Apr 212011
 

I was invited to be a speaker at O’Reilly Where 2.0 Conference. It’s a conference mostly about mapping technologies, location-based services, and interesting new location-aware mobile apps.

I spoke about RFID and NFC, in the context of the release of the new NFC-capable Android phone, the Google Nexus S. Having an RFID reader in a phone could cause a big change in how we interact with the world around us. I talked about what RFID and NFC technologies are, how they work, some examples of them in the world and on Android, and how to add NFC capabilities to your Android app. And if the rumors of the new iPhone 5 are true, we’ll soon be awash in NFC applications.

My slides with notes: nfc_rfid_on_android_todekurt_where20.pdf (4.5MB PDF)

And here it is in slideshare:

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