Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

ReportsnReports - Top Revenue Mobile Commerce Applications 2011-2016


Published on

Mobile commerce is enabled by a combination of technologies including networking, embedded systems, databases, and security. We provide a technology evaluation including an analysis of the major systems and components.

Published in: Business, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

ReportsnReports - Top Revenue Mobile Commerce Applications 2011-2016

  1. 1. Top Revenue Mobile Commerce Applications adds Mind Commerce Market Research Report “ Top Revenue MobileCommerce Applications 2011-2016 ’’ to its store.Mobile commerce is enabled by a combination of technologies including networking,embedded systems, databases, and security. We provide a technology evaluation includingan analysis of the major systems and components. We evaluate emerging businessopportunities in m-commerce including:3D Virtual m-commerceLocation and m-commerceM-commerce in healthcareMobile commerce and cloud computingThe report provides analysis of the current and the future market of mobile commerceapplications. It identifies market opportunities and forecasts to 2016 for mobile commerceapplications. It evaluates key issues and concerns such as security and privacy. Itanalyzes global market dynamics through within specific regions and countries. It evaluatesmobile commerce applications by category including: payments, mobile banking, education,Enterprise resource planning (ERP), entertainment, health care, inventory tracking anddispatching, traffic, travel and ticketing.Audience:Mobile Network OperatorsMobile Software DevelopersOSS/BSS Solution ProvidersHandset and Tablet ManufacturersMobile Payment Service ProvidersContent and Applications AggregatorsWireless Privacy and Security SpecialistsMobile Marketing and Advertising ProvidersTelecommunications Infrastructure ProvidersTable of Contents:Mobile Commerce Overview 9Mobile Commerce Technology: An Overview 12Communication Technology 12GSM 12GPRS and EDGE 12UMTS 12Fourth-Generation Technologies 13Bluetooth 13Patterns of Global Diffusion of M-Commerce Technology 13System Structure 15Mobile Commerce Application Types 18
  2. 2. Mobile Commerce in Education19Mobile Commerce Entertainment 19Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) 19Mobile Commerce in Health Care 19Inventory Tracking and Dispatching 20Traffic 20Travel and Ticketing 20I-Mode Portal 21Mobile Banking Service23Webraska’s Smart Zone Platform 24Proliferation of Mobile Devices25Mobile Telecommunication Networks 26M-commerce Technologies 28Mobile Commerce Technology: An Overview 28Communication Technology 28GSM 28GPRS and EDGE 28UMTS 29Fourth-Generation Technologies 29Bluetooth 29M-Commerce Technology Global Diffusion 30The Evolution of Wireless, and Mobile Networks 31Overview 31Advantages of Wireless Networks 32Popularity 32Mobility 32Ease of Deployment 32First Generation of Mobile Telecommunications (1G) 33Second Generation Mobile Telecommunications (2G) 35SIM 37Speech Coding 37Authentications and Security in GSM networks 37WAP (Wireless Applicant Protocol) 37Mobile Telecommunications Third Generation 38Characteristics of 3G Systems 38The Evolution of the 3G System 40Applications in 3G system 41Summary 41Mobile Telecommunications 4th Generation and Beyond 42Target of 4G System 43Applications and Services of 4G system43Tele Presence 43Information Access 43Inter-Machine Communication 43Intelligent Shopping 43Location-Based Services 44
  3. 3. Globalization of Products 44Communicating Appliances 44Standardization Diversification 44Summary 44Mobile Commerce Value Added Services 44Ubiquity 46Reachability 46Localization 46Personalization46Dissemination 47Conclusion 47Mobile Commerce Topology 49HTML 49XML 49WML 49SMS 49Location Identification Technology 50M-Commerce Evaluation 50Mobile Commerce Cycle 51Mobile Commerce Payment Methods, and Its Security 52Payment Methods 53Requirements of Mobile Commerce Security 54Basics of Security 55Mobile Security 57Network Infrastructure and Security 57WLAN standards 58WAP Security 61Payment Methods in M-Commerce 62Content Download 63Point of Sale 63Content on Device 64Mobile Payment Methods 64“In-Band” Payment Method 65Proximity 66Common Issues of Mobile Payment 66Payment Lifecycle 67Conclusion 67Mobile Commerce 2011-2016 68Mobile Platform of Android and the Cloud Service 68Near Field Sensing 69The Beginning 70The Secure Authentication Infrastructure for Mobile Users 72Different Secured Connections73Authentication 73Access Rights 75Payment Credentials 75Privacy of Communication 75Integrity of Message Exchanges 76Anonymity 76
  4. 4. Authentication Methods and Protocols76Symmetric Authentication 76Asymmetric Authentication, 78Authentication based on Biometric Information 79Requirements for Mobile Commerce Authentication 80Password-Based Authentication with Support for Public Key Technology 81Protocol Description 83Verification of the Authentication Requirements 87Symmetric Cryptography (SIM-Based Authentication) 88Public Key Cryptography 91Digital Signatures 91Certificate Authorities 94How to Combine both Public and Secret Key Cryptography 94Authentication Codes 95WAP Security (WIM module) 96Challenges of M-Commerce 97Security Attacks 98Conclusion 98Mobile Commerce and Software Development Kit (SDK) 100Mobile Commerce and Cloud Computing 101Cloud Computing and Multimedia Content 102Cloud Computing Security 102The Top Mobile Commerce Applications to 2016 1043D Virtual M-commerce 104Introduction 1043D Mobile Commerce Applications 106Challenges of the 3D M-Commerce 106Solutions to Overcome Challenges 108List of Phones with 3D technology 108Location Based Service 110Introduction 110LBS Overview 111Techniques 112Cell ID-Based Location 113Terminal-Based Location Techniques 114Global Positioning System (GPS) 115GPS Disadvantages 116Location Architecture and Interfaces 117Protocols Based on Plain-Text XML 118Roaming Location Protocol (RLP) 119Difference between MLP and RLP 120Adding Location Value 121Applications and Content 122Gaming 124How to Implement a Location Based Game 126LBS Regulations 129Technology beyond GPS 130Positioning by Using Cellular Radio Network (CRN) 130Mobile Banking132
  5. 5. Introduction 132M banking Devices 133The Role of Mobile Operators in M-Banking 134Banks Role in M-Banking 135Mobile Banking Technologies 136Future of M-Banking 136Advantages and Disadvantages for the Delivery Modes137Visa Teams With Monitise to Launch Mobile Banking Solutions 139Introduction 139M-banking Evolution 143M-banking Benefits 144E-Marketing and M-banking 145M-Banking Challenges 145Management Challenge 146Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) 149Introduction 149Passive RFID Technology 150Close Coupling Systems 151Remote Coupling Systems 151Long Range Systems 151Identification Process in Static Scenarios 153Frequency bands and regulations 153RFID Locating Systems 154Applications of RFID and NFC 156RFID Applications, and Deployment 156Ticketing System 157Payment Methods 158NFC in Mobile Devices 159NFC will Control other Connections. 159Mobile Phones Which Use NFC160Samsung Galaxy SII 162Nexus S4G from Sprint 163Samsung S5239 NFC (GT-5230N, Star, Avila, Player One, Tocco Lite) 163Nokia C7 Smartphone 163Sagam Wireless Cosyphone 163Sky Vega Racer by Pantech 163Samsung SHW-A170K 163Hedy 163Shanghai Simcom 163Motorolla MC75A HF 163Axia A306 163Casio IT-800RGC-35 163Devices that will Be Available in the Near Future 164The Joint Venture between AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon on Mobile Payment System 165The Future of NFC 166NFC Applications 166Introduction 166NFC in Automation and Logistics 167NFC in the Healthcare sector 167
  6. 6. Introduction 167Healthcare Issues 171RFID-Based Healthcare Applications 172RFID-Based Systems that are Already Successfully Implemented 173The Future of RFID, and NFC in the Health Care Sector 175M-commerce Market Forecast through 2016 176Market Potential for Mobile Phone Devices in Asia 178The Market for Mobile Phone Devices in Asia: 2011 – 2016 179Asia-Pacific Mobile Market 179Overview 179International Market and the Asia-Pacific Market 180Asia-Pacific Market Companies 183Market Overview 189Companies Strategies in the Asian-Pacific Market 191Summary 195Market Potential for Mobile Phone Devices in Europe 197The Market for Mobile Phone Devices in Europe: 2011 – 2016 198European Mobile Market 198Overview 198Mobile License Distribution 199European Market Analysis 207Analysis of the Major Operators in Europe (T-Mobile, Orange and Vodafone) 212Conclusion 216Market Potential for Mobile Phone Devices in Latin America 217Market for Mobile Phone Devices in Latin America: 2011 – 2016 218Latin American Mobile Market 219Introduction 219Historical Market Learnings 219The Market in 2004 220The Market in 2005 224The Market in 2006 225The Market in 2007 to 2010 227Conclusion 230Latest Market Research Reports:Next Generation Network Application Market Outlook and Business DriversMobile Commerce 360Wireless Emergency Services Research PackageNear Field Communications (NFC) Markets: Challenges, Opportunities, and Market Forecastto 2016About Us:ReportsnReports is an online library of over 75,000 market research reports and in-depthmarket research studies & analysis of over 5000 micro markets. We provide 24/7 online andoffline support to our customers. Get in touch with us for your needs of market researchreports.Follow us on Twitter: Facebook Page:
  7. 7. Contact:Mr. Priyank7557 Rambler road,Suite 727, Dallas, TX 75231Tel: +1-888-989-8004 EXT 106E-mail: sales@reportsandreports.comhttp://www.reportsnreports.comBlog: