Swedish eID system revision

Identity.Next in Den Haag by Nils Fjelkegard:
The Swedish eID system was known in the past for relying mainly on BankIDs, and a telco as well. In 2011 the Swedish eID boards was installed that will steer the transition to a new system. It is a complete overhaul of the system, with new purchasing structures, non-PKI credentials and the migration to a SAML 2.0 (Saml2Int profile) federation.
The current usage rates is about 300m lodgings per year, with 20% use by the government. The current system costs the government approx. 3 eurocent per login at this volume. The new system will probably move to subscriptions fees, such as per person and month, to better support high volume services.