International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network


News forms of interaction should be considered if we want to model intelligent environments. NFC stands for Near Field Communication. NFC is a relatively new wireless technology and is gaining popularity. Its short range is the reason for its success. Operating over only short distance gives a large degree of security. The concept of NFC near field communication is that the technology is able to provide a very easy method of providing connectivity between devices that are a few centimeters apart, and without the need for all the security and set-up procedures that are needed for many other communication technologies. Thus applications using NFC will be really intuitive to use. Mobile devices have started integrating NFC capabilities into them. Nokia 6131 was the first handset to be introduced which included NFC capability. Now with increasing popularity of NFC, Android included its support for NFC with its 2.3.3 version. The major focus of this paper is developing android application(HAKI) based on NFC such as Smartposters, Attendance monitoring and helping visually impaired which targets wide range of audiences



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