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Near Field Communication (NFC) Market by Product (IC/Chips, Tags, Readers & Auxiliary), Application (Payment, Transportation, Booking, Data Sharing, Service, Access Control, Health Care & Tag applications) & by Geography - Global Forecasts to 2022

NEW YORK, Aug. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Near Field Communication (NFC) Market by Product (IC/Chips, Tags, Readers & Auxiliary), Application (Payment, Transportation, Booking, Data Sharing, Service, Access Control, Health Care & Tag applications) & by Geography - Global Forecasts to 2022

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The Near Field Communication (NFC) technology is developing at a very high pace in the overall market. One of the greatest advantages of this technology is that it utilizes less power than the other wireless technologies. This technology has been commercialized in many products, which operate in three modes, namely, card emulation, reader emulation, and peer-to-peer. This technology can be compatible with the existing contactless card infrastructure and this also enables a consumer to utilize one device across multiple systems.

The NFC market is currently witnessing a rapid growth in all its verticals. The NFC market is driven by the increasing trend of mobile commerce. Another driver for this market is that the NFC Forum and GSMA are pushing forward the NFC standard at global level. This report gives an in-depth analysis of the NFC market that includes market by product, market by application and market by geography.

The NFC market is segmented on the basis of three major parts, namely, market by product, application, and geography. The market by product gives in-depth analysis of IC/chips, tags, readers, micro SD cards, SIM cards, and mobile covers. The application segment is divided into eight major types namely, payment, transportation, ticket booking, data sharing, service, access control, healthcare, and tag applications. By geography this market is divided based on different geographic locations - Americas, Europe, APAC, and ROW.

This market is expanding globally and the major market for the NFC ecosystem lies in America. The other regions Europe, APAC and ROW follow the American terms of the NFC market. This report gives an in depth analysis of the major drivers, restraints, and opportunities for this market. Also, a competitive landscape of the major players in the NFC ecosystem is very well illustrated.

The major players in this field includes: Broadcom (U.S.), Inside Secure (France), Infineon Technologies (Germany), MediaTek (Taiwan), NXP Semiconductors ( Netherlands), Renesas (Japan), Samsung Electronics (South Korea), Sony Corporation (Japan), STMicroelectronics (U.S.), Texas Instruments (U.S.), and Gemalto (Netherlands).
This report focuses on giving a detailed view of NFC with respect to the product market, with detailed market segmentations, combined with a qualitative analysis of each and every aspect of the classifications. The NFC market has been divided into three major verticals products, applications, and geography. The product vertical is sub-divided into IC/chips, tags, readers, micro SD cards, SIM cards, and covers. The application vertical has been further sub-divided into payment, transportation, booking, service, data sharing, access control healthcare, and tag applications. The geography has been sub-divided into Americas, Europe, APAC, and ROW. Payment application has the largest market share in terms of value for 2013. Apart from the demand side market drivers, the report also analyzes the supply side drivers.

1 INTRODUCTION 21

1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 21
1.2 REPORT DESCRIPTION 22
1.3 MARKETS COVERED 22
1.3.1 MONETARY CHAIN 24
1.4 STAKEHOLDERS 25
1.5 REPORT ASSUMPTIONS 25
1.5.1 GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS 25
1.5.2 REPORT ASSUMPTIONS 26
1.6 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 28
1.6.1 MARKET SIZE 30
1.6.2 MARKET CRACK DOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION 31
1.6.3 KEY DATA FROM SECONDARY SOURCES 31
1.6.4 KEY DATA FROM PRIMARY SOURCES 32
1.6.5 LIST OF COMPANIES COVERED DURING THE REPORT 33

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 34

2.1 INTRODUCTION 34
2.2 SYNOPSIS 35

3 COVER STORY 41

4 MARKET OVERVIEW 44

4.1 EVOLUTION OF NFC SYSTEM 45
4.2 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION 46
4.3 INDUSTRY LIFECYCLE 51
4.4 PRICE TRENDS IN NFC MARKET 52
4.5 COMPARISION OF NFC WITH OTHER WIRELESS TECHNOLOGIES 53
4.5.1 BLUETOOTH 56
4.5.2 WI-FI 56
4.5.3 WIMAX 56
4.5.4 GSM 56
4.6 NFC STANDARDS 57
4.7 NFC USAGE 59
4.7.1 GSMA 59
4.7.2 STORE LOGISTICS AND PAYMENT (STOLPAN) 60
4.8 EMERGING TRENDS IN NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION MARKET 61

5 MARKET ANALYSIS 62

5.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 62
5.1.1 DRIVER 62
5.1.1.1 Adoption of smart home appliances and smart healthcare services 63
5.1.1.2 Emerging trend of mobile commerce 63
5.1.1.3 Enhanced user experience and trust amongst contactless card technologies 63
5.1.1.4 Growth in production of NFC-enabled mobile phones 64
5.1.1.5 Use of cost effective, small in size, and power efficient element silicon in chips 64
5.1.2 RESTRAINTS 65
5.1.2.1 Short range communication 65
5.1.2.2 Indifference and disputes between key players in the value chain 65
5.1.2.3 Only Proprietary standards 66
5.1.3 OPPORTUNITIES 67
5.1.3.1 Integrated IC supporting NFC, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi 67
5.1.3.2 Online and In-store payment in retail 67
5.1.3.3 Growing need of connectivity between different devices 68
5.1.4 BURNING ISSUES 68
5.1.4.1 Lack of consumer awareness 68
5.1.4.2 Need of intermediaries gateway for mobile payment (not an end-to-end technology) 69
5.1.5 WINNING IMPERATIVES 71
5.1.5.1 Innovation in payment methods in emerging economies 71
5.1.5.2 Strategic coalition across value chain 71
5.2 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODEL 73
5.2.1 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 74

5.2.2 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 75
5.2.3 SUPPLIER'S BARGAINING POWER 76
5.2.4 BUYER'S BARGAINING POWER 77
5.2.5 DEGREE OF COMPETITION 78
5.3 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 79
5.3.1 NFC EQUIPMENT 80
5.3.2 MOBILE PHONE (SMARTPHONE) 80
5.3.3 TELECOM OPERATOR 80
5.3.4 MOBILE PAYMENT GATEWAY/TRUSTED SERVICE MANAGERS 81
5.3.5 BANK/CREDIT CARD (COMPANY) 81

6 TECHNOLOGY 82

6.1 INTRODUCTION 83
6.2 MODES OF OPERATION IN NFC 84
6.2.1 CARD EMULATION 84
6.2.2 READER EMULATION 85
6.2.3 PEER-TO-PEER 87

7 PRODUCTS MARKET 89

7.1 INTRODUCTION 90
7.2 NON-AUXILIARY PRODUCTS 92
7.2.1 NFC IC/CHIPS 93
7.2.2 NFC TAGS 97
7.2.3 NFC READERS 102
7.3 AUXILIARY PRODUCTS 104
7.3.1 NFC MICRO SD CARDS 105
7.3.2 NFC SIM/UICC CARDS 109
7.3.3 NFC COVERS 112

8 APPLICATIONS MARKET 116

8.1 INTRODUCTION 117
8.2 PAYMENT (TRANSACTION) 118
8.2.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 118
8.2.1.1 Drivers 118
8.2.1.1.1 Need of quick and error free operation in business 118
8.2.1.1.2 Secure money transaction in business 118
8.2.1.1.3 Reduced time consumption 119
8.2.1.2 Restraints 119
8.2.1.2.1 Consumer ignorance and indifference regarding the NFC technology 119
8.2.1.2.2 Underdeveloped Point of Sales (POS) infrastructure 119
8.2.1.3 Opportunities 120
8.2.1.3.1 Growth in the retail sector 120
8.2.1.3.2 Adoption of NFC technology in PC/laptop market 120
8.2.2 PEER-TO-PEER 120
8.2.3 RETAIL 122

8.2.3.1 Mobile commerce/Online payment/Banking 123
8.2.3.2 Point of Sale 123
8.3 TRANSPORTATION 126
8.3.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 127
8.3.1.1 Drivers 127
8.3.1.1.1 Growing trend of cashless payment 127
8.3.1.1.2 Very reliable technology 127
8.3.1.2 Restraints 128
8.3.1.2.1 Uncertainty regarding the proper usage of the technology 128
8.3.1.3 Opportunities 128
8.3.1.3.1 Growing air-traffic and usage of e-ticket 128
8.3.2 RAIL, METRO, AND BUS TICKETS 129
8.3.3 AIRLINE TICKETS & BOARDING PASSES 131
8.3.3.1 Passenger check-in 132
8.3.3.2 Baggage check-in 132
8.4 BOOKING 135
8.4.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 135
8.4.1.1 Drivers 135
8.4.1.1.1 Replacement of old technology 135
8.4.1.2 Restraints 136
8.4.1.2.1 Secure data transfer 136
8.4.1.3 Opportunities 136
8.4.1.3.1 Utilization of NFC in the healthcare segment 136
8.4.2 TAXI/CAB 136
8.4.3 HOTEL 137
8.4.4 ENTERTAINMENT & EVENTS 137

8.5 DATA SHARING 139
8.5.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 140
8.5.1.1 Drivers 140
8.5.1.1.1 Growing trend of social networking 140
8.5.1.1.2 Selective branding only for potential customers 141
8.5.1.2 Restraints 141
8.5.1.2.1 Limited storage capacity in NFC tags 141
8.5.2 SOCIAL NETWORKING 141
8.5.3 DOWNLOAD/SHARING (MUSIC, GAMES, AND APPLICATIONS) 142
8.6 SERVICE 143
8.6.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 143
8.6.1.1 Drivers 143
8.6.1.1.1 Spontaneous buying nature of customers 143
8.6.1.2 Restraints 143
8.6.1.2.1 Safety of smart posters 143
8.6.2 IDENTIFICATION 143
8.6.3 LOYALTY – MEMBERSHIPS 144
8.6.4 SMART ADVERTISEMENT/SMART POSTERS 144
8.7 ACCESS CONTROL 146
8.7.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 147
8.7.1.1 Drivers 147
8.7.1.1.1 Acceptance of keyless access 147
8.7.1.2 Restraints 147
8.7.1.2.1 Lack of trust regarding technology among the users 147
8.7.2 PHYSICAL ACCESS 147
8.7.3 TIME & ATTENDANCE 147

8.8 NFC IN HEALTHCARE 150
8.8.1 MARKET DYNAMICS 151
8.8.1.1 Drivers 151
8.8.1.1.1 Rising number of players in NFC healthcare space 151
8.8.1.1.2 Increasing shipments of NFC-enabled smart phones 151
8.8.1.1.3 Government support for implementation of NFC 151
8.8.1.2 Restraints 151
8.8.1.2.1 Short data transmission range and low operational speed 151
8.8.1.2.2 Limited awareness of NFC 152
8.8.1.3 Opportunities 152
8.8.1.3.1 Privacy and Data Security 152
8.8.2 PHARMACEUTICALS & BIOTECH 152
8.8.3 MEDICAL DEVICES 153
8.8.3.1 Patient monitoring 153
8.8.3.2 Medical Imaging 153
8.8.3.3 Medical Implants 153
8.8.4 HOSPITALS 154
8.8.5 NFC TAG APPLICATIONS 159
8.8.6 NFC TAG TYPES 161
8.8.7 MARKET DYNAMICS 162

8.8.7.1 Drivers 162
8.8.7.1.1 Easy to use 162
8.8.7.1.2 To facilitate easy way of communication 162
8.8.7.1.3 Best customer satisfaction 162
8.8.7.2 Restraints 162
8.8.7.2.1 Security to smart poster tag located in public places 162
8.8.7.2.2 Environmental malicious threats 163
8.8.7.3 Opportunities 163
8.8.7.3.1 At airports for efficient handling of baggage 163
8.8.7.3.2 Control of home automation system with NFC tags 163
8.8.8 NFC TAG APPLICATIONS 164
8.8.9 NON-PAYMENT 164
8.8.10 INFOTAINMENT 166
8.8.11 SMART ADVERTISEMENT 167
8.8.12 CHECK-IN (ACCESS CONTROL/PHYSICAL ACCESS) 169

9 GEOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS 171

9.1 INTRODUCTION 172
9.2 AMERICAS 173
9.2.1 NORTH AMERICA 178
9.2.1.1 U.S. 181
9.2.1.2 Canada 182
9.2.1.3 Mexico 182
9.2.2 SOUTH AMERICA 183
9.3 EUROPE 186
9.3.1 U.K. 190
9.3.2 GERMANY 191
9.3.3 France 192
9.3.4 ITALY 192
9.3.5 REST OF EUROPE 192
9.4 ASIA-PACIFIC 193
9.4.1 JAPAN 198
9.4.2 SOUTH KOREA 198
9.4.3 CHINA 199
9.4.4 INDIA 199
9.5 REST OF THE WORLD 200

10 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 204

10.1 INTRODUCTION 204
10.2 KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES 204
10.3 COMPETITIVE ANALYSIS 205
10.3.1 LEADING MARKET PLAYERS 205
10.3.2 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT 206
10.3.3 PARTNERSHIP/CONTRACT/AGREEMENT AND JOINT-VENTURES 214
10.3.4 MERGERS AND ACQUISITION 221
10.3.5 CONTRACTS & AWARDS 222

11 COMPANY PROFILES 224 (Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development)*

11.1 BROADCOM CORP 224
11.2 GEMALTO NV 235
11.3 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES CO. LTD 241
11.4 INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES AG 246
11.5 INSIDE SECURE 251
11.6 MEDIATEK INC. 256
11.7 NXP SEMICONDUCTORS 263
11.8 RENESAS ELECTRONICS CORP. 275
11.9 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO. LTD. 283
11.10 ST MICROELECTRONICS N.V 289
11.11 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS 301
*Details on Overview, Products and Services, Financials, Strategy & Development might not be Captured in case of Unlisted Companies.

LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1 GENERAL ASSUMPTIONS CONSIDERED IN THIS REPORT 25
TABLE 2 YEAR-WISE & FORECAST ASSUMPTIONS FOR NFC MARKET 26
TABLE 3 BASE YEAR ASSUMPTIONS 27
TABLE 4 ELITE PLAYERS COVERED DURING THE STUDY 33
TABLE 5 GLOBAL NFC MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNICAL MODE,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 36
TABLE 6 NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT TYPE, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 37
TABLE 7 NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 38
TABLE 8 NFC MARKET SIZE, BY END-PRODUCT TYPE, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 39
TABLE 9 GLOBAL NFC MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 40
TABLE 10 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY COMPARISON TABLE 54
TABLE 11 WIRELESS COMMUNICATION OPERATIONAL COMPARISON TABLE 55
TABLE 12 COMPARISON OF VARIOUS NFC STANDARDS 58
TABLE 13 IMPACT ANALYSIS 62
TABLE 14 IMPACT ANALYSIS 65
TABLE 15 IMPACT ANALYSIS 67
TABLE 16 NFC CARD EMULATION MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 85

TABLE 17 NFC READER EMULATION MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 86
TABLE 18 NFC PEER-TO-PEER MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 88
TABLE 19 GLOBAL NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 92
TABLE 20 NFC IC/CHIP MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNICAL MODES,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 94
TABLE 21 NFC CHIP/IC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 95
TABLE 22 NFC CHIP/IC MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 96
TABLE 23 NFC TAG MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 100
TABLE 24 NFC TAG MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 101
TABLE 25 NFC READER MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 102
TABLE 26 NFC READER MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 103
TABLE 27 NFC MICRO SD MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNICAL MODES,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 107
TABLE 28 NFC MICRO SD MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 108

TABLE 29 NFC MICRO SD MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 109
TABLE 30 NFC SIM MARKET SIZE, BY TECHICAL MODES, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 110
TABLE 31 NFC SIM MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 111
TABLE 32 NFC SIM MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 112
TABLE 33 NFC COVER MARKET SIZE, BY TECHNICAL MODES,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 113
TABLE 34 NFC COVER MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 114
TABLE 35 NFC COVER MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 115
TABLE 36 NFC PAYMENT (TRANSACTION) APPLICATION MARKET SIZE,
BY PRODUCT, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 125
TABLE 37 NFC PAYMENT (TRANSACTION) APPLICATION MARKET SIZE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 126
TABLE 38 NFC TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS APPLICATION MARKET SIZE,
BY PRODUCT, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 133
TABLE 39 NFC TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS APPLICATION MARKET SIZE,
BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 134
TABLE 40 NFC BOOKING APPLICATION MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 138
TABLE 41 NFC BOOKING APPLICATION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 139
TABLE 42 NFC SERVICE APPLICATIONS MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 145
TABLE 43 NFC SERVICE APPLICATIONS MARKET SIZE , BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 146
TABLE 44 NFC ACCESS CONTROL APPLICATIONS MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 148

TABLE 45 NFC ACCESS CONTROL APPLICATIONS MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 149
TABLE 46 NFC DEVICES DESCRIPTION USED IN HOSPITALS 154
TABLE 47 NFC HEALTHCARE APPLICATIONS MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 158
TABLE 48 NFC HEALTHCARE APPLICATIONS MARKET SIZE ,BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 159
TABLE 49 NFC TAG: NON-PAYMENT APPLICATION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 165
TABLE 50 NFC TAG: INFOTAINMENT APPLICATION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 166
TABLE 51 NFC TAG: SMART POSTER APPLICATION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 168
TABLE 52 NFC TAG: CHECK–IN APPLICATION MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 170
TABLE 53 AMERICAS: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY GEOGRAPHY,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 173
TABLE 54 AMERICAS: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013 – 2022 ($MILLION) 175
TABLE 55 AMERICAS: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 176
TABLE 56 AMERICAS NFC TAG MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 177
TABLE 57 NORTH AMERICA: NFC PRODUCTS MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY
2013 –2022 ($MILLION) 178
TABLE 58 NORTH AMERICA: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013 – 2022 ($MILLION) 179
TABLE 59 NORTH AMERICA: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 180
TABLE 60 SOUTH AMERICA: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT,
2013 – 2022 ($MILLION) 184

TABLE 61 SOUTH AMERICA: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 185
TABLE 62 EUROPE: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 187
TABLE 63 EUROPE: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 188
TABLE 64 EUROPE: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 189
TABLE 65 EUROPE NFC TAG MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 190
TABLE 66 APAC: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY COUNTRY, 2013 – 2022 ($MILLION) 195
TABLE 67 APAC: NFC MARKET SIZE , BY PRODUCT, 2013 – 2022 ($MILLION) 196
TABLE 68 APAC: NFC MARKET SIZE , BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 197
TABLE 69 ROW: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY PRODUCT, 2013 – 2022 ($MILLION) 202
TABLE 70 ROW: NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 203
TABLE 71 TOP 5 PLAYERS: NFC MARKET–2013 206
TABLE 72 NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY IN NFC MARKET 206
TABLE 73 MERGERS AND ACQUISITIONS IN NFC MARKET 221
TABLE 74 CONTRACTS & AWARDS IN THE NFC MARKET 222

LIST OF FIGURES

FIGURE 1 MARKET SEGMENTATION OF NFC 23
FIGURE 2 NFC INDUSTRY MONETARY CHAIN 24
FIGURE 3 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY FOR NFC MARKET 29
FIGURE 4 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGY 30
FIGURE 5 MARKET CRACKDOWN AND DATA TRIANGULATION FOR NFC MARKET 31
FIGURE 6 EVOLUTION OF NFC TECHNOLOGY 45
FIGURE 7 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION 46
FIGURE 8 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY PRODUCT 47
FIGURE 9 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY APPLICATION 48
FIGURE 10 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY TECHNOLOGY 49
FIGURE 11 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY GEOGRAPHY 50
FIGURE 12 NFC INDUSTRY LIFECYCLE, 2009 - 2022 51
FIGURE 13 PRICE TREND FOR NFC PRODUCTS, 2010–2016 52
FIGURE 14 COMPARISON OF COVERAGE AREA FOR DIFFERENT WIRELESS COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES 53
FIGURE 15 NFC STANDARDS 57
FIGURE 16 NFC STANDARDS RELATIONSHIP MATRIX 66

FIGURE 17 NFC MOBILE PAYMENT SYSTEM 70
FIGURE 18 NFC DATA TRANSFER SYSTEM 70
FIGURE 19 INSIDE SECURE, INTEL, AND MASTERCARD ALLIANCE 72
FIGURE 20 STAKEHOLDER'S STRUCTURE, ISIS MOBILE WALLET 72
FIGURE 21 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODEL ANALYSIS FOR NFC MARKET - 2013 73
FIGURE 22 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS IN THE NFC MARKET– 2013 74
FIGURE 23 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES IN THE NFC MARKET – 2013 75
FIGURE 24 SUPPLIER'S BARGAINING POWER IN THE NFC MARKET – 2013 76
FIGURE 25 BUYER'S BARGAINING POWER IN THE NFC MARKET– 2013 77
FIGURE 26 DEGREE OF COMPETITION IN THE NFC MARKET – 2013 78
FIGURE 27 VALUE CHAIN OF NFC 79
FIGURE 28 NFC MODES OF OPERATION 84
FIGURE 29 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY PRODUCT 90
FIGURE 30 COMPARISON OF VARIOUS CONTACTLESS PAYMENT METHODS 91
FIGURE 31 NFC TAG COMMUNICATION BLOCK DIAGRAM 97
FIGURE 32 MARKET POTENTIAL MATRIX TAG APPLICATIONS VS. GEOGRAPHY, 2013 98
FIGURE 33 MARKET POTENTIAL MATRIX TAG APPLICATIONS VS. GEOGRAPHY, 2014 99
FIGURE 34 NEAR FIELD COMMUNICATION AUXILIARY PRODUCTS 104
FIGURE 35 NFC ENABLED SD CARD BLOCK DIAGRAM 105

FIGURE 36 EXPECTED NFC SD CARDS LIFE CYCLE 106
FIGURE 37 GLOBAL NFC MARKET SIZE, BY APPLICATION, 2013–2022 ($MILLION) 117
FIGURE 38 PEER-TO-PEER PAYMENT SYSTEM 121
FIGURE 39 RETAIL PAYMENT 122
FIGURE 40 MOBILE PAYMENT PROCESS THROUGH NFC 123
FIGURE 41 OPERATING SYSTEM OF POINT OF SALE 124
FIGURE 42 NFC TRANSPORTATION APPLICATIONS 127
FIGURE 43 INCREASE IN AIRLINE PASSENGERS 128
FIGURE 44 TRAIN TICKET BOOKING PROCEDURE THROUGH NFC 129
FIGURE 45 AIRLINE TICKET BOOKING THROUGH NFC 131
FIGURE 46 BOOKING THROUGH THE NFC TECHNOLOGY 135
FIGURE 47 DATA SHARING 140
FIGURE 48 PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAM FOR ACCESSING WEBPAGE USING NFC 141
FIGURE 49 DATA SHARING APPLICATION OF NFC 142
FIGURE 50 CUSTOMER-PROMOTER INTERACTION USING SMART POSTERS 144
FIGURE 51 NFC IN HEALTHCARE APPLICATION 150
FIGURE 52 GLOBAL NFC MARKET SIZE, BY TAG APPLICATION,
2013–2022 ($MILLION) 160
FIGURE 53 NFC TAG TYPES 161
FIGURE 54 NFC TAG APPLICATIONS 164
FIGURE 55 OPERATION OF NFC SMART POSTERS 167
FIGURE 56 NFC MARKET SEGMENTATION 172
FIGURE 57 AMERICAS SEGMENTATION, BY REGION 174
FIGURE 58 EUROPE MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY COUNTRY 186
FIGURE 59 APAC MARKET SEGMENTATION, BY COUNTRY 194
FIGURE 60 KEY GROWTH STRATEGIES OF NFC MARKET 205

FIGURE 61 BROADCOM SUBSIDIARIES 224
FIGURE 62 BROADCOM CORPORATION: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 225
FIGURE 63 BROADCOM CORPORATION: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 226
FIGURE 64 BUSINESS SEGMENTS OF BROADCOM 227
FIGURE 65 SWOT ANALYSIS: BROADCOM CORP 232
FIGURE 66 GEMALTO N.V.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 235
FIGURE 67 GEMALTO N.V.: PRODUCT & SERVICES 236
FIGURE 68 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES: SUBSIDIARIES 241
FIGURE 69 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 242
FIGURE 70 HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 243
FIGURE 71 INFINEON TECHNOLOGIES: SUBSIDIARIES 246
FIGURE 72 INFINEON: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 247
FIGURE 73 INFINEON: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 248
FIGURE 74 INSIDE SECURE: SUBSIDIARIES 251
FIGURE 75 INSIDE SECURE: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 252
FIGURE 76 INSIDE SECURE: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 253
FIGURE 77 MEDIATEK: SUBSIDIARIES 256
FIGURE 78 MEDIATEK INC.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 257
FIGURE 79 MEDIATEK INC.: PRODUCT PORTFOLIO 258
FIGURE 80 MEDIATEK INC.: SWOT ANALYSIS 260

FIGURE 81 NXP SEMICONDUCTORS: SUBSIDIARIES 263
FIGURE 82 NXP SEMICONDUCTORS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 264
FIGURE 83 NXP SEMICONDUCTOR: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 265
FIGURE 84 NXP SEMICONDUCTOR: HIGH PERFORMANCE MIXED SIGNAL APPLICATION 266
FIGURE 85 NXP SEMICONDUCTORS N.V.: SWOT ANALYSIS 272
FIGURE 86 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: SUBSIDIARIES 275
FIGURE 87 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 276
FIGURE 88 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 277
FIGURE 89 RENESAS ELECTRONICS: SWOT ANALYSIS 280
FIGURE 90 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS: SUBSIDIARIES 284
FIGURE 91 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 285
FIGURE 92 SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO.: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 286
FIGURE 93 STMICROELECTRONICS: SUBSIDIARIES 289
FIGURE 94 STMICROELECTRONICS N.V.: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 291
FIGURE 95 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 292
FIGURE 96 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: SENSE & POWER AND AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS SEGMENT 293
FIGURE 97 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: EMBEDDED PROCESSING SEGMENT 295
FIGURE 98 STMICROELECTRONICS NV: SWOT ANALYSIS 298
FIGURE 99 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS: SUBSIDIARIES 301
FIGURE 100 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS: COMPANY SNAPSHOT 303
FIGURE 101 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS: PRODUCTS & SERVICES 304
FIGURE 102 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC.: SWOT ANALYSIS 307

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