Near field communication (NFC) enables colleges and universities to install all the capabilities of campus one-cards onto the smart phones already carried by most students. These implementations offer added convenience for students while also improving operational leverage and financial performance for the institution.
In this web seminar, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies will share the technology and trends associated with near field communication (NFC) and reveal how Villanova University and the University of San Francisco have successfully rolled-out near field communication-enabled campus card credentials.
Topics to be covered include:
• Background on NFC technology, its use in leading universities, and results of pilot testing
• Trends and research behind the rapid migration to mobile technologies
• Strategies for using mobile technologies to generate new revenue streams
• Integrating mobile access control with mobile technologies
Jeremy Earles, Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies product marketing manager for readers and credentials
Kathy Gallagher, Director of Card Services, Villanova University