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RFID in Russia, CIS, Baltic States 2012-2022

IDTechEx
Published Date » 2012-01-01
No. Of Pages » 203

This report analyses RFID supply and use in Russia and 15 surrounding countries. These countries have total population comparable to that of Russia but little more than one third of Russia's Gross Domestic product GDP in total and RFID use and potential in total. 

They are the Baltic States, CIS and, because of its RFID potential, Bulgaria ie Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Ukraine. Since Russia has larger present and future demand than all the others put together and, unlike the other countries, it is a world leader in some aspects and seeking to be a world leader in others, we look particularly closely at it, including providing ten year forecasts by application and detailed comparison of its present and future RFID applications with the global situation and global forecasts from IDTechEx. For example, Russia is already global leader in use of RFID ticketing and seeks to become leader in postal RFID use.

Overall, our research has involved interviews, recent conference presentations, web searches and examination of the world's largest searchable database of RFID projects, the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase which is updated continuously and currently covers 4,390 case studies involving 123 countries, 4435 organisations and 770 associated slideshows and audio recordings.


All the territories covered in this report have RFID projects but the only type common to all of them is RFID passports. Several activities involve RFID devices monitored and passing between many of these countries - notably passports, RFID monitoring of the post for performance and transfer of funds, intermodal container security and tracking and the NATO supply lines to Afghanistan. This report contains the only up to date, detailed analysis of the supply, use and potential of RFID in Russia and 15 surrounding states. 

It identifies the four most important applicational categories and gives detailed analysis of the global and particularly Russian trends. Since governments are behind most of the success in RFID with laws and financing from passports to livestock tagging and military uses, making RFID largely recession proof, what are they planning in this region? How do the populations and GDP compare and what does that mean for RFID including the new applications in the natural resources sector? Which suppliers are most successful now and which are most impressive for the future in staffing, financing and product plans? Will imports be replaced with local supply? What are the favoured applications, hardware and service suppliers, frequencies, tag shapes and positions and other aspects in Russia, Moldova and so on? What will they be in future? To what specifications? Why is apparel tagging a leading subsector? How does Passenger Transport & Automotive compare with Land & Sea Logistics, Postal or other sectors such as Leisure, Sports? It is all here. 

For the largest market in the region - Russia - the tag shapes, frequencies, positions, applications, read vs read write, active vs passive and project status are compared with the same graphs for the projects in the world as a whole. 

This is facts-based RFID analysis, where IDTechEx is the acknowledged world leader. For Russia, new ten year forecasts are revealed by units, unit value and market value for tags for 20 applicational sectors and active vs passive. Value for RFID systems in Russia is also forecasted and an estimate is made for the total market value over the coming decade in the other regions surveyed, taken as a whole.
Table Of Content

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

1.1. Sources of information
1.2. Importance of Russia
1.3. Leading indicators of RFID success
1.4. Common interests
1.5. Distribution of projects by country and application
1.6. Leaders and laggards
1.7. The most important applications and formats for this region
1.8. Ten year forecasts and trends

2. INTRODUCTION

3. RFID PROJECTS
3.1. Many countries
3.1.1. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation's (NATO), supply chain/ assets, pallet/ case, items, Worldwide
3.2. Armenia
3.2.1. Passports, Armenia
3.3. Azerbaijan
3.3.1. Mastercard, Azerbaijan
3.3.2. Passports, Azerbaijan
3.4. Belarus
3.4.1. Passports-Belarus
3.5. Bulgaria
3.5.1. Bulgaria passport
3.5.2. Chelopech Mine people Bulgaria
3.5.3. Staff SA apparel Bulgaria, Romania, China and Greece
3.6. Estonia
3.6.1. Eesti Post, letter delivery monitoring item level, Estonia
3.6.2. Estonia Ministry of Defense, fingerprint ID, Estonia
3.6.3. K-rauta people Estonia
3.6.4. Passports, Estonia
3.7. Georgia
3.7.1. Passports-Georgia
3.8. Kazakhstan
3.8.1. Conference security passes Kazakhstan
3.8.2. General Prosecutor's office assets Kazakhstan
3.8.3. Passports-Kazakhstan
3.8.4. Truck cargo seals Kazakhstan
3.9. Kyrgyzstan
3.9.1. Hotel Resort Caprice, guests Kyrgyzstan
3.9.2. Passports Kyrgyzstan
3.10. Latvia
3.10.1. Latvijas Pasts, letter delivery monitoring, item level, Latvia
3.10.2. Passports, Latvia
3.10.3. Riga Marathon, people, Latvia
3.11. Lithuania
3.11.1. Artilux NMF, pallets, Lithuania
3.11.2. Lietuvos Pastas, letter delivery monitoring item level, Lithuania
3.11.3. Passport card Lithuania
3.11.4. SC Freda furniture Lithuania
3.11.5. Truck Cargo seals Lithuania
3.11.6. Vilnius University Library assets Lithuania
3.12. Moldova
3.12.1. Passports, Moldova
3.13. Russia
3.13.1. Aeroexpress tickets Russia
3.13.2. Afghanistan logistics route assets Russia
3.13.3. Demonstration Railcar Russia
3.13.4. Eren Holding apparel Russia
3.13.5. Forestry Russia
3.13.6. Future Shop Russia
3.13.7. K-rauta people Russia
3.13.8. Lada immobiliser Russia
3.13.9. Lukoil NFC payment Perm Russia
3.13.10. Mad Max Sportswear Russia
3.13.11. Megafon mobile phones Russia
3.13.12. Moscow Airport Shuttle Service mobile phones Russia
3.13.13. Moscow ski passes cards Russia
3.13.14. Moscow transport card Russia
3.13.15. Moskovskaya Sotovaya Svyaz mobile phones Russia
3.13.16. MTS mobile phones Russia
3.13.17. NFC Posters labels Moscow
3.13.18. Novosibirsk card Russia
3.13.19. NP Collection apparel Russia
3.13.20. Passports, Russia
3.13.21. Railways Russia
3.13.22. Russia Post postal items Russia
3.13.23. Russian Government ID card Russia
3.13.24. Siberian State Medical University assets Russia
3.13.25. Ski Passes Caucusas cards Russia
3.13.26. Ski passes Elborus cards Russia
3.13.27. Sochi cards Russia
3.13.28. St Petersburg card Russia
3.13.29. St Petersburg Metro NFC Russia
3.13.30. SUE Moscow Social Register tickets Russia
3.13.31. Twenty libraries, books Russia
3.13.32. VimpelCom mobile phones Russia
3.13.33. X5 Retail Group consumer goods Russia
3.14. Tajikstan
3.14.1. Passport, Tajikstan
3.15. Turkmenistan
3.15.1. Passports, Turkmenistan
3.16. Ukraine
3.16.1. Passports-Ukraine
3.17. Uzbekistan
3.17.1. Passports, Uzbekistan

4. RFID SUPPLIERS IN RUSSIA
4.1. CJSC ERFID
4.2. IBM/ Complex Medical Information Systems
4.3. Plastic Logic
4.4. RFIDEXPERT
4.5. R-ID
4.6. RST Invent
4.7. RTL-Service
4.8. RUSNANO-Galileo
4.9. Sitronics and Mikron
4.10. SP Print
4.11. Systematica
4.12. Tendo

5. MARKET STATISTICS AND FORECASTS
5.1. RFID in Europe, Middle East and Africa EMEA
5.2. Ten year forecasts and trends

APPENDIX 1: GLOBAL MARKETS, FORECASTS, MARKET DRIVERS AND SUPPLIERS FOR APPAREL RFID

APPENDIX 2: RFID SOLUTION PROVIDERS

APPENDIX 3: EPCGLOBAL AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS

APPENDIX 4: GLOSSARY

APPENDIX 5: IDTECHEX PUBLICATIONS AND CONSULTANCY

List of Tables

1.1. Distribution of applications in our case studies
1.2. Characteristics of the main applicational sub markets over the coming decade
1.3. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
1.4. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
1.5. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.6. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions units
1.7. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.8. Total value of the market for RFID tags and systems in Russia in millions of US dollars 2012-2022
2.1. Population of countries covered in this report as estimated in July 2011
2.2. GDP in 2010 of countries covered in this report.
2.3. Characteristics of the main applicational sub markets
5.1. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
5.2. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
5.3. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
5.4. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions units
5.5. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
5.6. Total value of the market for RFID tags and systems in Russia in millions of US dollars 2012-2022

List of Figures

1.1. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
1.2. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
1.3. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.4. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions units
1.5. Total market for RFID tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars
1.6. Total value of the market for RFID tags and systems in Russia in millions of US dollars 2012-2022
1.7. Top Ten Countries by number of case studies in the IDTechEx RFID Knowledgebase
1.8. Number of case studies by tag location - worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.9. Number of case studies by project status - worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.10. Number of case studies active vs passive - worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.11. Number of case studies by frequency - worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.12. Number of case studies read-only vs read/write- worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.13. Number of case studies by applications- worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
1.14. Number of case studies by tag shape- worldwide (left) and Russia only (right)
2.1. Forecast of Russian GDP
2.2. Catalyst of innovation in Russia
2.3. Some significant potential RFID projects in Russia
2.4. Examples of Russian leadership in RFID
3.1. Armenia passport with symbol for RFID version
3.2. Azerbaijan passport
3.3. Belarus RFID passport
3.4. Bulgarian RFID passport
3.5. European Union RFID passport used in Estonia
3.6. Gemalto passport tag
3.7. Georgia RFID passport
3.8. Kazakhstan RFID passport
3.9. The earlier non-RFID Kyrgyzstan passport
3.10. Latvia RFID passport
3.11. Lithuania RFID passport
3.12. Information page of Lithuanian RFID passport
3.13. Moldova RFID passport
3.14. First implementation in October 2011
3.15. Project "Future Shop"
3.16. Both sides of the Moscow transport card
3.17. Sitronics NFC labels front and reverse
3.18. Both sides of the Novosibirsk transport card
3.19. Gemalto, the world's largest supplier of RFID labels into passports
3.20. Russian RFID passport
3.21. St Petersburg card
3.22. Tajikstan passport before RFID
3.23. Turkmenistan RFID passport
3.24. Ukraine RFID passport
3.25. Uzbekistan passport
4.1. Plastic Logic flexible E-Ink electrophoretic display with printed organic transistor backplane
4.2. RST-Invent visitor guide
4.3. Tablet computer with embedded RFID tags
4.4. JSC Mikron - cycle of production
4.5. Sitronics Microelectronic Solutions HF RFID inlay as used in RFID cards and tickets and similar to its library tag
4.6. Sitronics UHF RFID inlay similar to the popular Alien technology squiggle tag in the USA that is widely used for pallets, cases and large items
5.1. Passive tag market in Russia 2012-2022 in millions
5.2. Ex-factory price of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in US cents
5.3. Market value of passive tags in Russia 2012-2022 in millions of US dollars

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