About the company
The present website is the property of CopSonic Technologies. SAS with a capital of 210,000.00 Euros
1471 Route de Saint Nauphary - 82000 MONTAUBAN - France
Company registered in Montauban (France) under Siret number 848 859 682 00020 and under the Intra-Community VAT number FR 34 848 859 682
Phone : +33(0)563 678 120
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Publication manager: Mr Emmanuel RUIZ
Offline data transmission over ultrasounds
The CopSonic technology allows sharing data in offline mode between 2 smart devices or more, just by using their existing speakers and microphones. SonicShare is using ultrasounds to transmit the data, which remains safely hidden inside the acoustic waves. The SonicShare demo environment allows testing the unique capacities of this new nearfield communication channel.
In one of the devices enter the message to be transmitted and press the send button
On the 2nd device, press the receive button
The transmitted message appears on the 2nd device.
TRY IT YOURSELF
You can test the SonicShare solution in 2 ways: either you use a Web App and a smartphone, or you simply use 2 smartphones. The Android or iOS App can be downloaded by scanning the QR code below or by following the respective links. Once installed, you will be able to proceed to the demo section to open the Web App; or you can directly use the 2 smartphones.
On iOS devices, if you are running a CopSonic demo for the first time, you will have to add us as a trusted developer. Click here to see how to do this.
Offline data transmission over ultrasounds matches the growing needs for connectivity for IoT. Both at home or in professional & constraint environments, ultrasounds will increase the security and avoid the use of electromagnetic signals.
Ultrasounds are a perfect alternative or complement to QR Codes to drive mobile payments. They require less efforts on the end user side, they will not compromise security and they will even work when there are no screens available on the POS.See more
Second Screen Experience
Brands, communication agencies and publishers can use ultrasounds to offer second screen experience on TV or radio commercials. Ultrasounds can be used as invisible QR codes to empower interactive media that enable identifying and engaging customers on their smartphone.See more
Within the digital processes of Identity Management and Access Control, ultrasounds are a user-friendly alternative to securely send data from a smartphone to the controller. To increase the security, a verified ID can be combined with OTP and timestamps.See more