WIMA 2012 opens its doors!

Date: Thu, 04/12/2012 - 12:17

WIMA 2012 opens its doors!

Following on from a successful first event in San Francisco, WIMA is back in the Principality of Monaco for its annual NFC Applications, Products and Services Congress

WIMA NFC MONACO 2012 opens for the 6th consecutive year with a 40% increase in exhibition floor space and over 60 exhibiting companies showcasing their latest NFC innovative and interactive applications, products and services. This year has also seen a significant rise in the number of attendees, with over 700 registered industry professionals, confirming that WIMA is firmly established as the premier meeting place and leading global event exclusively dedicated to the NFC ecosystem.
NFC is not only about Payment & Ticketing! Social Media, Gaming, Healthcare, Retail, Access Control, Advertising, Loyalty, Automotive... and many more simple intuitive use cases will be highlighted around new applications and use cases that are coming to market.
An outstanding international conference programme including Business, Technical parallel sessions and a dedicated Research Track presented by industry leaders, SMEs start-ups, standards bodies and research institutions.
The presentations and interactive panels will offer you a deep insight into the current fast moving evolutions in the market place enforcing why NFC is really happening “now”.
As part of WIMA, each attendee has the chance to sign up for a FREE loan of an NFC mobile phone with SIM data card to use during the event. WIMA has a number of exciting NFC use cases for you to try out, so just tap away and enjoy the WIMA NFC Experience!

Other highlights include:
• The Plenary Keynotes (including a joint presentation from Nokia & Orange)
• Start-Up's & Investors Session
• Focus on End Users
• NFC Forum & WIMA Tap Into Innovation: Global 2012 Competition Awards Ceremony
   on 12 April at 19:30


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