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Reportlinker Adds Contactless Smart Cards Report

September 8, 2009

NEW YORK, Sept. 8 /PRNewswire/ — Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue.

Contactless Smart Cards

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This report analyzes the worldwide markets for Contactless Smart Cards in Millions of US$. The report provides separate comprehensive analytics for the North America, Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific, and Latin America. Annual forecasts are provided for each region for the period of 2006 through 2015. The report profiles 58 companies including many key and niche players worldwide such as ActivIdentity Corporation, Advanced Card Systems Ltd., American Microdevice Manufacturing, Inc., ASK, Austria Card GmbH, CardLogix Corporation, CPI Card Group, Eastcompeace Smart Card Co., Ltd., FNMT-RCM, Fujitsu Microelectronics Limited, Gemalto N.V., General Information Systems Ltd., Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, HID Global Corporation, Infineon Technologies AG,. Inside Contactless, International Business Machines Corporation, IRIS Corporation Berhad, Micromodule Pte Ltd., NBS Technologies, NedCard B.V., NOVACARD INFORMATIONSSYSTEME GmbH, NXP Semiconductors, Oberthur Card Systems SA, On Track Innovations Ltd., Sagem Orga GmbH, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Silicon Storage Technology, Inc., Sitronics JSC, Sony Corporation, STMicroelectronics, Incard SpA, Toppan Printing Co., Ltd., Watchdata System Co. Ltd., and Zetes Industries. Market data and analytics are derived from primary and secondary research. Company profiles are mostly extracted from URL research and reported select online sources.

I. INTRODUCTION, METHODOLOGY & PRODUCT DEFINITION

Study Reliability and Reporting Limitations I-1

Disclaimers I-2

Data Interpretation & Reporting Level I-3

Quantitative Techniques & Analytics I-3

Product Definitions and Scope of Study I-3

II. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW II-1

Current and Future Analysis II-1

Regional Market Analysis II-1

Segment Perspective II-2

2. MARKET DRIVERS & CHALLENGES II-3

Market Drivers II-3

Micro-Payment and Government Applications Spur Contactless Smart Card Market II-3

Need for Secure IT Applications Drives Contactless Access Control Smart Cards Market II-3

Consumer Acceptance Imperative for Growth of Contactless Smart Cards Market II-4

Emergence of Transit Operators from Card Issuers to Card Acceptors II-4

Political & Government Regulations – Key for Contactless Smart Card Participants II-5

Interoperability – An Essential Factor II-5

Rising Security Concerns to Foster Identity & Security Markets II-5

Challenges for Contactless Smart Cards II-5

Lack of Compatible and Interoperable Standards II-5

Existing Technologies Prevent Adoption of Contactless Technology II-6

Privacy Issues and Threat of Failure Haunt Contactless Smart Cards II-6

Consumer Concerns on Data Security and Privacy II-6

Rapidly Changing Technological Environment II-6

Weak Economic Conditions II-7

3. KEY TRENDS II-8

CVM Limits – the Major Driver of Contactless Smart Cards in Payments II-8

Contactless Cards Gain Popularity II-8

Growing Confidence in Contactless Smart Card Technology II-8

Financial Institutions Move Towards More Secure and Convenient Cards II-9

Hybrid Cards on the Rise II-9

Access Control Application to Benefit from Near Field Communication II-9

Multi-Application Cards Gain Momentum II-10

ICAO Compliance Boosts e-Passports Program II-10

Consolidation – Growth Through Shrinkage II-10

High Security Java Cards Gain Popularity II-11

Biometrics Offer Significant Growth Potential for Security Applications II-11

4. INTRODUCTION TO SMART CARDS II-12

Smart Cards – An Introduction II-12

Concept & Functional Definition II-12

A Historical Perspective II-13

Smart Cards Vs Magnetic Stripe Cards II-13

Constituents of a Smart Card Chip II-13

Central Processing Unit (CPU) II-14

Read-Only Memory (ROM) II-14

Random-Access Memory (RAM) II-14

Application Memory (EEPROM) II-14

Card Operating System (COS) II-14

Multos II-14

Microsoft Smart Cards for Windows II-14

Java Card II-15

Types of Smart Cards II-15

Based on Type of Integrated Circuit (IC) Technology Used II-15

Integrated Circuit (IC) Microprocessor Cards II-15

Integrated Circuit (IC) Memory Cards II-16

Optical Memory Cards II-16

Based on Interface II-16

Contact Card II-16

Contactless Card II-17

Combi-Card or Dual-Interface Card II-17

Based on Number of Applications Supported By Card II-17

Single Application Cards II-17

Multi-Application Cards II-17

Standards II-17

Hardware Standards II-18

Application Standards II-18

Local Standards II-18

Network Computing Standards II-18

Electronic Purse Standards II-18

Payment Standards II-19

Mobile Communications II-19

Standards Governing Smart Cards & Their Applications II-19

ISO/IEC Standards II-19

ISO/IEC 7816 II-19

ISO/IEC 10536 II-19

ISO/IEC 14443 II-19

ISO/IEC 15693 II-19

ISO/IEC 7501 II-19

Personal Computer/Smart Card (PC/SC) Workgroup Specifications II-20

EMV (Europay, MasterCard, VISA) Specifications II-20

Comite Europeen de Normalisation (CEN) Standards II-20

GSM – SIM / UIM Standard II-20

STK II-20

WIM (WAP Identification Module) II-21

S@T II-21

GSC-IS Version 2.1 Specifications II-21

SEIWG Specification II-21

Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) II-21

Global Platform (GP) II-21

International Airline and Transportation Association (IATA) II-21

G-8 Health Standards II-21

Technology Used in Smart Cards II-22

Java Card Technology Supports Multiple Applications II-22

Biometric Technology – A Boon for Identification Markets II-22

Prominent Features/Capabilities II-22

Internal Memory II-22

Multiple Function Capability II-23

Bi-Directional Identification and Authentication II-23

Benefits II-23

Enhanced Storage Capacity II-23

Security II-23

Convenience II-24

Economic Benefits II-24

Customization II-24

The Technology Evolution II-24

Increased Windows Compatibility II-24

Multiple Applications II-25

Availability of Smart Card Readers as Standard Equipment II-25

Increased Memory Requirements II-25

Generation of Asymmetric Keys on Card II-25

Shorter Delivery Turn-around and Lead-times II-25

USB Interfaces, Higher I/O Speeds II-25

Dual Interface II-25

Faster Processor Speeds and Improved Battery Capabilities II-25

Price Competitiveness II-25

New Specifications To Become Standard Requirements II-25

5. CONTACTLESS SMART CARDS – AN OVERVIEW II-26

Introduction II-26

Current Scenario II-26

Product Overview II-26

Constituents and Special Characteristics of Contactless Smart Cards II-26

Contactless Smart Card Technology II-27

Better than Contact Smart Card Technology II-28

Compatibility with Other Technologies II-28

Data Privacy & Security Crucial for Contactless Smart Cards II-28

Difference Between Contactless Smart Card and RFID Technology II-28

Need for Compatibility Among Standards II-29

Benefits II-29

Technical Breakthroughs in Contactless Technology II-30

HID’s iCLASS(R) Contactless Smart Card Technology II-30

MIFARE Contactless Smart Card from Philips II-30

6. SMART CARDS – COMPETITIVE SCENARIO II-31

Potential Favors Growth in the Intensely Competitive Market II-31

Table 1: Leading Players in the World Smart Card Market (2007): Percentage Breakdown of Shipments for Gemalto NV, Giesecke & Devrient GmbH, Oberthur Card Systems, Sagem Orga,

Incard SpA, and Others (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-31

Leading Smart Card Players – An Analysis of Competitor Strategies II-32

7. END-USE MARKETS II-33

Mass Transit/Public Transportation Sector II-33

Transit Applications Gaining Acceptance II-33

Smart Card-Based Transit Applications Implemented in Various Regions II-34

Payment Applications II-34

Banking on Smart Technology II-34

Current Financial Sector Scenario II-35

Factors Favoring Adoption of Smart Cards in Finance / Banking Applications II-35

Multi-Application Cards to Drive Penetration in Financial Sector II-35

Impact of EMV Compliance II-35

Electronic Payments Simplify Cash Transactions II-36

Benefits of Using Payment Cards II-36

High Implementation Costs & Legacy Infrastructure Obstruct

Growth II-36

Access Control Applications II-36

Contactless Technology Drives Security Applications II-37

Rising Security Concerns Aid Smart Card Growth in Various

Sectors II-37

Biometrics Technology Boosts Identification & Security Markets II-37

Network Security Offers Immense Potential for Growth II-38

Countering Hacker Attacks II-38

Government/ Institutional Applications II-38

Governments as Users II-38

Institutional Applications Gaining Prominence II-39

Factors Driving Government Applications II-40

Government Sector in India Boosts Smart Card Implementation II-40

Lack of Smart Card Infrastructure in India Hinders Growth II-40

Security: Role of Government ID Programs II-40

Multifunctional Identification Cards to Enhance Inland Security II-41

Smart Cards Replace Conventional Paper-Based Institutional

Systems in India II-41

Healthcare Sector II-41

Smart Cards Facilitate Efficient Healthcare System II-41

Global Healthcare Card Scenario II-42

Benefits of Using Smart Cards in Healthcare Industry II-42

Key Applications of Healthcare Smart cards II-42

Storage of Patient’s Medical Information II-42

Patient Identification and Monitoring II-42

Prescription Management II-43

HIPAA Compliance Drives Healthcare Sector II-43

Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

of 1996 II-43

8. PRODUCT LAUNCHES/INNOVATIONS II-44

Toppan Develops World’s Smallest Felica type IC Card,

‘SMARTICS-cFe’ II-44

Honeywell Introduces OmniAssure Biometric Reader II-44

Athena Releases ASEDrive IIIe CL II-44

HID Global Unveils bioCLASS RKLB57 Smart Card Field Enroller II-44

Texas Instruments Introduces RF-HCT-WRC5-KP221 Chips II-45

HID to Extend Access Control Product Line with Logical Access Control Products II-45

LEGIC Unveils Latest Products and Applications II-45

Sagem Launches Biometric Reader to Comply with MorphoAccess 521 TWIC II-46

LEGIC Unveils New All-in-One Contactless Smart Cards II-46

HID Global Introduces New Crescendo Line of Smart Cards II-46

Sagem Launches New GSA-Approved PIV Reader for FIPS 201 II-47

LEGIC Expands Contactless Smart Card Technology Capability II-47

HID Extends multiCLASS(TM) Reader Line II-47

HID Global Introduces HID Identity II-48

9. RECENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY II-49

VDV-Kernapplikations Selects NXP’s SmartMx for German transport Ticketing II-49

Gemalto Completes Acquisition of Keycorp’s Smart Cards Business II-49

HID Teams up with MAXxess II-49

LEGIC Inks Partnership Agreement with APK-ID II-50

LEGIC Signs Deals with Electronica Meysh and Inplastor II-50

SmartMetric Adopts MULTOS for Fingerprint Activated Cards II-50

LEGIC Identsystems and Nortech Control Systems Enter into Licensing Agreement II-51

NEOWAVE Strikes Distribution Agreement with ASK II-51

Garanti Bank Selects Gemalto’s EMV Contactless Credit Cards for Deployment in Turkey II-52

Watchdata Executes Major Supply Contract with Shenzhen Tong Ltd II-52

SCM and Sony Sign MoU II-52

Sony and NXP Enter Into a Joint Venture to Form Moversa II-52

HID Global Completes Acquisition of Integrated Engineering II-53

Intrepid Global Imaging to Take Over Versacard II-53

Soliton and AAIT Form Partnership for Contactless Security Smart Card Solutions II-54

LEGIC Enters into an Agreement with G4S Security Systems Microraab II-54

ASK and MasterCard to Work on Contactless Cards II-55

10. FOCUS ON SELECT KEY PLAYERS II-56

ActivIdentity Corporation (US)II-56

Advanced Card Systems Ltd (Hong Kong) II-56

American Microdevice Manufacturing, Inc. (US) II-56

ASK (France) II-57

Austria Card GmbH (Austria) II-57

CardLogix Corporation (US) II-57

CPI Card Group (US) II-58

Eastcompeace Smart Card Co., Ltd (China) II-58

FNMT-RCM (Spain) II-58

Fujitsu Microelectronics Limited (Japan) II-58

Gemalto N.V. (The Netherlands)II-59

General Information Systems Ltd (UK) II-59

Giesecke & Devrient GmbH (Germany) II-60

HID Global Corporation (US) II-60

Infineon Technologies AG (Germany) II-60

Inside Contactless (France) II-61

International Business Machines Corporation (US) II-61

IRIS Corporation Berhad (Malaysia) II-61

Micromodule Pte Ltd (Singapore) II-61

NBS Technologies (Canada) II-62

NedCard B.V. (The Netherlands) II-62

NOVACARD INFORMATIONSSYSTEME GmbH (Germany) II-62

NXP Semiconductors (The Netherlands) II-62

Oberthur Card Systems SA (France) II-63

On Track Innovations Ltd (Israel) II-63

Sagem Orga GmbH (Germany) II-63

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd (South Korea) II-64

Silicon Storage Technology, Inc (US) II-64

Sitronics JSC (Russia) II-64

Sony Corporation (Japan) II-65

STMicroelectronics (Switzerland) II-65

Incard SpA (Part of STMicroelectronics) (Italy) II-65

Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. (Japan) II-66

Watchdata System Co. Ltd (China) II-66

Zetes Industries (Belgium) II-66

11. GLOBAL MARKET PERSPECTIVE II-67

Table 2: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards by Geographic Region – North America, Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-67

Table 3: World 10-Year Perspective for Contactless Smart Cards by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Unit Shipments for North America, Europe Middle East & Africa

(EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin American Markets for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-68

Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards by Geographic Region – North America, Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-69

Table 5: World 10-Year Perspective for Contactless Smart Cards by Geographic Region – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues for North America, Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin American Markets for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-70

Table 6: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards by End-Use Application – Mass Transit, Access Control, Payment and Government ID Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-71

Table 7: World 10-Year Perspective for Contactless Smart Cards by End-Use Application – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Unit Shipments for Mass Transit, Access Control, Payment and

Government ID Markets for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-72

Table 8: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards by End-Use Application – Mass Transit, Access Control, Payment and Government ID Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-73

Table 9: World 10-Year Perspective for Contactless Smart Cards by End-Use Application – Percentage Breakdown of Annual Revenues for Mass Transit, Access Control, Payment and

Government ID Markets for Years 2006, 2009 & 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-74

III. MARKET

1. NORTH AMERICA III-1

A.Market Analysis III-1

Current and Future Analysis III-1

Overview III-1

Key Trends and Issues III-1

Adoption of Contactless Payment System Finds Greater Acceptance III-1

Increased Interoperability and Standardization in Contactless Payment Platforms III-2

Government Programs Continue to Offer Opportunities for Contactless Smart Cards III-2

Delays in Rollout Plague Employee Card Implementation in the US III-2

Proprietary and Sporadic Ticketing Systems Hinder Smart Card Adoption in Mass Transit III-2

The US Perspective III-3

Smart Card Industry Evolution III-3

Smart Cards & the US – A Lackluster Affair III-3

Contactless Smart Cards – Current Scenario III-4

Contactless Leads the Charge in the US III-4

Trends and Issues III-4

US Market Moves Towards Contactless Technology III-4

Contactless Smart Cards Making Headway into Payments Market III-5

US Lags Behind in Adopting EMV Specifications III-5

HSPD-12 Directive Fosters Smart Card-Based Security Sector III-5

ICAO Compliance Boosts e-Passports Program III-5

US Airport Authorities Use Smart Cards Based on Biometric Technology III-6

Cyber Fraud & Identity Theft Crimes Provide Impetus for Smart Card Usage III-6

FIPS Federal ID Standard & ANSI INCITS Standard for ID Sector III-6

Healthcare Sector & Smart Cards III-6

Product Launches III-6

Strategic Corporate Developments III-9

Key Players III-11

B.Market Analytics III-13

Table 10: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-13

Table 11: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-14

2. EUROPE, MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA III-15

A.Market Analysis III-15

Current and Future Analysis III-15

Contactless Smart Cards – A European Perspective III-15

Contactless Payments Market Scenario in Europe III-15

CVM Limits – the Major Driver of Contactless Smart Cards in Payments III-15

Contactless Smart Cards – Unlimited Solutions III-16

Standards III-16

New Form Factors III-17

Pilots and Rollouts III-17

Outlook III-17

Trends & Issues III-18

Improved Revenues and Customer Loyalty Attract Retailers to Contactless Payments III-18

Secure Access Control Capabilities Generate Demand for Contactless Smart Cards in EMEA III-18

Multiple Applications Offer Greater Prospects for Contactless Smart Cards III-18

High Speed Capability Spurs Adoption of Contactless Technology in New Applications III-19

Introduction of Contactless Payments in US and Japan Drives European Market III-19

Faster Payment Transactions Generate Interest on Contactless Technology III-19

Europe Adopts Contactless Ticketing System to Minimize Costs III-19

Electronic Identity Cards to Drive European Identity Market III-19

Overview of Select Regional Markets III-20

France III-20

Electronic Passport Project Enhances Demand for Smart Cards III-20

Belgium III-20

Italy III-20

United Kingdom III-21

UK Smart Cards Market Holds Immense Potential for Growth III-21

Convergence of Transport and Financial Applications in UK – A Key Implementation III-21

Middle East & Africa III-22

Security Market Gaining Prominence in Middle East III-22

Product Launches III-22

Strategic Corporate Developments III-24

Key Players III-28

B.Market Analytics III-35

Table 12: Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006

through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-35

Table 13: Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through

2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-36

3. ASIA-PACIFIC III-37

A.Market Analysis III-37

A Combination of Unique Regional Markets III-37

Current and Future Analysis III-37

Contactless Smart Card Market in Asia-Pacific III-37

Select Applications of Contactless Smart Cards in Asia-Pacific (2008) III-38

Government Applications III-38

e-Passport III-38

Outlook III-39

Media Coverage III-39

National ID III-39

Select Countries to Implement the Project III-39

Growth to Decline, Volume Generation to Continue III-39

Driving License III-40

Other Government Services III-40

Other Types of Smart Cards III-40

Contactless Payment, and Loyalty Cards III-41

Contactless Payment Cards III-41

New Projects Fail to Initialize III-41

Loss of Momentum III-41

Contactless Payments Not a Priority in Some Countries III-42

Loyalty Cards III-42

Other Applications III-42

Education III-42

Tourism/Travel III-42

Theme Parks/Entertainment III-43

Contactless SIM III-43

Japan – the Most Advanced Market for Contactless Smart Cards III-43

Japanese Smart Cards Market Gains Prominence III-43

Evolution of Electronic Payment in Japan III-44

Trends & Issues III-44

Asia-Pacific Region Witnesses Growth in Contactless Smart Card Use III-44

Mass Transit Applications Migrate Towards Contactless Mobile Devices III-45

Taiwan Leads in Promotion of Contactless Payments Technology in Asia-Pacific Region III-45

Smart Cards Integrate with Biometrics III-45

Integration of Technologies Becomes Key Factor in Smart Card Business III-46

Campus Smart Cards Rise in Popularity III-46

Leisure Facilities Witness Early Stage of Adoption III-46

Strong Government Control Fosters Growth III-47

Identification Applications Provide Impetus for Government & Institutional Market III-47

Smart Card – An Ideal Solution for Cyber Security Concerns III-47

Data Privacy & Security Hinder Multi-Application Cards Implementation in Australia III-47

Market Drivers III-48

Interoperability to Fetch New Opportunities for Contactless Payment Programs III-48

Government ID Projects to Drive Volume for Contactless Smart Cards in Asia-Pacific III-48

Contactless Payments in Asia-Pacific to Thrive on Foray of Tier II Nations III-48

Contactless Mobile Applications Expand in Asia III-49

Market Restraints III-49

Consumer Apprehension Deters Contactless Payment Programs III-49

Merchant Apprehension Reduces the Number of Transactions III-49

Infrastructure Barriers to Migration III-50

Competing Technologies Vs Smart Cards Technology III-50

Challenges in Integrating with Existing Processes and Systems III-50

Cost Concerns III-50

Security Concerns III-50

Outlook III-51

More Focus on Physical Access Control III-51

Government Usage Drives Private Usage of Smart Cards III-51

Product Launches III-51

Strategic Corporate Developments III-52

Key Players III-53

B.Market Analytics III-56

Table 14: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-56

Table 15: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-57

4. LATIN AMERICA III-58

A.Market Analysis III-58

Current and Future Analysis III-58

An Emerging Smart Cards Market III-58

Low-cost Contactless MIFARE Cards III-58

Market Drivers III-58

Adoption in Key Cities Boosts Awareness on Contactless Smart Cards III-58

Value-Added Services Drive the Adoption of Inexpensive Contactless Smart Cards III-59

Entry of Major Financial Institutions and Brands Boosts Contactless Smart Cards III-59

Market Restraints III-59

Availability of Alternative Technologies Mars Access Control Market III-59

Lack of Standards Restricts ROI III-60

Unfavorable Political Scenario for Government Projects III-60

B.Market Analytics III-60

Table 16: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-60

Table 17: Latin American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) III-61

IV. COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

Total Companies Profiled: 58 (including Divisions/Subsidiaries – 64)

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