TransaXiom will be demo’ing its wearable contactless solution at the next MoMoMcr.
The event’s topic is “‘You are what you wear!’ – Is there a future in wearable tech?”, and more information can be found on the Mobile Monday Manchester website directly.
We’ve already mentioned in this blog that we were working towards porting our contactless digital cash solution and ITSO app to a wearable silicon, and this is now complete! We are now able to provide ticketing and payment onto a device smaller than a postage stamp, which contains both a microprocessor and an NFC antenna!
All this will be demo’ed during the “Show and tell” session taking place after the panel session, so make sure you attend!
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