Smart Insights White Papers bring a synthetic view about a given subject, region, or market segment. A Smart Insights White Paper is a conveniently compact abstract giving its readers thorough understanding of a given topic.
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Smart Insights White Paper “Open Loop in US Transportation Systems” brings to the public a better understanding of major changes ongoing in US transportation systems payment. Once the US market will have completed the EMV migration (i.e. all credit and debit cards will be smart cards), Open Loop will become a standard solution for mass transit payment, achieving one more step to displace cash.
Smart Insights White Paper titled “Mobile Payment in Greater China” focuses on multiple NFC initiatives in China, driven by several stakeholders including the mobile network operators, People’s Bank of China and other players. It also includes information on projects in Hong Kong and Taiwan, as well as non-NFC mobile payment projects.
Intelling, a consultancy specializing in secure transactions, just published a new Smart Insights White Paper titled “India Secure Transactions Market” to bring to its readers a synthesis on this fascinating market, and its numerous applications in the secure transactions industry.
LFoundry and Intelling joined their efforts to bring to the public audience a new Smart Insights White Paper, titled “A new model for silicon foundry”, which covers the ongoing major trends in the semiconductor industry.
LFoundry and Intelling Smart Insights White Paper “A new model for silicon foundry” develop these points in detail, and bring information about these trends and evolutions in the semiconductor industry.
Intelling introduces a new Smart Insights White Paper “eID in South Asia” to bring its readers more information about the numerous innovative identity projects taking place in the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region. Many projects of world importance actually find their roots in South East Asia. For instance, the Malaysian ID card was the first nationwide multi-application electronic ID card; and the Philippines are to be one of the largest issuers of ePassports in the world.
In 2011, the long awaited NFC has finally seen its takeoff. One can easily notice that all the major stakeholders in the NFC ecosystem are actively working together.
“Telcos, banks, wallets: NFC take-off in America” is mainly centered around Google Wallet and Isis, and provides a clearer view of all partners in both organizations, it also includes information about other mobile wallet projects in the USA.
"Transport in Asia Pacific" covers the use of contactless cards and devices in major Mass Transit projects in Asia Pacific. It aims at giving a clear vision over major projects in Asia Pacific countries and regions, showing differences and similarities between these deployments.