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During this live product demo,  hermitter will walk you through terminal and give you a developer's perspective on the code he's worked on that allows you to use NFC for cloud-based AI on your IoT Device.  During this primer we'll go over some of the things you need to get started to start doing this yourself.  NFC is a branch of High-Frequency (HF) RFID, both operate at the 13.56 MHz frequency. NFC protocol is used for secure form of data exchange, with an NFC device is capable of being both an NFC reader and an NFC tag. NXP is a co-inventor of NFC along with Sony and supplies the chip that enables your smart phone to make contactless payments, store, and exchange goods securely.  During this webinar we'll learn how you can use NFC to preserve privacy

 

This board is designed to make NFC accessible for anyone who owns a Raspberry Pi. 

 

They've written two excellent blogs on the community to help you do this:

NFC is a branch of High-Frequency (HF) RFID, both operate at the 13.56 MHz frequency. NFC protocol is used for secure form of data exchange, with an NFC device is capable of being both an NFC reader and an NFC tag. NXP is a co-inventor of NFC along with Sony and supplies the chip that enables your smart phone to make contactless payments, store, and exchange goods securely.  During this webinar we'll learn how you can use NFC to preserve privacy

 

The Presenters

 

Carlos Chacin, Software Developer at MATRIX Labs at MATRIX LabsSamreen Islam, Community Manager at MATRIX Labs

Carlos is a Software developer for MATRIX Labs. Works on maintaining documentation, providing higher level abstractions, and creating video tutorials. Deeply enjoys wiping his entire computer for any pretty looking Linux distro and pushing everyone to try trackball mice- it's the future!

Samreen is the Community Manager at MATRIX Labs. She enjoys robotics and design, and so found MATRIX Labs to be a great fit. You may see her on the MATRIX & recently E14 community, live streams, and some Project14 projects. Before starting work, Samreen studied Mechanical Engineering, CS & design integration at the University of Virginia, and now learns from the MATRIX community and platform every day!

 

 

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