Contactless World Congress

Car Connectivity Consortium vice president Daniel Knobloch reports on the future of digital car keys

Daniel Knobloch, Vice President, Car Connectivity Consortium

Vehicle manufacturers across the world are now working to bring contactless car keys that work seamlessly on both Apple and Android devices to all makes and models of both privately-owned and commercial vehicles, Car Connectivity Consortium vice president Daniel Knobloch has told NFCW editor Sarah Clark. More

University of Florida to launch contactless mobile student IDs

University of Florida contactless mobile ID on smartphone held by student

Students at the University of Florida in the US will soon be able to gain access to campus buildings, events and library services as well as authorise contactless payments for food, beverages and books using a digital student identity card stored on their Apple or Android NFC smartphone or smartwatch... More

BMW rolls out UWB digital car keys for Android devices

BMW car with inset of a UWB digital car key on an Android device

Android users with a Samsung Galaxy 23+ or Google Pixel 7 Pro smartphone can now lock, unlock and start compatible BMW vehicles using the car manufacturer’s ultra wideband (UWB) Digital Car Key Plus without needing to take their mobile device out of their pocket or bag... More