Organizers describe The Money Event at CTIA’s Super Mobility Week as a place where the mobile and money ecosystems meet. Attendees involved in connected commerce, digital money, mobile marketing or open platforms are offered two and a half days of presentations, panel discussions, company-specific demonstrations and networking. More than 40,000 attendees from 100 countries are expected at the CTIA event. WIMA USA, a global event dedicated to NFC, BLE, QR, Proximity and Big Data solutions, is a content partner of this event. Prices start at $795, NFC Times readers benefit from a 20% discount. Use discount code: NFCTimes20.
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Now in its fourth edition, the event explores the emerging ways in which consumers shop, spend money, travel, connect and play, through such mobile proximity technologies as NFC, including HCE; QR codes, Bluetooth low energy and other location-based services.Mobile proximity
As the payment card technology roadmap continues to evolve at a rapid pace, banks are finding it increasingly challenging to develop and grow their consumer payments businesses. Between Q4 2013 and Q1 2014 there were already major and unexpected announcements that will significantly affect the development of future consumer payments products. With these and other issues at hand, the fifth annual Asian Payment Card Forum will explore the most important issues, which are driving the consumer payments landscape in Asia today.
The conference is billed by organizer GlobalPlatform as the market's only comprehensive event focused on the advancing the trusted execution environment landscape. The one-day industry gathering provides delegates with an insight into the opportunities presented by this technology for the deployment of trusted applications in open environments.
The event is billed by organizers as the place where payments and finance meet mobile and technology–created, planned and executed by practitioners in the mobile financial industry with a strong focus on banks, telecom and technology. Heads of mobile, innovation, market development and payments and executives are expected to attend.
The DMW Summit returns to London in October drawing industry participants looking to define and expand their future mobile wallet strategies. Presentations lineup includes speakers from LaCaixa, Barclays, RBS, Paym Wallet, PayPal, LG Electronics, Vodafone, Deutsche Telekom, Telecom Italia, Hungarian Mobile Wallet Association, TFL, Santander, McDonald's, and others.
The annual event will again provide one of the few opportunities for transport ticketing, tolling and e-payments scheme operators and other industry experts to meet to discuss the current and future business issues in transport ticketing, particularly as it relates to NFC-mobile ticketing after host-card emulation. An exposition of latest solutions for revenue collections in transport will be included at the forum with site visits to on day three.
Billed as the first-ever HCE conference-expo, this event aims to gather major HCE pioneers in this revolutionary enabling technology. Presentations by leading domain experts on the changing Ecosystem, dominant players, HCE architecture, Standards, impact on SIM/TSM business, and future challenges. This event is co-located with the 2nd Digital & Mobile Wallet Summit for shared networking and exhibition areas.
Premier U.S. event for emerging payments. A range of payments technologies will be covered at the event, which organizers expect will attract more than 6,000 attendees.