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World Smart Card - Advanced Technologies, Application and Global Forecast (2008 - 2010)

  • ID: 1415404
  • November 2010
  • Region: Global
  • 249 Pages
  • Markets and Markets

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Arm Holdings Plc
  • Diebold Inc
  • Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh
  • Inside Contactless S.A
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Thales Sa
  • MORE

According to the report, 'Smart Card Market 2008 – 2015’, the global shipments of smart cards are expected to reach about 8.8 billion units by 2015 from 5.2 billion units in 2009, growing at a CAGR of 9.6% during 2010 – 2015. Rising awareness about the benefits of the smart cards in access and identity security and growing adoption in sectors such as telecommunications, healthcare, and banking have been responsible for the continuous growth of the smart card market. The growing penetration of mobile phones has made telecommunications sector the largest consumer of smart cards globally in the form of SIM (Subscriber Identification Module).

The smart card technology is a major driving force for the payment transaction market, as it allows customers to make secure payments. Thus, it is expected that microprocessor based smart cards will continue to dominate the smart card shipments, as compared to the memory chip based smart cards. The microprocessor segment has accounted for shipments of 4.5 billion smart cards in 2009, which was 86.5% of the overall shipments (5.2 billion) of smart cards. The report provides extensive analysis of the smart card industry, current READ MORE >

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Arm Holdings Plc
  • Diebold Inc
  • Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh
  • Inside Contactless S.A
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Thales Sa
  • MORE

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
- Objectives
- Market size
- Issues & opportunities

1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Objectives of the study
1.2 Report description
1.3 Markets covered
1.4 Stakeholders
1.5 Research methodology

2 SUMMARY

3 MARKET OVERVIEW
3.1 Smart card industry structure
3.2 Value chain management
3.3 Porter’s five forces analysis
3.3.1 Threat from new entrants
3.3.2 Threat from product substitutes
3.3.3 Suppliers’ bargaining power
3.3.4 Buyers bargaining power
3.3.5 Rivalry among existing players
3.4 Contactless demand escalating
3.5 Telecommunications sector is largest consumer
3.6 Market share of smart card players
3.7 Patent analysis of smart card market
3.8 Market dynamics
3.8.1 Drivers
3.8.1.1 Growing interest for high capacity sim
3.8.1.2 Surge in acceptance of smart card projects
3.8.1.3 Contactless interface fuelled adoption
3.8.1.4 Security and reliability
3.8.1.5 Multi-application support by NFC
3.8.2 Restraints
3.8.2.1 Slow emergence of standards
3.8.2.2 Price erosion
3.9 Burning issues
3.9.1 High migration cost
3.9.2 Interoperability
3.9.3 NFC and M2M: success factors
3.9.4 Security related to contactless technology

4 SMART CARD TECHNOLOGIES
4.1 Technology overview
4.1.1 Smart card integrated circuits
4.1.2 Comparison of card technologies
4.1.3 Memory smart card
4.1.4 Microprocessor smart card
4.1.5 Smart card related products
4.1.5.1 Cards & microchips
4.1.5.2 Card readers & terminal (Point-of-sale) equipment
4.1.5.3 Software & services
4.1.5.4 Other smart card hardware
4.1.6 Smart card standards
4.1.6.1 ISO/IEC
4.1.6.2 ICAO
4.1.6.3 EMV (europay, mastercard and visa)
4.1.6.4 PC/SC
4.1.6.5 CEN and ETSI
4.1.6.6 HIPAA
4.1.6.7 IC communications standards
4.1.6.8 Global system for mobile communication (GSM)
4.1.6.9 Opencard framework
4.1.6.10 Global platform
4.1.6.11 Common criteria
4.1.6.12 Biometric standards
4.1.7 Smart card market by interface
4.1.7.1 Contact smart cards
4.1.7.2 Contactless, hybrid and dual interface smart cards

5 SMART CARD MARKET BY APPLICATION
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Telecommunication
5.3 Financial services, retail and loyalty
5.4 Government ID & healthcare
5.5 Transportation
5.6 Pay TV
5.7 Others

6 Geographic analysis
6.1 Overview
6.2 Smart card market - North America
6.2.1 Shipments & forecast
6.3 Smart card market - South America
6.3.1 Drivers
6.3.1.1 Low-cost solutions
6.3.1.2 Liability shift
6.3.1.3 Multi – functional support
6.3.1.4 Increasing government projects
6.3.2 Restraints
6.3.2.1 High implementation cost
6.3.2.2 Decline in payphone uses
6.3.3 Shipments & forecast
6.4 Smart card market - EMEA
6.4.1 Shipments & forecast
6.5 Smart card market - Asia-Pacific
6.5.1 Shipments & forecast

7 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE
7.1 Introduction

8 COMPANY PROFILES
8.1 ARM HOLDINGS PLC
8.1.1 Overview
8.1.2 Primary business
8.1.3 Strategy
8.1.4 Developments
8.2 ATMEL CORP
8.2.1 Overview
8.2.2 Primary business
8.2.3 Strategy
8.2.4 Developments
8.3 DATACARD CORP
8.3.1 Overview
8.3.2 Primary business
8.3.3 Strategy
8.3.4 Developments
8.4 DIEBOLD INC
8.4.1 Overview
8.4.2 Primary business
8.4.3 Growth Strategy
8.4.4 Developments
8.5 FUJITSU LTD
8.5.1 Overview
8.5.2 Primary business
8.5.3 Strategy
8.5.4 Developments
8.6 GEMALTO NV
8.6.1 Overview
8.6.2 Primary business
8.6.3 Segment Overview
8.6.4 Growth Strategy
8.6.5 Developments
8.7 GIESECKE & DEVRIENT GMBH
8.7.1 Overview
8.7.2 Primary business
8.7.3 Growth Strategy
8.7.4 Developments
8.8 INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES
8.8.1 Overview
8.8.2 Primary business
8.8.3 Strategy
8.8.4 Developments
8.9 INGENICO SA
8.9.1 Overview
8.9.2 Primary business
8.9.3 Strategy
8.9.4 Developments
8.10 INSIDE CONTACTLESS S.A.
8.10.1 Overall business outlook
8.10.2 Segment overview
8.10.3 Strategy
8.10.4 Developments
8.11 MORPHO (SAGEM ORGA)
8.11.1 Overview
8.11.2 Primary Business
8.11.3 Strategy
8.11.4 Developments
8.12 OBERTHUR TECHNOLOGIES GROUP
8.12.1 Overview
8.12.2 Primary Business
8.12.3 Strategy
8.12.4 Developments
8.13 RENESAS ELECTRONICS
8.13.1 Overview
8.13.2 Primary Business
8.13.3 Strategy
8.13.4 Developments
8.14 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS
8.14.1 Overview
8.14.2 Primary Business
8.14.3 Strategy
8.14.4 Developments
8.15 SIEMENS IT SOLUTIONS AND SERVICES
8.15.1 Overview
8.15.2 Primary business
8.15.3 Segment overview
8.15.4 Key performance indicators
8.15.5 Strategy
8.15.6 Developments
8.16 SONY CORP
8.16.1 Overview
8.16.2 Primary business
8.16.3 Strategy
8.16.4 Developments
8.17 STMICROELECTRONICS N.V.
8.17.1 Overview
8.17.2 Primary business
8.17.3 Strategy
8.17.4 Developments
8.18 THALES SA
8.18.1 Overview
8.18.2 Primary business
8.18.3 Strategy
8.18.4 Developments
8.19 VERIFONE SYSTEM INC
8.19.1 Overview
8.19.2 Primary business
8.19.3 Strategy
8.19.4 Developments
8.20 WATCHDATA SYSTEM CO., LTD
8.20.1 Overall business outlook
8.20.2 Growth strategy
8.20.3 Developments

APPENDIX
- U.S. Patents
- EUROPE Patents
- JAPAN Patents

LIST OF TABLES:

1 World smart card market revenue, by application sector 2008 – 2015 ($Million)
2 World smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
3 Global memory based smart card shipments, by interface 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
4 Global microprocessor smart card shipments, by interface 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
5 ISO/IEC smart card standards scope & applications
6 ICAO’s smart card related federal information processing standards
7 Global total smart card shipments, by interface 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
8 Global contact smart card shipments, by application 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
9 Global memory based contact smart card shipments, by application 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
10 Global microprocessor based contact smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
11 Global contactless, hybrid and dual interface smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
12 Global memory based contactless, hybrid and dual interface smart card shipments, by application 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
13 Global microprocessor based contactless, hybrid and dual interface smart card shipments, by application 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
14 Global smart card shipments in telecommunications sector, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
15 Global financial services – retail - loyalty smart card shipments, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
16 Global government ID & healthcare smart card shipments, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
17 Global transportation smart card shipments, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
18 Global Pay TV smart card shipments, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
19 Global others smart card shipments, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
20 Global smart card shipments, by geography 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
21 North America smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
22 North America memory based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
23 North America microprocessor based smart card shipments, by application 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
24 South America smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
25 South American memory based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
26 South American microprocessor based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
27 EMEA smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
28 EMEA memory based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
29 EMEA microprocessor based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
30 Asia-Pacific smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
31 Asia-Pacific memory based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
32 Asia-Pacific microprocessor based smart card shipments, by applications 2008 – 2015 (Units Million)
33 Mergers and acquisitions
34 Agreements and collaborations
35 New product launch

LIST OF FIGURES:

1 Smart card market segmentation
2 Smart card market value chain
3 Winning imperatives for smart card manufacturers
4 Porter’s five forces model
5 Global contact and contactless smart card shipments and forecast (2008 – 2015)
6 Global smart card shipments,by major applications 2009
7 Market share of major smart card manufacturers, by shipments (2009)
8 Market share of major smart card manufacturers, by revenue (2009)
9 Smart card patents, by year
10 Smart card patents, by company 2005 – August 2010
11 Smart card and integrated circuit inter-relation
12 Architecture of smart card integrated circuits
13 Evaluation of various types of ic storage memory
14 Emphasis on smart card IC feature in North and South America market, 2009
15 Emphasis on smart card ic feature in EMEA and ASIA – PACIFIC market, 2009
16 Comparison of card technologies, by characteristics
17 Card technology landscape
18 Smart card related biometric standards
19 Smart card lifecycle by application sectors, 2009
20 Smart card application in telecommunication sector: opportunity profile
21 Global government e-id implementation status
22 Global smart card lifecycle, by region (2009 & 2012)
23 Card shipments split by applications - North America (2009 & 2015)
24 Smart card life cycle by interface - North America (2009 & 2020)
25 Smart card market dynamics - Latin America
26 Shifting dynamics from memory to microprocessor - Latin America
27 Mobile subscribers and penetration, by country – Asia – Pacific (2009 – 2015)
28 Mass transit ticketing comparison - Asia-Pacific (2009)
29 World smart card market growth strategies (January 2008 – September 2010)

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Arm Holdings Plc
  • Diebold Inc
  • Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh
  • Inside Contactless S.A
  • Samsung Electronics
  • Thales Sa
  • MORE

With shipments of microprocessor and memory-based smart cards reaching to 5.2 billion in 2009, smart cards are now further embedded within everyday life for most consumers. Smart cards are being used in various sectors including financial services, retail, and loyalty, telecommunications, government ID, and transportation sectors. The telecommunication sector is the biggest application market for smart cards, accounting for more than 68% of the global smart card shipments in 2009. Growing number of mobile phone subscribers has been the largest contributor, driving sales of SIM cards globally. Use of smart cards in financial services sector has also been rising, supported by increasing migration of magnetic cards to EuroPay, MasterCard and Visa standard (EMV) standard (chip and PIN) cards. The EMV standard mandates the use of smart cards in financial services such as credit/debit/ATM and prepaid cards.

We expect that the global mobile applications market will be worth $6.6 billion by the end of 2015, with a CAGR of 7.3% from 2010 to 2015. Globally, the major driving factors of the smart card market include increasing applications such as machine-to-machine communication, growing security and control needs, multiple uses and interoperability, increasing storage and processing capabilities and reducing cost of the card. Growing use of online payment transactions is also supporting the market growth as smart cards enable consumers to make secure and reliable payments. Use of contactless smart cards in this regard has gained remarkable consideration (with an average year-over-year growth rate of 35% over last five years) and is forecasted to grow at CAGR of 30% during 2010 – 2015.

The growth of allied devices (netbook PCs and GPS) and the emergence of Near Field Communication (NFC) will continue to fuel the growth of the smart card market in both volumes and value. The migration to 3G for key markets such as China and India will bring large volume support for the future smart card industry. The new form factors such as NFC and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications markets is expected to experience its early growth in 2010 in areas like micropayments and automotive diagnostics respectively.

- Arm Holdings Plc

- Atmel Corp

- Datacard Corp

- Diebold Inc

- Fujitsu Ltd

- Gemalto Nv

- Giesecke & Devrient Gmbh

- Infineon Technologies

- Ingenico Sa

- Inside Contactless S.A

- Morpho (Sagem Orga)

- Oberthur Technologies Group

- Renesas Electronics

- Samsung Electronics

- Siemens It Solutions And Services

- Sony Corp

- Stmicroelectronics N.V

- Thales Sa

- Verifone System Inc

- Watchdata System Co., Ltd

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