How can I use the NFC technology on my event?

The Near Field Communication (NFC for short) bracelets are made of silicone and can be customized with the colors and icons of the event's customer. The bracelet is waterproof and can be used during the whole event, requiring no further maintenance. It can be used to identify the attendee in different moments of the event.

How do I synchronize an attendee with the bracelet?

Once you have registered a user for access control, you just have to log in to this user on the tablet or mobile phone that has the ability to read NFC and access the credentials screen. Search for the attendee and select their name. Then, approximate the back of the phone to the bracelet in order to synchronize with the chosen user.

How to register with the NFC bracelet

To perform the accreditation, the user must click on Check-in and approximate their bracelet on the back of the tablet. As soon as the tablet recognizes the data, it will automatically print the accreditation label.

The NFC tags we recommend are NTAG213 (Universal NFC tags).

RFID tags are not compatible with our software

Any device with NFC technology will work.

The NFC Technology was first introduced into smartphones in September 2011 and is now widely integrated into most phones, whether they are iOS or Android based. An NFC-enabled smartphone uses an NFC controller chip connected to an NFC antenna. The controller chip accepts instructions provided by the application processor software and then processes those instructions to complete the NFC tag detection and/or reading NFC tag content.

Devices with fast processors provide faster NFC. InEvent recommends Android tablet devices with NFC capabilities, such as Google Pixels and Samsung Galaxy phones.

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