Exploring underlying values of NFC applications
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CitationOk, K., Coşkun, V., Aydın, M. N. & Özdenizci Köse, B. (2011). Exploring Underlying Values of NFC Applications. Paper presented at the Information And Financial Engineering, ICIFE 2011, 290-294.
Near Field Communication (NFC) is an integration of contactless smart card communication technology into mobile devices, such as mobile phones. NFC technology provides three operating modes and each mode differs from each other in terms of communication and data processing model. Each mode has distinguishable properties, advantages, and disadvantages; so that each one provides different possible business opportunities and different value-added perspectives. In this paper we survey currently available NFC applications as well as application prototypes. Afterwards, we analyzed those applications in order to find out which benefits they provide.