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Ticketing @ ID WORLD

28 November – Room AlfaOmega

Stadium entry to many sports or music events normally involves visitors passing their tickets through electronic readers that check the validity. Today millions of passengers in the world are also starting to use public transit via RFID enabled ticket or cards.

What are the advantages of the different advanced automatic identification technologies used for mass transit ticketing applications?

How can these new technologies enhance the user experience and transform back-end processes in the transportation, tourism and event industries?


Scope:

This conference focuses on delivering and managing user credentials in a quicker way while preserving safety.

Sessions:

Automatic fare collection in mass transit applications
Identification in the world of transportation
Access control for events: old and new issues
Future developments in leisure and tourism

Tuesday, November 28th, 2006


Opening

– Detllef Houdeau (Member of ID Working Group – Eurosmart)

Session 1 – Automatic fare collection in mass transit applications

– Massimo Bellossi (Head of Electronic & Magnetic Strip Ticketing System – ATM Milanese Transport Authority))
“SBME – Milan Electronic Ticketing System”

– Martin Gruber (Segment Marketing Manager for Automatic Fare Collection AFC/Public Transport – NXP Semiconductors)
“Transportation – a booming market for contactless smart cards”

– Patrick Sure (Marketing Product Manager – ASK)
“City mobility cards”

Coffee Break

Session 2 – Identification in the world of transportation

– Thierry Roz (RFID Business Unit Manager – EM Microelectronic)
“Electronic vehicle identification goes passive”

– Daniel Ohst (Service Manager, Security – Toll Collect)
“Lessons learned from the German toll collection system”

Lunch

Session 3 – Access control for events: old and new issues

– Richard Pinnick (Head of International Business Development – Fortress GB)
“Multi-application smart cards: sports and leisure case studies”

– Dr. Tilo Pannenbäcker (Director Chip Card & Security Ics – Infineon Technologies)
“The future of contactless technologies in entertainment applications”

– Speaker to be announced

Coffee Break

Session 4 – Future developments in leisure and tourism

– Bill Gemmell (Managing Director – Guest Technologies Europe)
“Steamboat Springs – Deployment of RF enabled skier services”

– Gregor Ponert (Head of Device Development, Skidata)
“Combining the convenience of established mass access control solutions with the security of fingerprint authentication”

– Speaker to be announced

End of Conference Sessions



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