Oyster Card May Soon Utilize Near Field Communications

Oyster Card May Soon Utilize Near Field Communications
Nicko Margolies
  • 5 september 2008

Tired of having your wallet crammed with dozens of old cards?  Thanks to the success of a recent study of consumer use, we all may soon be seeing more implementation of NFC (Near Field Communication) in our daily lives.  NFCs enable a wireless transfer of information to a nearby enabled hub from personal devices like cell phones.  The range is around 4 inches and is ideal for mobile ticketing.

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