The use of #NFC tagging continues to be implemented incrementally at a snails pace. Frustrating as it happens to be I consider it a good thing.
The semiconductor manufacturers continue to innovate and I (we) implementors continue to hold unique deployment and usability advantages yet those pesky #QRCodes continue to hold on for dear life.
I’m holding on for dear life myself expecting to be helpful to those brands that continue to be diluted by counterfeitting. I also have some irons in the fire to place instantaneous calls for medics or security when time is of the essence and a simple (((tap)))® is all that is required.
I worked for a year or so attempting to solve problems in markets that would benefit from an introduction to “Albert” but I just could not break through.
More than 50% of the American public are now using tap to pay and the rate of adoption continues to incrementally move upward (albeit at a snail’s pace) so my premise that this unique line of business will continue to gain traction as more folks inevitiably wonder what else they can tap on.
As that continues to happen the image depicts advantages of using NFC tags that are slowly but surely becoming utilized successfully…