Transport ticketing requirements have evolved significantly over the last years - from transaction security to multi-application needs and the possibility to integrate mobile ticketing to an existing environment. NXP's MIFARE® products have consistently been able to meet these requirements and strongly establish an excellent reputation as the leading contactless solution delivering convenience, flexibility and scalability. Over 1,000 business partners including application developers, service and solution providers, system integrators and card manufacturers make up the open MIFARE community and ecosystem. MIFARE DESFire EV2 is the next-generation of MIFARE ICs with highest security level (EAL5+ Common Criteria certification) for hardware and software. Its enhanced key management makes it the ideal multi-application platform for unlimited applications.

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Transport ticketing requirements have evolved significantly over the last years - from transaction security to multi-application needs and the possibility to integrate mobile ticketing to an existing environment. NXP's MIFARE® products have consistently been able to meet these requirements and strongly establish an excellent reputation as the leading contactless solution delivering convenience, flexibility and scalability. Over 1,000 business partners including application developers, service and solution providers, system integrators and card manufacturers make up the open MIFARE community and ecosystem. MIFARE DESFire EV2 is the next-generation of MIFARE ICs with highest security level (EAL5+ Common Criteria certification) for hardware and software. Its enhanced key management makes it the ideal multi-application platform for unlimited applications.

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What you will Learn

MIFARE DESFire EV2 (MF3D(H)x2) Features

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Introduction to NXP Identification & Security
    • 1.1| Overview of Secure Boot
    • 1.2| The Added Value of Secure Boot
    • 1.3| Verifying Code Before Execution
    • 1.4|
    • 1.5|
  • Part 2| The Code Signing Tool
    • 2.1|
    • 2.2|
    • 2.3|
  • Part 3| Secure Boot Process Overview
    • 3.1| The Boot Process (LS2)
    • 3.2| The Flash Layout
    • 3.3| The Service Processor Boot ROM
    • 3.4| The GPP Boot ROM
    • 3.5| Secure Boot Errors in Production Environment
    • 3.6| Secure Boot Errors in Development Environment
  • Part 4| Chain of Trust (ESBC)
    • 4.1| Ensuring the Chain of Trust
    • 4.2| The U-Boot Chain of Trust
    • 4.3| Extending Secure Boot to User Space
  • Part 5| Hardware & Software Preparation for Secure Boot
    • 5.1| The Security Fuse Processor
    • 5.2| The Security Fuse Processor
    • 5.3| Provisioning the Fuses
  • Part 6| Header Creation
    • 6.1| Required Images for Secure Boot
    • 6.2| Steps 1-3
    • 6.3| Steps 4 & 5
  • Part 7| ARM TrustZone
    • 7.1| Execution Modes & Secure Firmware (The Primary Protection Application)
    • 7.2| The Component Load Sequence & Boot Execution w/ Secure Firmware
    • 7.3| The Trust Boot Flow

MIFARE® has  a 50% market share in access, but it can do much more than that. Additionally to granting physical and logical access to employees and students MIFARE can be your solution for micropayment an loyalty - all in one. Through NFC functionality your app can even read out data and store new data to a MIFARE card. Holistic user experience - just a tap away.

About This Course

MIFARE® has  a 50% market share in access, but it can do much more than that. Additionally to granting physical and logical access to employees and students MIFARE can be your solution for micropayment an loyalty - all in one. Through NFC functionality your app can even read out data and store new data to a MIFARE card. Holistic user experience - just a tap away.

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What you will Learn

Mutual interests and benefits of campus cards

Course Outline

  • Part 1| Campus Cards & Smart Mobility
    • 1.1| MIFARE Demand
    • 1.2| The Challenge of Smart Mobility
  • Part 2| Mutual Interest & Benefits
    • 2.1| Benefits of Smart Mobility
    • 2.2| Requirements & Student Needs
  • Part 3| Efficient Deployment of Smart Mobility Applications
    • 3.1| Enabling Smart Mobility - Integration in Campus Cards
    • 3.2| Deploying Smart Mobility
  • Part 4| Convergence with NFC
    • 4.1| NFC Compliance
    • 4.2| The NFC & MIFARE SDK
  • Part 5| Reference Cases
    • 5.1| Bike Sharing - Next Bike
    • 5.2| Car Sharing - Zip Car & Car2go

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