PayWear is Smart jewellery, high-tech & couture.
PayWear technology powers contactless payment in any object, including gold, silver and other metals – jewellery, watches, metal credit card bodies. For use with contactless POS terminals. Jewellery designers can easily incorporate PayWear technology into wristwear and other technology. PayWear technology creates a wearable payment object. It won’t be left behind at a store or restaurant. No one can see your account number or cardholder name. It’s between you and your bank and it is instant, easy payment – no smartphone, app, smartcard, signature or PIN. And no batteries or charging.
Kerv wearers can make instant contactless payments of £30 or lower with a single gesture – no card, PIN, or paired smartphone required. Accepted anywhere in the world that takes contactless payments, Kerv is always on hand, removing the need to carry a wallet, purse, cash or cards – perfect for those with active lifestyles. The Kerv ring never needs charging and doesn't need to be paired with a smartphone to work, unlike some power-hungry smartwatches sporting contactless payment functionality.
ID&C entered the world back in 1995 with a vision to become the best wristband and accreditation supplier ever. In 1999 we introduced the UK's first fabric wristband at the Glastonbury; a product which is now used at festivals and events around the world.
Right now, we make wristbands, passes, lanyards and accreditation, but our product range is always growing. And, our customers are changing too.
We have always made the latest wristband technology available to our customers. It isn't for everyone, but RFID, NFC, barcode and emerging technologies like iBeacons are just some of the features we have added to our products to help event organisers enhance the experience for their audience.
The event has been very, very good, with strong representation across multiple industries. The highlight for me has been meeting suppliers who have differing solutions and expertise. I have done plenty of networking. It’s overall worth visiting.
Malcolm Woolston, Payment Operations Manager, Transport for London