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In addition to these eye-catching announcements, we were very excited to launch a couple of our own services at the MWC this year. Our NFC for Transport service was launched in Madrid and it will make life easier for its citizens in many ways. As we mentioned on the blog, this service uses our own Allynis Trusted Service Manager (TSM) and UpTeq Multitenant SIM technology to ensure speed and convenience for metro and bus users, and a range of compelling commercial benefits for service providers. You never know, it might not be long until this happens in the Barcelona!
Want to know more about #NFC for Transport? Come see our demo at stand 5A80! https://t.co/oDZ3utKK61#MWC15#Mobile
— Gemalto (@Gemalto) March 5, 2015
We also showcased our tokenization solution, which is now available for mobile payment service deployment. The solution is great news for issuing banks that can continue to use their existing communication channels and payment credentials, and customers who benefit from real time enrollment and improved security.
Secure #mobile#payments and #tokenization: the five key benefits for issuing banks: http://t.co/kQlLKs1qi1#MWC15https://t.co/Pw6rPi7Quo — Gemalto (@Gemalto) March 5, 2015
And finally, the show gave us a great opportunity to show some of the other demos that we’ve been working on. As many of you know, part of the prize of winning our IoT maker competition was the promise that we would develop the winning concept into a working prototype and showcase it at MWC. After a busy few weeks of building a prototype, we unveiled the 3G Bushfire Alert System on our stand, as you can see below.
Want to see the winning idea from our #IoTMaker challenge? Come over to our stand (5A80) to see it in action! https://t.co/RtvfrxTg3p#MWC15
— Gemalto (@Gemalto) March 4, 2015
We also provided a demonstration on how Mobile Connect can make the world a more secure and friendly place, serving as the user’s new and safe online identity whilst ensuring that all personal information won’t be shared without your permission.
Here’s how @GSMA’s Mobile Connect can make the world a more secure place for end users https://t.co/lHDUXF3QPnhttp://t.co/4dYHwQPkzv#MWC15
— Gemalto (@Gemalto) March 3, 2015
So, what did you think of this year’s Mobile World Congress? Did you get a chance to come visits us and try out the demos? Either way, leave us comment below or tweet to us @Gemalto to let us know what you thought! And see you next year!