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NBN - CWA 14838-2 - FACILITATING SMART CARD TECHNOLOGY FOR ELECTRONIC TICKETING AND SEAMLESS TRAVEL - PART 2: DEVELOPMENT OF SMART CARD BASED INTEROPERABLE TICKETING SYSTEMS Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-11-01
Description: The aim of CWA 14838-2:2003 is to provide guidelines on the elaboration of a business case for introducing an open smart card based e-ticketing scheme and procurement strategy.
DS/CWA 13849-2 - ACTIVEXFS INTERFACE SPECIFICATION - PART 2: ACTIVEXSF CARD READER OBJECT INTERFACE SPECIFICATION Organization: DS
Date: 2000-06-28
Description: This specification defines the properties, methods and events of the ActiveXFS Card Reader Control. This control provides funtionality to operate magnetic stripe and smart card readers/writers.
DS/CWA 13987-2 - SMART CARD SYSTEMS: INTEROPERABLE CITIZEN SERVICES: EXTENDED USER RELATED INFORMATION - PART 2: IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES Organization: DS
Date: 2004-05-10
Description: CWA 13987:2003 is likely to be of interest to any organisation or individual involved in smart card deployment, including providers of smart card enabled terminals for access to public services (Card Acceptors).
NBN - CWA 13987-2 - SMART CARD SYSTEMS: INTEROPERABLE CITIZEN SERVICES: EXTENDED USER RELATED INFORMATION - PART 2: IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-10-01
Description: CWA 13987:2003 is likely to be of interest to any organisation or individual involved in smart card deployment, including providers of smart card enabled terminals for access to public services (Card Acceptors).
DS/CWA 13987-3 - SMART CARD SYSTEMS: INTEROPERABLE CITIZEN SERVICES: EXTENDED USER RELATED INFORMATION - PART 3: GUIDELINES TO CREATING, OPERATING AND MAINTAINING AN INTEROPERABLE CARD COMMUNITY Organization: DS
Date: 2004-05-10
Description: CWA 13987:2003 is likely to be of interest to any organisation or individual involved in smart card deployment, including providers of smart card enabled terminals for access to public services (Card Acceptors).
NBN - CWA 13987-3 - SMART CARD SYSTEMS: INTEROPERABLE CITIZEN SERVICES: EXTENDED USER RELATED INFORMATION - PART 3: GUIDELINES TO CREATING, OPERATING AND MAINTAINING AN INTEROPERABLE CARD COMMUNITY Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-10-01
Description: CWA 13987:2003 is likely to be of interest to any organisation or individual involved in smart card deployment, including providers of smart card enabled terminals for access to public services (Card Acceptors).
NBN - CWA 13987-1 - SMART CARD SYSTEMS: INTEROPERABLE CITIZEN SERVICES: EXTENDED USER RELATED INFORMATION - PART 1: DEFINITION OF USER RELATED INFORMATION AND IMPLEMENTATION Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-10-01
Description: Note that the CAD is often referred to as the card reader, or regarded as an integral part of the user terminal, and the smart card to CAD interface is often referred to as the card edge specification.
DS/CWA 13987-1 - SMART CARD SYSTEMS: INTEROPERABLE CITIZEN SERVICES: EXTENDED USER RELATED INFORMATION - PART 1: DEFINITION OF USER RELATED INFORMATION AND IMPLEMENTATION Organization: DS
Date: 2004-05-10
Description: Note that the CAD is often referred to as the card reader, or regarded as an integral part of the user terminal, and the smart card to CAD interface is often referred to as the card edge specification.
DS/CWA 14838-3 - FACILITATING SMART CARD TECHNOLOGY FOR ELECTRONIC TICKETING AND SEAMLESS TRAVEL - PART 3: CATALOGUE OF TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS PROCESS REQUIREMENTS Organization: DS
Date: 2004-05-10
Description: It is intended for readers who require guidance and stimulation for drafting specifications for business and technical processes for smart card casedticketing schemes that are intended to be interoperable with other schemes according to the multi-operator scenarios and fare product types proposed in CWA 14838-1 and -2.
NBN - CWA 14838-3 - FACILITATING SMART CARD TECHNOLOGY FOR ELECTRONIC TICKETING AND SEAMLESS TRAVEL - PART 3: CATALOGUE OF TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS PROCESS REQUIREMENTS Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-11-01
Description: It is intended for readers who require guidance and stimulation for drafting specifications for business and technical processes for smart card based ticketing schemes that are intended to be interoperable with other schemes according to the multi-operator scenarios and fare product types proposed in CWA 14838-1 and -2.
SAE/TP - 2011-01-2714 - SMART MONITORING SYSTEM FOR AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2011-10-18
Description: The principal technological building blocks that the TRIADE project will provide are: • A low profile battery with high energy density which will be able to function in a harsh environment, • An energy harvester from vibration and electromagnetic RF, • Ultra low power sensors which will be designed in SOI technology, • A neural network for data recording and damage assessment. The smart tag will be the size of a credit card (dimension 85×55×4 mm) and will support remote sensors.
DS/CEN/TS 15480-5 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - EUROPEAN CITIZEN CARD - PART 5: GENERAL INTRODUCTION Organization: DS
Date: 2013-05-16
Description: Informative Annex A maps the relationship between the various parts of the ECC standard and other ISO/IEC standards relating to the card platform. 1.2 Scope of the ECC standard The European Citizen Card (ECC) standard addresses the difficulties presented to citizens when attempting to access various public services using a smart card as an access token. The scope of the ECC standard covers card capabilities and structures specified under the following headings: - Specific definition of minimum features (for example, card surface print structure). - Definition of optional features that may be required to provide the desired electronic services. - Specification of discovery mechanisms to allow supported and in-use card capabilities and features to be identified. - Besides covering the hardware and software of the card, the ECC standard also addresses interfaces to readers and servers through middleware components.
NBN - CEN/TS 15480-5 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - EUROPEAN CITIZEN CARD - PART 5: GENERAL INTRODUCTION Organization: NBN
Date: 2013-04-01
Description: 1.2 Scope of the ECC standardThe European Citizen Card (ECC) standard addresses the difficulties presented to citizens when attempting to access various public services using a smart card as an access token. The scope of the ECC standard covers card capabilities and structures specified under the following headings:- Specific definition of minimum features (for example, card surface print structure).
DIN CEN/TS 15480-5 - IDENTIFICATION CARD SYSTEMS - EUROPEAN CITIZEN CARD - PART 5: GENERAL INTRODUCTION (ECC-5); ENGLISH VERSION CEN/TS 15480-5:2013 Organization: DIN
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: The European Citizen Card (ECC) standard addresses the difficulties presented to citizens when attempting to access various public services using a smart card as an access token. The scope of the ECC standard covers card capabilities and structures specified under the following headings: - Specific definition of minimum features (for example, card surface print structure).
ANSI/INCITS 410 - INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY – IDENTIFICATION CARDS – LIMITED USE (LU), PROXIMITY INTEGRATED CIRCUIT CARD (PICC) Organization: ANSI
Date: 2015-05-19
Description: Purpose This Standard provides for LU-PICCs that are designed to satisfy the need for a minimal cost contactless smart card or an electronic paper ticket as a form of electronic media.
DS/CWA 14050-26 - EXTENSIONS FOR FINANCIAL SERVICES (XFS) INTERFACE SPECIFICATION - RELEASE 3.02 - PART 26: IDENTIFICATION CARD UNIT DEVICE CLASS INTERFACE - MIGRATION FROM VERSION 3.00 TO VERSION 3.02 - PROGRAMMER'S REFERENCE Organization: DS
Date: 2004-09-03
Description: There has been pressure from the market to fully support Smart/DIP card readers and card readers where there are chip cards which are permanently connected.
ASC/X9 - DSTU X9.108 - FINANCIAL TRANSACTION MESSAGES - ELECTRONIC BENEFITS TRANSFER (EBT) - WIC RETAILER INTERFACE STANDARD Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2005-04-06
Description: This standard defines a common set of Application Programming Interface (API) functions to access the WIC benefits on a smart card in the retailer environment; a common method (card discovery mechanism) to identify the issuer of the WIC EBT benefits and the WIC EBT scheme present on the smart card and, an interface to the card reader device that transmits and receives data from the WIC EBT smart card.
DS/CWA 15974 - INTEROPERABILITY OF THE ELECTRONIC EUROPEAN HEALTH INSURANCE CARDS (WS/EEHIC) Organization: DS
Date: 2009-08-10
Description: Note that the CAD is often referred to as the card reader, or regarded as an integral part of the user terminal, and the smart card to CAD interface is often referred to as the card edge specification.
NBN - CWA 15974 - INTEROPERABILITY OF THE ELECTRONIC EUROPEAN HEALTH INSURANCE CARDS (WS/EEHIC) Organization: NBN
Date: 2009-05-01
Description: Note that the CAD is often referred to as the card reader, or regarded as an integral part of the user terminal, and the smart card to CAD interface is often referred to as the card edge specification.
WILEY - LTE SECURITY - LTE SECURITY - 2ND EDITION Organization: WILEY
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: A concise, fully updated guide to the 3GPP LTE Security Standardization specifications Describes the essential elements of LTE and SAE Security, written by leading experts who participated in decisively shaping SAE/LTE security in the relevant standardization body, 3GPP Explains the rationale behind the standards specifications giving readers a broader understanding of the context to these specifications Includes new chapters covering 3GPP work on system enhancements for MTC, plus application layer security in ETSI TC M2M and embedded smart card in ETSI SCP;  Security for Machine-type Communication, Relay Node Security, and Future Challenges, including Voice over LTE, MTC,  Home base stations, LIPA/SIPTO, and New Cryptographic Algorithms Essential reading for System engineers, developers and people in technical sales working in the area of LTE and LTE security, communication engineers and software developers in mobile communication field Authors: Dan Forsberg, Gunther Horn, Wolf-Dietrich Moeller, Valtteri Niemi

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