We speak NFC.

Near Field Communication is changing the way we live, both through new services and especially by making existing use cases more accessible and easier. We can help you to learn more about NFC and how to integrate it into your own products!
NFC is a key technology for accessing services and connecting people. We have been working for years with NFC and know how to make it work for you today.Learn More
We create mobile apps that live on the edge of technology, integrate the best user experience and explore new content.Learn More
Our team includes technology trainers that spread our knowledge at developer events, hackathons, workshops and universities.Learn More

Our Apps

We published apps and games to app stores. With more than 3 Million app downloads so far, we know how to successfully build and market apps around the world.

Latest News

  • Mobile Developer After-Work 5: Open Source

Mobile Developer After-Work #5 – Open Source

Expand your perspective for mobile development after your well-deserved summer break. By focusing on Open Source technology, you can extend your apps with new features. At the 5th Mobile Developer After-Work, the Austrian mobile developer elite and interested newcomers meet to exchange ideas and experiences. During the Codeweek of the European Union, we’re happy to announce that the Chamber of Commerce will be the event venue this time! […]

  • Playmboi

Innovating urban mobility with Mopius

The kick-off for “PlayMobi”, a project to change urban mobility behaviour in a playful and smart way, already took place in June 2014. During the upcoming two years, Mopius will be part of a project with four Austrian companies, working together in developing an integrative game concept to promote diverse individual mobility options and to motivate end users to switch to environmental friendly transportation.  […]

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NearSpeak® is now an official trademark

Our product / service NearSpeak® is now an official trademark within the European Union.

NearSpeak makes it possible to let the “Internet of Things” speak. Proximity […]