ID WORLD International Congress: Peter Schmallegger

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Peter Schmallegger

Head of eGovernment Marketing, Product Line Secure Identity – NXP Semiconductors

Speaks at ID WORLD on Chip Security

Peter Schmallegger is Head of eGovernment Marketing responsible for the global marketing and implementation of IC (integrated circuit) solutions in the area of electronic passports and electronic identification documents such as national identification cards, electronic driving licenses and health cards. He is located in Gratkorn, Austria at the NXP headquarter for eGovernment and coordinates marketing strategy and individual projects with governmental authorities, secure printing houses, and system integrators in cooperation with NXP global sales force. Peter has more than 15 years of experience in the identification business where he held several management positions in development, operations and marketing. He holds a Masters degrees in Material Science and Engineering from the University of Leoben, Austria and he received an Executive MBA degree from International School of Management in Paris and New York.

“New generation of ICs for eGovernment applications – a new level of transaction speed, security and functionality for multi-application”

The market for eGovernment applications is a fast growing segment asking for dedicated product performance of smart card ICs. After the introduction of electronic passports, applications such as National IDs and citizen cards, electronic driving licenses, health cards, and high-security access cards are gaining substantial market momentum. The presentation will inform the audience on the evolution of the eGovernment market and applications and its future business potential and application requirements. At the same time it will educate on the latest advancements in chip technology and functionality, offering a new level of transaction speed, security and functionality. In addition it will show how new types of multi-application smart cards will be able to combine eGovernment applications with for example banking or public transport services in a single smart card.

 

Speaking on November 17


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