Wavelynx Wallet

What is NFC?

Near Field Communication, abbreviated as NFC, is the technology facilitating communication between two closely positioned devices. NFC mobile credentials are characterized by dynamic encryption, rendering them one of the most secure methods for conducting payments, gaining access to buildings, and more. In technical terms, NFC employs a designated radio wave frequency for establishing communication between devices. Encrypted data is exchanged between these devices, and the added layer of security is ensured through dynamic encryption, which continually alters the cryptographic system for each data transfer.

Why NFC Wallet?

With NFC technology, security is enhanced, eliminating the vulnerabilities associated with traditional systems. Access becomes streamlined, as employees and residents can gain entry with a simple tap, reducing the risk of lost or stolen credentials. NFC transactions are nearly instantaneous, saving time and enhancing efficiency.

This technology seamlessly integrates with existing access control systems, offering versatility and cost-effectiveness for both upgrades and new installations. NFC wallets offer an upgraded user experience, with enhanced security and convenience, making them an excellent choice for modern access control needs.

User Data is Private
and Secure

The solution takes full advantage of the privacy and security built directly into the device itself, so user data is always protected.

True Interoperability
with Wavelynx

Wavelynx provides users with the ability to work with other hardware and software manufacturers, providing global platform adoption.

Use Cases

The NFC Wallet credential can be used with a variety of services, including access to offices, secure areas, parking garages, and more.

Easy to Manage
and Distribute

When you're setup with the NFC Wallet solution, you can remotely streamline distribution from the comfort of your desk. Easier than ever before.

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