Gain a deeper understanding of the biometrics hardware landscape, develop a better-honed digital security strategy and beat your competition by establishing a foothold in new market verticals.
Deep-dive into a breadth of information, uncover new R&D opportunities by merging form-factors or cross-vertical integrations and understand how to expand towards future-looking investment prospects.
Capitalize upon the current evolution trends of government, law enforcement, border control, enterprise, consumer among others and adapt your products and solutions based on market gaps and opportunities to take advantage of the constantly evolving biometrics market.
Understand which biometric modalities and technologies dominate each vertical, which are lagging behind, which markets can support further security infrastructure and how to avoid overhyped technology pitfalls
Critical Questions Answered
How is the global biometrics market evolving over time?
Which biometric markets should implementers invest towards - both for the long-term and near-future?
What key challenges and opportunities should implementers keep in mind?
Law Enforcement and Border Control applications will attract the largest percentage of biometric revenues.
Consumer and Enterprise applications are becoming quite versatile with access control and monitoring applications breathing new life and a healthy revenue stream.
Surveillance Cameras and ID/Authentication devices attracting the majority of revenues but new biometric devices like Body-Worn Cameras, Biometrics Locks and Terminals enter the fray.
Who Should Read This?
Digital security organizations
System integrators, service providers, biometric hardware manufacturers, biometric software and algorithm developers
Governmental, regulatory and standardization organizations