Companies and consumers alike are excited about the opportunities offered by the IoT and the Smart Home. Concerns on user-friendliness and security are however holding potential customers back: how can I install it? , what if my neighbor hacks into my network? NFC technology addresses these cost, ease of use and security concerns by offering short distance out-of-band pairing capabilities that reduce the complex commissioning system to a simple 'tap'. And with NXP's connected NFC tag technology, IoT nodes of all sizes do not even need to be powered.

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Companies and consumers alike are excited about the opportunities offered by the IoT and the Smart Home. Concerns on user-friendliness and security are however holding potential customers back: how can I install it? , what if my neighbor hacks into my network? NFC technology addresses these cost, ease of use and security concerns by offering short distance out-of-band pairing capabilities that reduce the complex commissioning system to a simple 'tap'. And with NXP's connected NFC tag technology, IoT nodes of all sizes do not even need to be powered.

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What you will Learn

The NFC solution for IoT and Smart Home

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Need for Smart Home Solutions
    • 1| Need for Smart Home Solutions
  • Part 2| Market Need vs. Value Proposition
    • 2| Market Need vs. Value Proposition
  • Part 3| Roadblocks for Smart Home Adoption
    • 3| Roadblocks for Smart Home Adoption
  • Part 4| The NFC Solution
    • 4| The NFC Solution
  • Part 5| Step-By-Step NFC Commissioning
    • 5| Step-By-Step NFC Commissioning
  • Part 6| One-touch NFC Commissioning
    • 6| One-touch NFC Commissioning
  • Part 7| The NXP Value Proposition for IoT Applications
    • 7| The NXP Value Proposition for IoT Applications

As consumers embrace the ease-of-use and convenience of contactless payment, global retailers continue to invest in electronic mPOS solutions, with the market projected to grow to more than 80 M installed units by 2018 (IHS Research). mPOS equipment manufacturers need technology designed to address this growth, while meeting security and battery life requirements of the latest mobile payment technologies. The Tower POS development tool (TWR-POS-K81) showcases the capabilities of the Kinetis K81 microcontroller along with the expandable tower system, including the latest NFC controller PN5180 as well as a contact reader interface (TDA8035). A demo application is showing the EMVL1 functionality for NFC and contact transactions. Development tools will be available for all participants of this sessions.

About This Course

As consumers embrace the ease-of-use and convenience of contactless payment, global retailers continue to invest in electronic mPOS solutions, with the market projected to grow to more than 80 M installed units by 2018 (IHS Research). mPOS equipment manufacturers need technology designed to address this growth, while meeting security and battery life requirements of the latest mobile payment technologies. The Tower POS development tool (TWR-POS-K81) showcases the capabilities of the Kinetis K81 microcontroller along with the expandable tower system, including the latest NFC controller PN5180 as well as a contact reader interface (TDA8035). A demo application is showing the EMVL1 functionality for NFC and contact transactions. Development tools will be available for all participants of this sessions.

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What you will Learn

EMVL1 functionality for NFC and contact transactions

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Introduction
  • Part 2| Overview of POS Market
    • 2.1| Defining POS
    • 2.2| Defining Parts of the POS System
    • 2.3| Key Use Cases & Applications
  • Part 3| Certification Challenges of the Point of Sale
    • 3.1| The PCI Security Standards Council
    • 3.2| The EMVCo Certification
    • 3.3| Overall Roadmap for Certification
  • Part 4| Secure Card Reader Architecture
    • 4.1| Point of Sale Portfolio
    • 4.2| Entry Family: PinPad or mPOS Block Diagram
    • 4.3| Terminal: Traditional or Smart Mobile POS Block Diagram
    • 4.4| High-End Tablets & Payment Terminals Block Diagram
    • 4.5| NXPs Complete CL/NFC Portfolio for POS & mPOS
    • 4.6| NXPs Complete CT Reader Portfolio for POS & mPOS
  • Part 5| SLN-POS-RDR: Point of Sale (POS) Reader Solution
    • 5.1| Market Disrupter Form Factors
    • 5.2| Traditional POS Vendors - Following Trends & Common Needs
    • 5.3| PIN Pad POS Solution
    • 5.4| K81 Highlights
    • 5.5| Traditional POS Reader Solution
    • 5.6| TWR-POS-PN5180 Board - Key Features
    • 5.7| More on the POS Reader Solution - TDA8035 & Software Block Diagram
  • Part 6| Payment Solution Roadmap
    • 6.1| Enhancing POS & mPOS
    • 6.2| Future Linux POS Reader Solution