Wireless access control systems with NFC Smartair /Global/Press-and-News/News/2012/NFC-Smartair-524px.jpg Mobile phones have long since ceased to be merely devices to make telephone calls. Today’s phones can help us figure out where we are, make secure payments, browse the Web, play games and much more. Now, using near field communication (NFC) technology, TESA has come up with an innovative new product called Smartair NFC. In collaboration with ASSA ABLOY MobileKeys, TESA developed an integral platform for NFC services that can be used both in new facilities, and those that already have our electronic locks. NFC Smartair offers users wireless management of access control systems. The platform combines mobile data communication with NFC technology to generate and reprogram access cards, create new system users without physically delivering a card, make changes to remote client access without having to reprogram the door or cards, generate remote visitor access, cancel access for lost phones and reactivate them if they are found. The platform can also incorporate access to 10 different facilities in the same phone. Smartair NFC received a warm welcome at the International Security Safety and Fire Exhibition SICUR, held in Madrid from February 28 to March 2.