Trusted Logic, a provider of trusted execution environments for embedded systems, will demonstrate peer-to-peer connection of mobile handsets through its NFC software platform for Google Android operating system. The demonstration will take place at Cartes 2009, Nov. 17 to Nov 19.
NFC peer-to-peer connection is the latest feature added to Trusted Logic’s NFC stack. It complies with the NFC Forum specifications (LLCP), and Trusted Logic has defined high-level interfaces to give NFC application developers access to the feature. Simulation environments are available to develop such applications either on a PC or directly on development boards.
Trusted NFC is a software platform enabling mobile applications to use handset NFC connectivity. It provides simple interfaces for developing applications, either in native or using Java. Trusted Logic has already developed the JSR257 interface for J2ME/MIDP applications. Trusted NFC provides a similar interface for Android applications.
NFC technology enables use cases such as mobile payment, and can use Trusted Logic’s Trusted Foundations software to secure NFC applications.