Join NFC World, the GSMA and industry experts to find out about delivering standardised MIFARE ticketing services on NFC devices.
This online event took place on Thursday 21 May 2015. You can watch the webinar by pressing the “play webcast” button in the window below.
Download the slides
This 29-page document is available free of charge to NFC World+ Knowledge Centre members (PDF format, 2MB).
What does this webinar cover?
MIFARE contactless technology has been widely adopted, particularly within the transport and access sectors, and is now ready to cross over from cards and tickets to mobile devices.
The GSMA and the MIFARE4Mobile Industry Group have worked with industry experts on new GSMA MIFARE4Mobile Implementation Guidelines that offer guidance on interoperability and standardisation between MIFARE transport ticketing implementations on NFC-enabled devices.
This “Tap to travel” webinar will give you deep insight into the guidelines, including details on technical considerations for implementation and information on delivering consistent user experiences.
This free to attend, 45-minute webinar offers a unique opportunity to learn from domain experts with real-world experience of delivering NFC-based ticketing services.
You’ll also hear best practice recommendations and learn about preferred implementation options, and find out about the migration path from existing mobile MIFARE solutions to MIFARE4Mobile.
This webinar is of benefit to anyone working in transportation, mass transit, ticketing and access control, public transport, large venues and more — anyone, in fact, who would like to learn more about how future ticketing solutions can move from paper and plastic to secure solutions on mobile devices.
About our sponsor
The GSMA represents the interests of mobile operators worldwide, uniting nearly 800 operators with more than 250 companies in the broader mobile ecosystem, including handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and internet companies, as well as organisations in adjacent industry sectors.
The GSMA also produces industry-leading events such as Mobile World Congress, Mobile World Congress Shanghai and the Mobile 360 Series conferences.
Ajay Rambocus, GSMA
Ajay is a technical specialist working in the GSMA’s digital commerce programme where he is responsible for developing technical requirements, specifications and guidelines for NFC payments, transport and retail solutions.
Ajay has specialised in NFC for the last eight years, with an emphasis on transport systems. Before joining the GSMA, Ajay worked for Cubic Transportation Systems designing and developing the card acceptance reader for Transport for London’s open payment solution.
Antonio Aranda, MIFARE4Mobile Industry Group
For more than 25 years Antonio Aranda has been responsible for the international development and deployment of new SIM card based products for Gemalto. He currently focuses on public transport applications of NFC, in particular related to MIFARE technology.
Antonio is responsible for Gemalto’s MIFARE4Mobile products and is representing the MIFARE4Mobile Industry Group at this webinar.
Davide Pratone, Telecom Italia
Davide is the senior project manager in Telecom Italia’s strategy and innovation department, where he is responsible for the design and development of transport and access services using NFC technology.
He was responsible for and worked closely on transport trials with ATM Milano, Lombardia Trenord and, more recently, with TPER, ANM and Start. Davide chairs ETSI’s Smart Card Platform REQ group and the GSMA’s SIM NFC subgroup and also has numerous patents on SIM technology.
This item is part of Transit Ticketing Today.