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Why you should attend:


This Master Class will provide a practical lesson in planning the deployment of mobile NFC technology into transit and ticketing networks. You will be shown the system components involved, review the current mobile NFC landscape and examine some of the interesting and relevant examples from around the world. A step-by-step tutorial will ensure you understand the lessons learned so far and outline the necessary steps for planning future deployments. This is an unmissable opportunity to learn from the experts in an intimate and interactive environment.


Learn about existing contactless and NFC deployments around the world
Discover the real lessons learned so far
Understand the practical steps to deploying contactless and mobile NFC in transport
High level contact with an expert speaker
Refresh your knowledge or gain an insight into a new area
Inform your whole team

Masterclass Leaders:

Neil Livingston:
Neil is a Senior Consultant with Consult Hyperion, the IT management consultancy that specialises in secure electronic transactions, where he provides specialist consultancy to an international client base. Before joining Consult Hyperion in 2007, he founded an innovative award-winning mobile technology business and, prior to that, was Technical Director at Aspects Software Ltd. He graduated from Napier University in Edinburgh with a BSc in Electronics and an MSc in Information Technology and is a UK DTI e-commerce business award winner.


Mike Burden:

Mike has over 18 years experience in transport systems engineering ranging from research into electronic payment systems in transport through to the design of smart card automatic fare collection systems and road user charging schemes. He has worked on the Prestige System in London, Octopus in Hong Kong and with Translink in the Netherlands. He is a chartered electrical engineer, member of the IET, Institute of Physics and The BCS and is currently responsible for Consult Hyperion’s business development in the public sector, particularly transportation.


Corporate Overview:
Consult Hyperion is an independent IT consultancy with more than 21 years experience of advising government, financial organisations, telecoms operators and their suppliers how to exploit new technology for payments, identity management, ticketing and other electronic transactions services. We are currently advising organisations around the world on contactless payments, near-field communications (NFC), identity cards, mobile money transfers and migration strategies for MIFARE based ticketing systems.



Masterclass programme

13:30 Registration & Coffee

14:00 Overview of Contactless and Mobile NFC

14:45 Review of the Mobile NFC Landscape

15:30 Afternoon Tea

15:45 Key Lessons from Around the World

16:30 Practical Experiences

17:15 Discussion and Questions

17:30 Close of Masterclass


Crowne Plaza Hotel - St James

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London SW1E 6AF
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Crowne Plaza Hotel - St James



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