Klagenfurt, Austria uses NFC technology to bring content to citizens for free. Citizens of Klagenfurt visit Klagenfurt’s virtual library through NFC tags
In Klagenfurt, Austria, citizens can use Near Field Communication (NFC) to browse free books and local art in the virtual library. This benefits from the use of special near field communication technology solutions. This solution established a virtual library for the city and also became a publicity platform for local artists.
Citizens can use their mobile phones to scan NFC and QR code tags all over the city to read free content. The project uses anti-metal NFC tags to ensure the best use of system functions.
“NFC anti-metal tags allow us to flexibly and freely put projects into public places.” Georg Holzer Ingeborg project founder said, “Traditional NFC tags are usually not available on metal surfaces.”