of Near Field Communication technology by developing specifications, ensuring interoperability among devices and services, and educating the market about NFC technology. Formed in 2004, the Forum now has 170+ members. Manufacturers, applications developers, financial services institutions, and more all work together to promote the use of NFC technology in consumer electronics, mobile devices, and PCs.

The goals of the NFC Forum are to:

- Develop standards-based Near Field Communication specifications that define a modular architecture and interoperability parameters for NFC devices and protocols
- Encourage the development of products using NFC Forum specifications
- Work to ensure that products claiming NFC capabilities comply with NFC Forum specifications
- Educate consumers and enterprises globally about NFC
Latest From @nfcforum
9 hours ago
Sure, NFC is huge in mobile payments, but what about manufacturing, healthcare & academics? http://t.co/NCVcYTpRlV
13 hours ago
We are looking to add #healthcare products & apps with NFC to our Product Showcase: http://t.co/sx5HCOp6pF #wearables
15 hours ago
Contactless is a no brainer-- agree or disagree? http://t.co/nevqkRtpkS
16 hours ago
6 ways to enhance the customer journey: for retailers & brands http://t.co/bZlgwyCnI4 #CX #RetailTech http://t.co/2BjBOIpksE
18 hours ago
Collaborate. Network. Learn. Share. Attend our next all-member meeting in beautiful Vancouver. http://t.co/0ge3F348Ow
20 hours ago
Embedding NFC in #wearables adds a huge convenience factor for consumers. http://t.co/xoVqSjdfDk #CX
Collaborate. Network. Learn. Share. Attend our next all-member meeting in beautiful Vancouver. http://t.co/0ge3F348Ow
2 days ago
Familiarize yourself with the work of the NFC Forum: Specifications, Compliance & Branding. http://t.co/xp2gNYQpV0
2 days ago
See this mark? It means you're going to have an NFC experience. Add it to your NFC products: http://t.co/dl3oBx20Ms http://t.co/DuED12jiK8
2 days ago
The scoop on the NFC Forum Certification program: http://t.co/syNHxuF65I
2 days ago
NFC Developer tips: http://t.co/fBxamyWDKj #appdev
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Developer Tip: NFC Reader Chips vs. NFC Controller Chips http://t.co/hQb3Dbhbj6
2 days ago
Android #HCE for developers. Great tips: http://t.co/hhBY0u7V6T
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NFC Forum Plugfests: What's new, what's next? http://t.co/mT0aqVyFpF
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NFC + #marketing on our product showcase. Do you have a product or app you'd like to add? http://t.co/pSqWhVL4oz #CX
2 days ago
All the cool kids are doing it > adding NFC to their products & apps. Developer support here: http://t.co/j8qKWMAcRb #appdev
3 days ago
Learn proven strategies to boost sales of your app > MobileDevHacker | Aug. 18 + 19 http://t.co/jyt8Mjssj3 #Boston #appdev
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Your NFC app development knowledge base: http://t.co/RRJr0CfDuY #appdev #SDK

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