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SHOWCASE: SITA and Orange demoing NFC-enabled Airports

SITA has taken the air transport industry a step closer to introducing near field communication (NFC) technology with showing its first proof-of-concept which uses the NFC chip inside smartphones. However, while it's expected that more and more smartphones will be NFC enabled in 2012, SITA's proof-of-concept demonstrates a SIM-based passengers' journey through the airport which can become much smoother as they use their NFC-enabled phone to simply "tap and check-in" or "tap and board" their flight.
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