Biometric Technologies Semi-Annual Update

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Publish Date: 22 Nov 2021
Code: PT-2282
Research Type: Presentation
Pages: 9
Biometric Technologies Semi-Annual Update
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Actionable Benefits

Actionable Benefits

  • 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

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?
Research Highlights

Research Highlights

  • 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?

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


Strategic Guidance