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The 5th General Meeting and The Seminar were held on May 26, 2015 in Jeju, Korea

 

1. Time & Date

   May 26, 2015 (Tue.) 10:00 - 18:00

2. Place

   Lotus Hall, Jeju Shilla Hotel in Jeju, Korea

3. Schedule

   (1) 10:00 ~ 12:00 AICF General Meeting

   (2) 12:00 ~ 14:00 AICF General Meeting and Lunch

   (3) 14:00 ~ 18:00 AICF Seminar

   (4) 18:30 ~ 20:30 Banquet

 

4. General Meeting

(1) Participants�F

     Japan:     Yoshiki Shibata (Maebashi Institute of Technology, AICF Secretariat)

                 Joong-Sun Lee (Tokyo Institute of Technology)

     Korea:     Ho-Hyeorn Han (NIPA)

                 Ki-Han Lee (Seoul Women's University)

                 Kyo-il Chung (ETRI)

                 Na-Kyung Nam (Seoul National University IC Card R&D Center)

     Singapore: LIN Yih (Digital Applied Research and Technology)

                 Joe LEE C S (EZ-Link)

 

(2) Agenda                                                    

- Change of the Chairperson (proposal from Japan)

> Japan suggested change of the Chairperson.

> Korea nominated Mr.Ho-Hyeorn Han of NIPA (National IT Industry Promotion Agency) as a candidate. 

> All the participants consented to the Korea�fs nomination and elected Mr.Han to the next Chairperson.

> The term of the Chairperson is two years starting from May 27 2015 till 2017 AICF General Meeting.

> The Secretariat moves to Korea with the chairpersonship, and the procedure is expected to complete with one month.

 

- Delegate of the member country (proposal from Singapore)

> Even in one member country, multiple organizations which are pertinent to the issues under discussion are to be invited to join AICF, while the Head-Of-Delegation (HOD) keeps the status quo in Japan, Korea, and Singapore respectively.

> Mobile should be included in the scope of AICF. GP(Global Platform) has been also tackling actively issues of mobile. It is indispensable technical element in the current service overall.

> All the participants agreed with the above proposals. Thus it was decided to amend the By Law along the proposals. All the members are to scrutinize the By Law and bring their revisions to the next Steering Committee meeting for discussion. The amendment will be officially adopted in the 2016 General Meeting.

 

- Setup of Transport Card WG in AICF (proposal from Korea)

> Prof.Ki-Han LEE proposed to discuss setting up a transport card WG in AICF. He explained current movement of the Transportation Working Group (TPT-WG41) which seemed to start discussing the feasibility of a new transport card commonly used in the APEC countries. Prof.Ki-Han LEE�fs proposal was to keep up with the movement. He was going to attend the Card Side Meeting held within the APEC TPT-WG41 Meeting during from 26 to 29 May, where he would intend to introduce the activities of AICF and the issues discussed so far.

> All the participants consented to the Prof.Ki-Han LEE�fs proposal and decided to discuss more about setting up the transport card WG in the Steering Committee held in autumn. According to the conclusion in the Steering Committee, the transport card WG would be formally approved in 2016 General Meeting.

 

- Future Plan

> The Steering Committee meeting was tentatively determined to be held in Japan around the end of October 2015, and the exact date would be fixed after adjusting the schedule of the all the members.

> The Steering Committee meeting will deliberate amendment of the By Law and setting-up of a transport card WG, of which the results will be formally approved in the following General Meeting.

> The date and venue for the 2016 General Assembly will be also determined in the Steering Committee.

 

5. Seminar

- About thirty people attended at the seminar.

 

(1) Current Status of Each Country's Smartcard

> CEPAS numbers (Mr. LIN Yih, Singapore)

> Singapore update-2015 (Mr. LIN Yih, Singapore)

> Current Status of Smart card in Korea (Prof. Ki-Han Lee, South Korea)

 

(2) Liaison�fs Report

> SC17 (Mr. LIN Yih, Singapore)

> TC2014 (Prof. Ki-Han Lee, South Korea)

 

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