Paper Ticketing for Smart Cities 9. November 2012

In 2017, more than 1 billion disposable smart paper tickets will be used per year, most of them based on the MIFARE Ultralight family. Examples of smart paper ticketing are used to explain the key drivers for use of smart paper ticket adoption and give an outlook into the future.The presentation will focus on the market drivers, key customer needs, security concepts and how this is supported by NXP:

  • Smart cities of tomorrow & the adoption of disposable tickets for additional services
  • Security concepts – end-to-end system security and smart ticket security
  • Details of the successor of MIFARE Ultralight, MIFARE Ultralight EV1 – launch November 2012


Join our webinar on November 15th!

  • November 15th 2012 – EMEA/APAC session


  • November 15th 2012 – Americas session



Markus Luidolt – Senior Marketing Manager MIFARE, NXP Semiconductors

Markus Luidolt is the Senior Global Marketing Manager in the NXP Business Unit Identification, responsible for the MIFARE Classic


and MIFARE Ultralight


product families focused on the public transportation market and is involved in the Semiconductor RFID business since more than 10 years. He is located in Graz at the NXP development centre for contacless smart card technologies. With a team of business development and account managers he supports individual projects with leading transport operators, system integrators, reader and card manufacturers and a regular speaker at conferences. Markus’s has a degree in electronics from Werkschulheim Felbertal, a private secondary school near Salzburg, Austria in addition to a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

Martin Liebl – Product Manager MIFARE, NXP Semiconductors

Martin Liebl is responsible product manager for the MIFARE Ultralight




Classic product families within NXP’s Business Unit Identification. Martin gained experience in contactless smart card and smart ticket IC products as well as their application for public transport in various positions ranging from development, project and product management over the last 9 years. He is as well located in Graz at the NXP development centre for contactless smart card technologies. He is responsible for defining next generation MIFARE ICs, closely working together with leading system integrators, inlay and card manufacturers and public transport authorities. Martin holds a master degree in electrical engineering from the Technical University Graz.