- Government ID
- Enterprise ID
Blackberry (Research In Motion)
Bell ID supports BlackBerry in operating as a Trusted Service Manager by providing a flexible yet stable software engine that supports the management of high volumes and high throughput of multi-application tokens. Bell ID software architecture excels in real time data preparation and OTA application lifecycle management for any form factor Secure Element and proves to provide true Carrier Grade software. The implemented system supports multiple deployment modes, several SE form factors and types, and supports innovative NFC services. Bell ID ensures future proof inter TSM interoperability by adhering to GlobalPlatform Messaging standards for NFC services.
Bell ID’s token management solution enables MeaWallet to establish itself as a TSM; a neutral entity that coordinates the technical and business relationships of multiple stakeholders – mobile network operators (MNOs) and service providers such as banks, ticketing agencies and other issuing authorities – to deliver and maintain services on mobile devices. This includes the provision of applications such as payment, loyalty and transport to end-users.
CPI Card Group, North America
Using Bell ID’s Trusted Service Manager (TSM) software solution, CPI is on track to assume the role of a TSM and to support mobile network operators (MNO’s) and service providers such as banks and transit organizations to deploy mobile NFC services, such as providing the personalisation of NFC secure elements and the secure provisioning of applications ‘over-the-air’ to any NFC enabled mobile handset, both pre and post-issuance. CPI offers the largest secure and commercial production network in North America and is the leading commercial provider in the UK.
VALID and Bell ID have partnered to enable the hosted provisioning and management services for secure mobile contactless applications (NFC). The joint solution leverages Bell ID’s market proven, high volume security, application and key lifecycle management systems within the certified and secure operations environment, managed by VALID in Brazil. VALID manufactures, personalizes, and distributes smart cards for Brazilian banks, financial organisations and telecom operators, with a significant sales presence and operational expertise in the region.
Roda JC Football Club, NL
A trial for mobile ticketing was launched at the Roda JC football club in the Netherlands and ran for the duration of one season. 50 supporters were using their phones not only for entering the stadium but also for purchasing food and goods at the stalls and club shop. Roda JC, in partnership with KPN, Philips, Bell ID, SmartPoint and KNVB ClubSupport have been investigating the extent to
which NFC technology can be used for “mobile ticketing” to replace traditional methods for distributing and managing physical tickets and cards.
SABB, Saudi Arabia
Bell ID® EMV Token Manager has enabled SABB to gain a maximum return on investment through efficient and reliable EMV data preparation, central and instant issuance of chip cards and the ability to expand with features such as EMV scripting and support for mobile payments using NFC technology.
SEB Group, Sweden
Bell ID provides card, application and key management as part of SEB’s SEPA compliancy. The solution facilitates the issuance of millions of EMV compliant debit and credit cards as well as providing a comprehensive key management system, data preparation and perso bureau management functionality. SEB’s in-house EMV script processing is fully integrated with Bell ID® EMV Token Manager.
BancABC selected Bell ID’s card management software to perform central issuance of Visa EMV credit, debit and prepaid cards for all the five operating countries using South African personalisation bureaux. For subsequent phases, the flexible Instant Issuance solution offers the capability of distributing personalisation services across various locations in the regions, depending on the changing and increasing demands for its card products. Further options include the issuance of multi-application cards, post-issuance personalisation i.e. loading of added value card applications, NFC payments and dynamic EMV risk management on cards (EMV scripting).
Home Trust, Canada
Home Trust uses Bell ID’s EMV PIN change application, Bell ID® I-PIN®, to allow its EMV cardholders to securely choose and change their PIN online via Home Trust’s website, using a PC/SC smart card reader issued by Home Trust. The solution also allows cardholders to unblock their PIN online if card access has been suspended temporarily, following entry of a wrong PIN on multiple occasions.
Universal Payment Services, Kuwait
UPS uses Bell ID® EMV Token Manager for basic EMV data preparation and for the issuance of EMV cards for bank customers. For strategic reasons, UPS selected a flexible Smart Card Management System to be prepared for the future and to offer extended card services. UPS can utilise the system for changing chip content of EMV cards post issuance. Changing chip content can be required for changing card PIN, writing new EMV scripts into cards or placing added value applications onto already issued cards. Bell ID® EMV Token Manager is a fully vendor independent system and allows UPS to issue any brand of smart cards for their customers.
ICICI Bank, India
ICICI Bank has selected Bell ID’s EMV solution, enabling the bank to migrate to EMV card issuance. In the future, the bank will use the card and application management system for other projects within the banking group, by adding extra functionality such as EMV scripting and post issuance personalisation.
Canada Tire Financial Services, Canada
Bell ID has delivered its EMV smart card management solution, enabling the bank to migrate its card base from magnetic stripe to MULTOS step one EMV chip cards. The solution leverages the LDAP capabilities and profits from Bell ID’s comprehensive web services interfaces, facilitating the integration with core retail banking systems including the customer service and IVR operations. In line with the bank’s business plans, a number of additional Token Manager features will be enabled as part of a phased implementation approach. These include the multi-application server, post issuance personalisation module and EMV Scripting solution.
Investec Private Bank, South America
Selected by Investec Private Bank to implement its EMV Token Manager solution. Investec uses the solution to manage the lifecycle of its new chip-based credit cards, cryptographic keys and on-card applications. The platform can easily be upgraded to manage multi-application cards and post issuance personalisation functionalities.
The Bell ID® EMV Token Manager solution for CUETS combines the management of card, key and application life-cycles with EMV script processing used for the generation, management and delivery of scripts to update cards dynamically after issuance (post-issuance personalisation), and for secure management of offline payment risk. The solution, which facilitates the issuance of millions of EMV-compliant MULTOS StepOne cards, further provides a comprehensive key management system, data preparation functionality and a platform for post-issuance personalisation.
Bell ID, in partnership with Tieto Enator, has implemented its Token Manager solution at First Investment Bank, a leading Bulgarian bank. The solution provides EMV compliancy for the bank’s card portfolio. Token Manager provides a platform for post-issuance EMV scripting and for the issuance and management of multi-application smart cards at a later stage. In total, 1 million cards have been issued.
Qatar National ID Card
In partnership with Protech and QPGI, Bell ID has been selected to provide smart card management software to support the life-cycle management of Qatar’s National ID card. The project includes the use of digital certificates, finger, face and iris biometrics to provide fast and reliable verification of an individual’s identity. The platform acts as the central component of the project. In addition to managing the life-cycle of the cards and all cryptographic keys, it informs all appropriate parties as to the status of the cards’ applications.
Macao National ID Card
Bell ID implemented its Identity Token Manager for the Government of the former Portuguese colony Macao, China. 540,000 forgery-proof smart ID cards have been issued to Macao citizens, providing secure access to a wide range of electronic government services, in addition to serving as an official ID document. The post issuance personalisation module enables secure loading, modification and deletion of functionality, while the key management module provides the generation and management of cryptographic keys for additional security. Furthermore, the system is equipped with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
Houses of Parliament, The Netherlands
Bell ID has delivered life-cycle management solutions of the multi-application ID card for members, staff and visitors of the Dutch Houses of Parliament. The cards carry both a contactless Mifare chip and a contact chip, initially performing automated access control. Future applications include electronic purse, PC and network log-on and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
Ministry of Defence, The Netherlands
Bell ID developed a multifunctional smart card system for the Dutch Ministry of Defence, enabling secure and efficient issuance and management of electronic identity cards for military staff. The ID cards replace traditional paper passports for Defence staff and serve as an official ID document. The cards cater for multiple applications, including visual ID, access control, electronic payment and quota control on tax-free purchases. Over 80 applications for the card have been defined and over 200,000 cards have been issued to Army, Air Force, Navy and office staff. This implementation won the first-ever Golden Chip Card Award at the Dutch National Chip Card Congress in 1998.
Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
Schiphol Amsterdam Airport’s “Privium” service programme for frequent travellers includes automated border control based on smart card and iris scan technology, priority parking and priority check-in facilities. Passengers from the European Economic Area countries are entitled to membership and have biometric data stored on a personalised smart card for identification purposes. The Bell ID® Identity Token Manager enables the personalisation of the card and chip and the management of the cryptographic keys for securing this process.
Bell ID has delivered a multi-application ID card system to Stena Line for issuing ID cards to employees, contractors and port authorities. The solution includes an online interface to Bell Security’s Pacom physical access system. All data is managed centrally in Sweden, whereas enrolment and personalisation of the cards is done locally (United Kingdom, The Netherlands, Northern Ireland and Scandinavia).
The Boeing Corporation launched a multi-application smart ID card scheme, involving the roll-out of over 200,000 cards to staff globally. Boeing selected Bell ID® Identity Token Manager as the software platform for life-cycle management of the cards and the supported applications. The ID cards, printed with the cardholders’ photographs and personal data, are used for secure log-on to the company network, e-mail signing and encryption, access control, and electronic purse. The new scheme builds on Boeing’s existing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).
Bell ID® Identity Token Manager enables Heineken, one of the largest beverage manufacturers in the world, to issue and manage contactless Mifare smart cards for all staff and visitors. Cards include up to eight applications, supporting access control for all company sites in The Netherlands, cashless vending, time and attendance registration, petrol payment and an automated laundry application. With the Post-Issuance Personalisation (PIP) module, Heineken can easily update the content of issued cards without the need to revoke or replace them.
KPN acquired Bell ID’s Identity Token Manager to manage the life-cycle of multi-application company cards. 60,000 smart ID cards, including a magnetic stripe, a Mifare contactless chip and a contact chip, have been issued to staff and visitors. The cards support cashless vending and various access control systems across the company. Additionally, they cater for future applications such as secured access to the company’s computer network.
Bell ID has delivered a multi-application secure ID system to Hutchison Ports. The cards are being issued to thousands of port employees, contractors and hauliers for both visual ID and secure access to the port grounds. An online interface to Bell Security’s Pacom certifies that all cardholders are issued with cards that contain their specific access control templates.
Royal Dutch Football Association
Bell ID’s software serves as a turnkey platform for all 37 professional football clubs in The Netherlands, enabling them to issue and manage multi-application smart ID cards for spectators and staff. The new smart cards serve as season tickets and/or Club Cards and they replace approximately 700,000 magnetic stripe and barcode cards. Bell ID signed a contract with the Royal Dutch FA, which advises on and manages the larger part of ticket sales and access control procedures and systems within the Dutch professional football leagues.
Schiphol Amsterdam Airport
Bell ID enables Schiphol Amsterdam Airport to manage the life-cycle of 80,000 multi-application smart cards for staff working at the airport’s premises. The cards include two contactless chips for access control and cashless vending and a contact chip for storing biometric data (iris scan). The solution includes Post-Issuance Personalisation (PIP) for updating on-card applications after cards have been issued.
Bell ID facilitated the issuance and management of approximately 11 million PKI-based ID cards for social insurance purposes as part of the Austria e-Card. Citizens across the nation were issued a smart card, while some 30,000 medical professionals received a similar card with specific privileges. The solution included PKI certificates and complied with strict signature laws. Web-based Post-Issuance Personalisation (PIP) enabled the card issuer to change on-card data via their own e-portal.
Information Centre for Health Care Practitioners, NL (UZI Card)
The Dutch Information Centre for Health Care Practitioners (CIBG) is an enforcement agency of the Ministry of Health. It is responsible for regulating secure data communication between medical staff across the nation. Bell ID, in co-operation with its business partner PinkRoccade, implemented Bell ID® Identity Token Manager, enabling CIBG to issue and manage ID cards equipped with RSA Keon PKI certificates. The cards are used for identification and authorisation of medical staff and pharmacists, and for digital signing of e-mails.
King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals, Saudi Arabia
Bell ID and Bell Security implemented a multi-application smart ID card scheme for the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM). The solution includes Bell ID® Identity Token Manager, Bell Group’s Pacom access control system (securing access to 28 buildings spread across 900 acres of University grounds), fingerprint recognition, electronic purse, library applications, and use of the medical centre. The University issued 20,000 cards to students, staff and visitors.
University of Warwick, UK
The University of Warwick uses the Bell ID® Identity Token Manager for central management of their Membership Catalogue, comprising 30,000 smart ID cards for students, staff and visitors. The system is available for authorised operators throughout the University via a standard web browser, enabling decentralised registration of cardholders, their entitlements to the use of applications available, and status changes of cards and cardholders.
Northumbria University, UK
Bell Security Scotland and Bell ID implemented a smart ID card solution for 35,000 students and staff at Northumbria University. The cards are equipped with a contactless Mifare chip and a magnetic stripe, and they combine visual ID, access control and library functionality. The scheme combines Bell ID’s Identity Token Manager and Bell Group’s Pacom access control management system, covering four campuses in Newcastle and Carlisle.