7 years following the arrival of the first Android smartphone supporting the NFC technology, Apple has finally revealed the new version of its iOs, number 11, that will enable users to read, exchange data and pair with accessories using NFC.
7 years following the arrival of the first Android smartphone supporting the Near Field Communication technology, Apple has finally revealed the new version of its iOs, number 11, that will enable users to read, exchange data and pair with accessories using NFC. The wireless technology will be available for iphone 7 and 7 Plus, and possibly iphone 6. Until now Apple devices have not been unable to operate in any other mode than Apple Pay - a contactless system used mostly for transactions.
This information, unveiled on June 5 at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, pushed Blulog to already start implementing changes in the loggers themselves which, starting this summer, will be compatible with Apple devices. The company will also launch a new version of its Blutag app for iOs as soon as iOs 11 is available.
Blulog’s data loggers are already used by more than 100 clients in around 45 countries all over the world. Compliant with the HACCP, EN 12830 and GDP regulations, the Blulog NFC temperature data loggers are used by some of the world leaders in the pharma, medical and food sectors for temperature monitoring during transport and storage of their products. NFC loggers were also successfully integrated into the vype isothermal boxes from our partner Emball’iso used for the transport of drugs, clinical trials and biological material.
The video below will show you how our NFC temperature data loggers work:
On top of NFC technology offering a universal, inexpensive and fast way to log and exchange data, Blulog has undertaken several measures to assure the highest level of security possible. These measures include hardware mechanically unavailable to the user, protection against rewriting, SSL and HTTPS protocols for data encryption, validated and redundant database compliant with the CFR21 part 11 requirements or use of validated and dedicated readers to make the data transmission even more secure.
Below you will find more information about the means undertaken by Blulog to assure security at every level: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sehhvr3f07dm8iv/AAB7gfSX7FioKAnleBFH41Noa/Blulog%20NFC%20security%20and%20validation.pdf?dl=0