Here we’ve outlined the differences between RFID and NFC because we often get asked why they’re different. We’ve included examples of real world uses of each of them and how they differ.
RFID can be longer range, more flexible in uses, and can be used to track inventory, baggage in airports, access buildings (offices, apartments), and collect toll amounts for interstate / province to province travel.
NFC can be programmed to open Google Maps upon entering your car, making payments close contact with your iPhone, and turn on Netflix upon tapping your phone close to a pre-programmed NFC tag.
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