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   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
  
   Current and Future Analysis.....II-1
Regional Market Analysis.....II-1
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   Segment Perspective.....II-2
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   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
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   Consumer Acceptance Imperative for Growth of Contactless Smart Cards Market.....II-4
Emergence of Transit Operators from Card Issuers to Card Acceptors.....II-4
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   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
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   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
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   Weak Economic Conditions.....II-7
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   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
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   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
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   Multi-Application Cards Gain Momentum.....II-10
ICAO Compliance Boosts e-Passports Program.....II-10
Consolidation – Growth Through Shrinkage.....II-10
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   High Security Java Cards Gain Popularity.....II-11
Biometrics Offer Significant Growth Potential for Security Applications.....II-11
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   Smart Cards – An Introduction.....II-12
Concept & Functional Definition.....II-12
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   A Historical Perspective.....II-13
Smart Cards Vs Magnetic Stripe Cards.....II-13
Constituents of a Smart Card Chip.....II-13
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   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
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   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
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   Integrated Circuit (IC) Memory Cards.....II-16
Optical Memory Cards.....II-16
Based on Interface.....II-16
Contact Card.....II-16
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   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
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   Hardware Standards.....II-18
Application Standards.....II-18
Local Standards.....II-18
Network Computing Standards.....II-18
Electronic Purse Standards.....II-18
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   Multiple Function Capability.....II-23
Bi-Directional Identification and Authentication.....II-23
Benefits.....II-23
Enhanced Storage Capacity.....II-23
Security.....II-23
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   Convenience.....II-24
Economic Benefits.....II-24
Customization.....II-24
The Technology Evolution.....II-24
Increased Windows Compatibility.....II-24
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   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
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   Introduction.....II-26
Current Scenario.....II-26
Product Overview.....II-26
Constituents and Special Characteristics of Contactless Smart Cards.....II-26
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   Contactless Smart Card Technology.....II-27
Better than Contact Smart Card Technology.....II-27
Compatibility with Other Technologies.....II-27
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   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-28
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   Benefits.....II-29
Technical Breakthroughs in Contactless Technology.....II-29
HID’s iCLASS® Contactless Smart Card Technology.....II-29
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   MIFARE Contactless Smart Card from Philips.....II-30
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   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
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   Leading Smart Card Players – An Analysis of Competitor Strategies.....II-32
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   Mass Transit/Public Transportation Sector.....II-33
Transit Applications Gaining Acceptance.....II-33
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   Smart Card-Based Transit Applications Implemented in Various Regions.....II-34
Payment Applications.....II-34
Banking on Smart Technology.....II-34
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   Network Security Offers Immense Potential for Growth.....II-38
Countering Hacker Attacks.....II-38
Government/ Institutional Applications.....II-38
Governments as Users.....II-38
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   Institutional Applications Gaining Prominence.....II-391$100
   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
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   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
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   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
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   Prescription Management.....II-43
HIPAA Compliance Drives Healthcare Sector.....II-43
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996.....II-43
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   Sagem Launches New GSA-Approved PIV Reader for FIPS 201.....II-47
LEGIC Expands Contactless Smart Card Technology Capability.....II-47
HID Extends multiCLASS™ Reader Line.....II-47
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   HID Global Introduces HID Identity.....II-48
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   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
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   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
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   LEGIC Identsystems and Nortech Control Systems Enter into Licensing Agreement.....II-51
NEOWAVE Strikes Distribution Agreement with ASK.....II-51
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   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
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   HID Global Completes Acquisition of Integrated Engineering.....II-53
Intrepid Global Imaging to Take Over Versacard.....II-53
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   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
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   ASK and MasterCard to Work on Contactless Cards.....II-55
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   ActivIdentity Corporation (US).....II-56
Advanced Card Systems Ltd (Hong Kong).....II-56
American Microdevice Manufacturing, Inc. (US).....II-56
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   ASK (France).....II-57
Austria Card GmbH (Austria).....II-57
CardLogix Corporation (US).....II-57
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   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
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   Gemalto N.V. (The Netherlands).....II-59
General Information Systems Ltd (UK).....II-59
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   Giesecke & Devrient GmbH (Germany).....II-60
HID Global Corporation (US).....II-60
Infineon Technologies AG (Germany).....II-60
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   Inside Contactless (France).....II-61
International Business Machines Corporation (US).....II-61
IRIS Corporation Berhad (Malaysia).....II-61
Micromodule Pte Ltd (Singapore).....II-61
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   NBS Technologies (Canada).....II-62
NedCard B.V. (The Netherlands).....II-62
NOVACARD INFORMATIONSSYSTEME GmbH (Germany).....II-62
NXP Semiconductors (The Netherlands).....II-62
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   Oberthur Card Systems SA (France).....II-63
On Track Innovations Ltd (Israel).....II-63
Sagem Orga GmbH (Germany).....II-63
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   Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd (South Korea).....II-64
Silicon Storage Technology, Inc (US).....II-64
Sitronics JSC (Russia).....II-64
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   Sony Corporation (Japan).....II-65
STMicroelectronics (Switzerland).....II-65
Incard SpA (Part of STMicroelectronics) (Italy).....II-65
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   Toppan Printing Co., Ltd. (Japan).....II-66
Watchdata System Co. Ltd (China).....II-66
Zetes Industries (Belgium).....II-66
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   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-671$300
   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-681$300
   Table 4: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards by Geographic Region – North America, Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA), Asia-Pacific and Latin American Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-691$300
   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-701$300
   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-711$300
   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-721$300
   Table 8: World Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards by End-Use Application – Mass Transit, Access Control, Payment and Government ID Markets Independently Analyzed with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....II-731$300
   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-741$300
   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
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   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
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   The US Perspective.....III-3
Smart Card Industry Evolution.....III-3
Smart Cards & the US – A Lackluster Affair.....III-3
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-92$150
   Key Players.....III-112$150
   B. Market Analytics.....III-13
Table 10: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-13
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   Table 11: North American Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-14
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   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
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   Contactless Smart Cards – Unlimited Solutions.....III-16
Standards.....III-16
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   New Form Factors.....III-17
Pilots and Rollouts.....III-17
Outlook.....III-17
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   Middle East & Africa.....III-22
Security Market Gaining Prominence in Middle East.....III-22
Product Launches.....III-22
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   Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-244$300
   Key Players.....III-287$525
   B. Market Analytics.....III-35
Table 12: Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-35
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   Table 13: Europe Middle East & Africa (EMEA) Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-36
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   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
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   Select Applications of Contactless Smart Cards in Asia-Pacific (2008).....III-38
Government Applications.....III-38
e–Passport.....III-38
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   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
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   Driving License.....III-40
Other Government Services.....III-40
Other Types of Smart Cards.....III-40
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   Contactless Payment, and Loyalty Cards.....III-41
Contactless Payment Cards.....III-41
New Projects Fail to Initialize.....III-41
Loss of Momentum.....III-41
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   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
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   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
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   Evolution of Electronic Payment in Japan.....III-44
Trends & Issues.....III-44
Asia-Pacific Region Witnesses Growth in Contactless Smart Card Use.....III-44
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   Strategic Corporate Developments.....III-521$75
   Key Players.....III-533$225
   B. Market Analytics.....III-56
Table 14: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Unit Shipments in Millions for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-56
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   Table 15: Asia-Pacific Recent Past, Current & Future Analysis for Contactless Smart Cards Market with Annual Revenues in US$ Million for Years 2006 through 2015 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart).....III-57
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   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
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   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
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   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
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   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-611$150
    
 
 


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