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NFC

abbr.
National Football Conference

NFC

abbreviation for
near field communication: a technology that allows wireless communication of electronic devices over short distances
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ID chip support allows for fast start-up and a simple data exchange between tip/tilt platforms and controllers.
The ATM has all the features Agilis user have come to take for granted, easy off-line preparation of parts, a unique ID chip that prevents mix-ups, and an intuitive operator panel for quick replenishment.
Summary: In a typical scenario, an entity would be able to use personal information extracted from an Emirates ID chip, automatically use that information as input for making a credit report enquiry, retrieve a set of data fields chosen by the entity and input it directly into an internal decision-making systems in order to shoot back an immediate response.
The China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda announced Hua Jiao, a 2-year-old female giant panda, was released into the Lipingzi Nature Reserve after undergoing a physical examination, being implanted with an ID chip and being fitted with a GPS collar.
Some of us will go out and retrieve a cat that has been knocked down at the side of the road, take it to a vet's, who will kindly check for an ID chip, then we will give a description of the cat on the site to try to locate the owner.
GKN also introduced its new Swift ID Chip technology at MINExpo.
New York, June 3 ( ANI ): The idea of a 'human barcode,' an electronic ID chip assigned to every person at birth, has raised debate among experts.
When you return your bike to another station, an ID chip in the bike tells the kiosk that the bike is back and ready for a new rider to check out.
Backyard poultry raisers wondered where in a baby chick is the best place to implant an ID chip.
Features include automatic sample tracing via an ID chip in the sample cup and automatic selection of the right calibration.
Socks, had an ID chip and a name tag on its collar, and RSPCA inspector Catherine Garton contacted his owners.