TraceCase – NFC Tracer
  • TraceCase – NFC Tracer
  • TraceCase – NFC Tracer
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TraceCase – NFC Tracer

A great customer experience is key for successful NFC services!

TraceCase is a tracer for recording contactless communication in the field. It’s the only mini tracer worldwide that is also able to record analog data, the cause for many failures in contactless transactions. TraceCase is controlled by an app on your smartphone.

The data can be analyzed later in the lab using the powerful TraceCase Viewer software allowing to identify and thus remove the cause of the failure with little time and effort.

Kathleen Knievel

Kathleen Knievel
Corporate Marketing Manager
Paderborn, Germany

Product Category

Technologies

Application Fields

Sales Region

Key Facts

  • Only mini tracer worldwide able to record analog and digital data
  • Controlled by smartphone app
  • Discreet and inconspicuous
  • No interference with the communication
  • Extremely quick to set up and easy to use
  • Pictures and geo-tagging during tracing
  • Powerful and robust analysis software
  • Identification of faulty signals due to interference, or electrical signal distortion

Applications

  • Mobile payments, ticketing and access control
  • Supports the work of NFC engineers (acquirers, providers of payment schemes and public transport, manufacturers of POS terminals, tags and cards and lock systems)

COMPRION is your partner for your NFC development from the start:

  • Design Validation – Visualizing the NFC field & optimizing NFC device design
  • Functional Testing – APIs to write individual NFC test cases
  • (Pre-)conformance testing – EMVCo and NFC Forum compliant test benches
  • Interoperability & Field Testing – Analyzing errors on the contactless interface
  • Consulting & Test Services – Advice for NFC technology, our tools and certification. Test logs interpretation. Testing for you
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