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Indian Smart Card Market Report & Forecast: 2011-2016

IMARC
Published Date » 2011-12-01
No. Of Pages » 85
     
 
 India, which has historically been lagging    behind the West and other major Asian countries in the use of smart  cards, is currently at the threshold of a revolution. Smart cards are  not only rapidly replacing paper and magnetic stripe cards wherever they  are in use but have also started penetrating into sectors that had  remained untapped so far.  
   
 Till recently, the telecom sector has been the only prominent user of  smart cards in the country. The picture is now undergoing a radical  change.  Driven by a number of public and private initiatives, the use  of smart cards is getting more and more diversified. During 2011-2016,  we expect smart cards to percolate into a number of other sectors such  as credit/debit cards, financial inclusion, public...
Table of Content

1. Research Methodology & Market Definitions

2. Executive Summary

3. Why is the Indian Smart Card Market so Lucrative?
3.1 India’s Large Population Provides a Huge Consumer Base for Mass Market Applications
3.2 E-Governance Initiatives by the Central & State Governments to Create Huge Opportunities
3.3 Modernization of the Transportation Systems will Expand Smartcard Usage
3.4 Untapped Retail & Banking Sectors
3.5 Growth in the Country’s GSM Subscribers will Drive Demand in the Telecom Sector
3.6 Adoption of Smart Cards in Identity Management is Increasing

4. Challenges Faced by the Indian Smart Card Market
4.1 Technical & Bureaucratic Delays
4.2 Infrastructure Constraints
4.3 Limited Awareness
4.4 Declining Prices

5. Indian Smart Card Market Performance
5.1 Current Trends
5.2 Market Forecast

6. Market Analysis by Applications
6.1 Telecommunication
6.1.1 Overview
6.1.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.3 National Population Register
6.3.1 Overview
6.3.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.4 Financial Services
6.4.1 Credit/Debit Cards
6.4.1.1 Overview
6.4.1.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.4.2 Financial inclusion
6.4.2.1 Overview
6.4.2.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.4.3 PAN Cards
6.4.3.1 Overview
6.4.3.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.5 Travel Identity
6.5.1 E-Passports
6.5.1.1 Overview
6.5.1.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.5.2 Driving License
6.5.2.1 Overview
6.5.2.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.5.3 Registration Certificates
6.5.3.1 Overview
6.5.3.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.6 Automatic Fare Collection
6.6.1 Metro Rail Projects
6.6.1.1 Delhi Metro
6.6.1.2 Kolkata Metro
6.6.1.3 Bangalore Metro
6.6.1.4 Mumbai Metro
6.6.1.5 Hyderabad Metro
6.6.1.6 Chennai Metro
6.6.1.7 Other Metro Projects
6.6.2 Bus Transportation
6.6.2.1 Ahmedabad Bus Rapid Transport System
6.6.2.2 BEST & NMMT
6.6.3 Indian Railways
6.7 Public Distribution Systems
6.7.1 Overview
6.7.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.8 Health Care
6.8.1 Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana
6.8.1.1 Overview
6.8.1.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast
6.8.2 Ex-Servicemen Contributory Health Scheme
6.8.2.1 Overview
6.8.2.2 Smart Card Sales & Volume: Current Trends & Forecast

7. About IMARC Group

List of Tables

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List of Figures


Figure 3 1: India: Breakup of Cash & Electronic Transactions by Volume (in %), 2009-10
Figure 5 1: India: Smart Cards Market: Smart Card Volumes, (in Millions), 2008 - 2010
Figure 5 2: India: Smart Cards Market: Smart Card Values, (in Million INR), 2008 - 2010
Figure 5 3: India: Smart Cards Market: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-2016
Figure 5 4: India: Smart Cards Market: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2011-2016
Figure 5 5: India: Smart Cards Market Forecast: Volume Breakup by Segment, (in %), 2011-2016
Figure 5 6: India: Smart Cards Market Forecast: Value Breakup by Segment, (in %), 2011-2016
Figure 6 1: India: Mobile Subscribers, (in Millions), 2005-2010
Figure 6 2: India: Telecom Sector: Smart Card Volumes, (in Millions), 2005-2010
Figure 6 3 : India: Telecom Sector: Smart Card Values, (in Million INR), 2005-2010
Figure 6 4: India: Telecom Sector: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-2016
Figure 6 5 : India: Telecom Sector: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2011-2016
Figure 6 6 : India: Total & 18+ Population, (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 7 : India: National Population Register Project: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Millions), 2013-2016
Figure 6 8 : India: National Population Register Project: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2013-2016
Figure 6 9: India: Credit & Debit Cards in Circulation, (in Millions), 2004-05 - 2010-11
Figure 6 10 : India: Credit & Debit Cards in Circulation Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-12 - 2016-17
Figure 6 11 : India: Banking Services: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 12 : India: Banking Services: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2010-2016
Figure 6 13 : India: Microfinance Customers, (in Millions), 2006-07 - 2010-11
Figure 6 14 : India: Microfinance Customers Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-12 - 2016-17
Figure 6 15 : India: Number of MGNREGA Job Cards Issued (in Millions), 2006-07 - 2010-11
Figure 6 16 : India: Financial Inclusion: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2010 - 2016
Figure 6 17 : India: Financial Inclusion: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2010 - 2016
Figure 6 18 : India: PAN Cards: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Millions), 2012-2016
Figure 6 19 : India: PAN Cards: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2012-2016
Figure 6 20 : India: E-Passports: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2012-2016
Figure 6 21 : India: E-Passports: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2012-2016
Figure 6 22 : India: Driving License: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 23 : India: Driving License: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2010-2016
Figure 6 24 : India: Vehicle Registration Certificates: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 25 : India: Vehicle Registration Certificates: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2010-2016
Figure 6 26 : India: Delhi Metro Daily Passengers, (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 27 : India: Delhi Metro: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 28: India: Delhi Metro: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2010-2016
Figure 6 29 : India: Kolkata Metro Daily Passengers, (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 30 : India: Kolkata Metro: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-2016
Figure 6 31 : India: Kolkata Metro: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2011-2016
Figure 6 32 : India: Bangalore/Namma Metro Daily Passengers, (in Millions), 2011-2016
Figure 6 33 : India: Bangalore Metro / Namma Metro: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-2016
Figure 6 34 : India: Bangalore Metro / Namma Metro: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2011-2016
Figure 6 35 : India: Mumbai Metro Daily Passengers, (in Millions), 2012-2016
Figure 6 36: India: Mumbai Metro: Smart Card Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2012-2016
Figure 6 37 : India: Mumbai Metro: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2012-2016
Figure 6 38 : India: Hyderabad Metro Daily Passengers, (in Millions), 2013-2016
Figure 6 39 : India: Hyderabad Metro: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Million), 2013-2016
Figure 6 40 : India: Hyderabad Metro: Smart Card Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2013-2016
Figure 6 41 : India: Chennai Metro Daily Passengers, (in Millions), 2013-2016
Figure 6 42 : India: Chennai Metro: Smart Cards Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2013-2016
Figure 6 43 : India: Chennai Metro: Smart Cards Market Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2013-2016
Figure 6 44 : India: Ahmedabad BRTS Daily Passengers, (in 000s), 2011-2016
Figure 6 45 : India: Ahmedabad BRTS: Smart Cards Volume Forecast, (in 000s), 2012-2016
Figure 6 46 : India: Ahmedabad BRTS: Smart Cards Market Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2012-2016
Figure 6 47 : India: BEST & NMMT: Smart Cards Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2011-2016
Figure 6 48 : India: BEST & NMMT: Smart Cards Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2011-2016
Figure 6 49 : India: Indian Railways: Smart Cards Volume Forecast, (in Millions), 2010-2016
Figure 6 50 : India: Indian Railways: Smart Cards Value Forecast, (in Million INR), 2010-2016
Figure 6 51 : India: Number of Ration Cards in Circulation, (in Millions), 2006-2010
Figure 6 52 : India: Ration Cards: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Millions), 2011 to 2016
Figure 6 53 : India: Ration Cards: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2011 to 2016
Figure 6 54 : India: RSBY Project: Smart Card Volume (in Millions), 2008-2010
Figure 6 55 : India: RSBY Project: Smart Card Value (in Million INR), 2008-2010
Figure 6 56 : India: RSBY Project: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in Millions), 2011-2013
Figure 6 57 : India: RSBY Project: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2011-2013
Figure 6 58 : India: ECHS Project: Smart Card Volume (in 000s), 2003-2010
Figure 6 59 : India: ECHS Project: Smart Card Volume Forecast (in 000s), 2011-2016
Figure 6 60 : India: ECHS Project: Smart Card Value (in Million INR), 2003-2010
Figure 6 61 : India: ECHS Project: Smart Card Value Forecast (in Million INR), 2011-2016

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