Government Identities and Mobile Companions

Price: Starting at USD 3,000
Publish Date: 18 Jul 2019
Code: PT-2275
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 13
Government Identities and Mobile Companions
RELATED SERVICE: Citizen Digital Identity

The rise of mobile IDs and derived credentials market continues on an upwards trajectory with significant activities noted across all continents. Today, countries including the U.S., Indonesia and Brazil are in the process of delivering mobile driver license programs, alongside other countries addressing national ID applications such as Estonia, Moldova, Finland and Austria as government looks to leverage mobile to enhance and improve government to citizen and citizen to government communication and further automate identity verification and e-government service transactions.

This has led to industry discussion pertaining to the continued relevance of the physical credential and if mobile will play a part in dematerializing core identity documents including driver license, national IDs and passports.

ABI Research’s Mobile identities & Mobile Companions research analysis provides a snapshot of both the physical and mobile identity markets, presenting key drivers spurring both credential types, whilst outlying the core benefits which will drive a continued requirement for the physical credential type.


Table of Contents

  • Focusing on Citizen-Issued Mobile Identity Applications and Use Cases
  • The Physical Credential Remains Important
  • The Benefits of Physical Credentials
  • Mobile Is Central to Everything We Do
  • Communicating in the Twenty-First Century
  • What Are the Benefits of Mobile Identities?
  • Mobile Identity Activity on the Increase
  • Mobile Identities & Derived Credentials Forecasts
  • The Mobile Identity Companion: Key Conclusions & Takeaways
  • Related Research