Analyze the COVID-19 ramifications on the biometrics landscape and identify the opportunities into all key biometrics markets including government, law enforcement, border control, enterprise and consumer.
Gain a deeper understanding of the biometrics hardware market and develop a better-boned digital security strategy.
Gain insight into shipments, revenue and average selling prices for biometric devices based on fingerprint, iris, face and vein recognition.
Critical Questions Answered
How did the COVID-19 affect the biometrics market landscape and how is it expected to evolve of time?
Which modalities are more prevalent in each vertical and which ones are the most profitable?
Which biometric devices and markets should implementers invest towards - both for the long-term and near-future?
Infrastructure and all on-premise biometric installations have declined significantly with varied levels of decline across different end-markets.
Many technology applications across all modalities have suffered and with fingerprint technologies experiencing the highest ratio of reduced shipments.
The explosive growth of remote workers worldwide have unlocked new biometric MFA (multifactor authentication) security options causing a shift in employee mobility and authentication methods.
Governmental revenue allocation has shifted, law enforcement, surveillance, healthcare and border control priorities changed and de-stabilized during the pandemic, forcing authorities to major cutbacks.
Who Should Read This?
Digital security organizations.
System integrators, service providers, biometric hardware manufacturers, biometric software and algorithm developers.
Governmental, regulatory and standardization organizations.