NFC and 2D QRCs and Their Applications

The smartphone is capable of NFC and optical scanning enabling many applications as shown in the figure. However, they all are vulnerable to security and privacy breeches. Matrics2 solves these problems by the simple downloading of a unique 256-bit Application RNID called the ARNID, which serves as the public face for the reader, which protects user privacy by not revealing any personal information of the user. Further, the phone/App can be secured by the Matrics2 one-time pad symmetric key which enables the phone to become a Secure Access Portal (SAP). All security and privacy breeches are then eliminated.

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The Future of Smartphones with NFC and Optical Scanning Applications

By 2020 each person will own an average of 7 connected, software enabled devices