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 is the global biometrics market evolving over 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?
The effects of the pandemic have been etched into the evolution of biometrics with a noticeable shift towards contactless technologies. Face recognition will be favored for these integrations, but this will not cause fingerprint technologies to plumet any time soon.
Biometric physical access control faced a few caveats during the past two years, but logical access control initiatives are gaining ground boosting sales for lower digital footprint devices.
While smartphone biometric sensor sales are very likely to plateau in the short-term, organizations will look towards further service monetization as biometric applications proliferate across government ID, transportation, vaccination passports, entertainment, and telecommunications.
Who Should Read This?
Biometric hardware manufacturers and vendors.
Digital security players, biometric software, and algorithm developers.
System integrators and service providers.
Governmental, regulatory and standardization organizations.
Table of Contents
Top-Level View on Global Markets
Government and Security
Enterprise and Industrial
Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI) and Healthcare