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  • eIDs– A Step Towards Smart Cities Yiru Zhong, Analyst Information & Communication Technologies 16th March 2010 Frost & Sullivan’s Growth Consulting can assist with your growth strategies
  • Focus Points • Status of eIDs • Uses of eIDs • A smart city in the making? 2
  • Overview of Smart Card Government Application Spain National e-ID, Poland Planned e-ID, Italy China e- ID card, - National ID United States -Common Access Card (CAC), Marine ID, Veterans Card,LincPass India Canada - Upcoming Multi -Restricted Area Identification National ID card (RAIC) Brazil -Upcoming National ID & Tax payer card -Piloting e-Passport South Africa E-ID Source: Frost& Sullivan March 2010 3
  • China, Taiwan and Malaysia are at the forefront of eID deployment Source: UNESCO, Frost & Sullivan November 2009 4
  • Can the appetite for eIDs in North America increase through other ID forms? Canada: • Restricted Area Identification Card (RAIC) United States: • Common Access Card (CAC) Source: Frost& Sullivan November 2009 5
  • eIDs are just beginning to take off in Europe Sweden –2006 2008 population 9m Finland – 1999 2008 population 5 m Belgium – 2004 2008 population 11 m Estonia – 2002 2008 population 1 m Latvia – 2003 2008 population 2 m Austria – 2001 2008 population 8 m Spain – 2007 2008 population 45 m Slovenia – 2003 2008 population 2 m Portugal – 2007 2008 population 11 m Non EU member Italy – 2001/2004 Norway has issued 2008 population 60 m eIDs since 2005 Malta – 2004 2008 population 0.4 m 6
  • eIDs in Europe are on the edge of a growth stage Dispersion of EU27 population with eIDs • EU27 countries that have issued eIDs as of 52% of end 2009: 300 EU27 • Austria, Belgium, Estonia, Finland, Italy, population Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Slovenia, 250 Spain, Sweden 31% of Population, million 200 EU27 • EU27 countries with plans to issue eIDs population between 2010 and 2013 150 • Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, 17% of EU27 France, Germany, Hungary, 100 population Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Slovakia 50 • EU27 countries with no announced plans or - have plans mired in political disputes: Issued Plans in next None few years • Denmark, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, UK Source: Frost & Sullivan Feb uary 2010 7
  • Focus Points • Status of eIDs • Uses of eIDs • A smart city in the making? 8
  • eID uses – Austria and Spain Austria – Spain – technology vs lessons in eID form rollout 9
  • Uses of eIDs are enhanced by widespread smart card applications & ubiquitous digital connectivity in Europe Introduction Growth Maturity Decline Developed Europe Central & Eastern Europe Emerging applications in a digitalised society Time 10
  • Can appetite for eIDs in North America increase through other ID forms? Canada: • Restricted Area Identification Card (RAIC) United States: • Common Access Card (CAC) Source: Frost& Sullivan November 2009 11
  • Focus Points • Status of eIDs • Uses of eIDs • A smart city in the making? 12
  • Progress towards smart cities – trust & adoption go hand in hand The role of a digital Access to signature in government Denmark services & interactivity with government authorities in Estonia 13
  • Overcoming security concerns with other “ID” cards United States: • Government Employee ID projects • Local transportation projects Source: Frost& Sullivan November 2009 14
  • Summary • eIDs are the next growth phase within the government ID application. Europe is a current growth market. • The ties towards e-government initiatives highlight the importance of system integration expertise. • Trust and adoption go hand in hand – security elements are crucial within government tenders for vendors. 15
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  • For Additional Information Jake Wengroff Craig Hayes Global Director Sales Manager Corporate Communications Information & Communication (210) 247-3806 Technologies jake.wengroff@frost.com (210) 247-2460 chays@frost.com Yiru Zhong Research Analyst Smart Cards +48 22 390 4128 yiru.zhong@frost.com 19