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Project PlaySIM: Experimenting with Java Card™ 3 System Prog

Google Tech Talk June 5, 2009 ABSTRACT Presented by Eric Arseneau, Sun Microsystems, and Fritjof Engelhardtsen, Telenor. The Java Card? system is the smallest Java? platform available, but what can you do with it? This session covers some interesting examples involving the playSIM development kit. playSim is an open-source development kit for prototyping new and creative Java Card 3 technology-based applications without the hardware limitations of today's smart cards. It combines the flexibility of the open Sun SPOT platform with the hard security requirements of SIM-card-based applications. Sun SPOT is used as an execution engine as well as a modular hardware platform to enable connection of different types of sensors and I/O interfaces. See how the presenters combine the flexibility of open-source technologies such as Sun SPOTs and Squawk Virtual Machine with the commercial license aspects of the Java Card 3 platform. Come see how to • Experiment with Java Card 3 in the embedded domain through the I/O capabilities of the Sun SPOT platform • Get started with Java Card 3 Servlets, even without terminal support • Simulate SIM and smart cards with embedded radios • Experiment with Near Field Communication (NFC), using regular radios • Create new machine-to-machine interactions • Add one or two boards to a Sun SPOT and have a ready playSIM kit • Simulate smart cards with gigabytes of memory, using ordinary MiniSD cards playSIM is an open-source hardware/software project; all source and details are at https://playsim.dev.java.net/.
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