News stories featuring TagAge and NFC:
November 14th, 2012
NFC technology is being tested on 211 covered tram stops in Helsinki, Finland. The pilot involves placing two tags at each tram stop. The first allows passengers to easily purchase tram tickets from their mobile…
May 21st, 2012
NFC tag supplier TagAge has launched a new version of its NFC Developer Kit, designed to provide NFC application developers with a way to easily test a range of different types of tag. The new kit…
December 6th, 2011
NFC tag vendor Tagage has launched a mobile app that allows users to order custom NFC tags and stickers directly from their phones. Tagage Mobile, from Hansaprint and UPM RFID, does not require knowledge of NFC coding and allows easy upload of images and text. Content is then encoded, printed and shipped globally in small or large quantities. The free app is available now for Symbian and an Android version is expected to be available in January 2012.
April 27th, 2010
Passengers on Frankfurt’s U-Bahn commuter services will be able to access a range of travel information services via smart posters located in each carriage.
March 4th, 2010
NFC and RFID tag supplier UPM Raflatac and printing group Hansaprint have relaunched TagAge, an online portal that enables customers to create and purchase customized NFC-enabled print products such as smart posters, tickets, labels and…
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