Hello! This summer Toulouse-Blagnac airport that I use as a common place to departure abroad (I live in France) will conduct some NFC technology testing and I don’t like it. Can I do something to avoid it during my time in the airport?
“Put a GPS in the car is useful because we are directed to the place where to look for it, if it is stolen, even if the thief tries to damage the tracking device, the last position of the car is frozen in the data “an AATS officer. “However, the new gps jammer devices are a big threat: the earlier scrambling devices cost Rs 25,000 per piece, but now even a small automatic liftier can buy a scrambler from Rs 5000 to Rs 1200 and use it to help activities criminal. ”
NFC technology of BlackBerry smartphones will be used from the first arrival of the experiment participators. Their smartphones will become some sort of wireless keys to many things and locations like premium departures area, car park, private lounge area, and so on. There will be also many additional information available through the NFC connection: real-time flight information, vehicle location in the car park, etc.
As long as this technology is based on hardware solutions, this system will identify you and know your location and recent activity even if your BlackBerry is turned off. So if you don’t want the system to track you then the only thing you can do is to block the NFC signal in Toulouse-Blagnac airport and prevent NFC frequency from spotting your BlackBerry in the building.
NEW DELHI: If you thought your car was safe because you installed a “foolproof” GPS security system, you need to rethink it. Car thieves use devices that can block a vehicle’s GPS signal and pull it out of the network. Detectives from the Anti-Theft Squad (AATS) are concerned that these battery-powered portable devices may also be used in kidnappings and other crimes involving GPS booths.