Crisp Telecom offers expert consultancy and product development
solutions for today's business challenges; with particular strength
in mobile, smartcard, RFID, NFC and all aspects of information and
Crisp Telecom maintains its high standards of expertise by close and
active association with university and industry lead research and
It can draw upon a wealth of international experience, skills and contacts
gained within mobile networks, payment systems and transport
operators, as well as equipment manufacturers and research
& development organisations. The experience was gathered over a time
spanning from the dawn of personal computers and mobile telephony to
the modern day with its sophisticated NFC Android smart phones,
contactless payments and the growing importance of information and
cyber security protection.
By providing expert knowledge and “real-world” experience on a wide range of
product, technology and business issues, Crisp Telecom offers vital support to
grow, optimise or protect your business. Learn more from a recorded
interview about Crisp, but don't just take our word for it, check out the
Professor Keith Mayes PhD BSc CEng FIET A.Inst.ISP
SUMMARY ACTIVITIES BELOW.......
DEVELOPMENT: Successful TagBuddy
is an example of Crisp's cutting edge, design implementation and
testing of secure mobile solutions. It is Crisp's secure service discovery system that makes use of RFIDs,
NFC phones, apps and back-office server systems. Trials and
demonstration are being carried out with Transport for London and a
famous picture gallery (hear one user's
account). The project which
arose from Crisp's tagging R&D activities was supported by the
UK Technology Strategy Board.
Crisp Transport Ticketing Security Reviews
Crisp has successfully carried out system and new product security
reviews for big name companies involved in transport ticketing
worldwide. These fundamental reviews have included the UK, the
Netherlands, Denmark and New Zealand.
Crisp Telecom Sponsored ESORICS
Crisp is very closely linked to cutting edge security research and
was also proud to be a sponsor of the 18th European Symposium in
Computer Security (ESORICS) held 9-13th September 2013 at
Royal Holloway, University of London.
Machine-2-Machine test products and services
This includes the in-house developned M2M mobile network Workout station products
and radio network measurement trials services.
tagging/sensor systems for environmental and business use
This research laid the foundation of the TagBuddy and M2M products, but has a
wider scope which also includes tagging and sensor networks.
Mayes & Markantonakis,
"Smart Cards, Tokens, Security and Applications"