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Biometrics in Law Enforcement

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Actionable Benefits

  • Understand the law enforcement biometric market including registration and identification devices, AFIS/ABIS platforms and system components
  • Enhance government and law enforcement market strategy through market data featuring fingerprint, iris and face recognition devices.
  • Adapt and improve your existing services and products by gaining insight into key invest priorities and challenges for biometric technologies in law enforcement and adjacent applications.

Critical Questions Answered

  • What is the current evolution trajectory of the law enforcement biometrics market?
  • Which technologies are gaining momentum?
  • What are the bargaining chips when negotiating new law enforcement projects?
  • What are the key infrastructure and system considerations when upgrading biometric platforms?
  • How can organizations capitalize on current needs for biometric devices in law enforcement applications?                

Research Highlights

  • Innovation is driven by necessity. The law enforcement biometrics market is driven by a multitude of social factors, IT infrastructure, identification, and security concerns.
  • Despite the absence of the commercial flexibility and connectivity services enjoyed by other IoT-focused applications innovation is not lacking.
  • Multimodality support and database capacity are at the top of implementation lists and are often seen as key selling points for AFIS/ABIS system upgrades.
  • New criminal investigation services, open platform standards, biometric workstations, mobile and portable biometric devices, latent and video analytics are experiencing increased penetration rates in governments worldwide.
  • Budget restrictions of law enforcement agencies is still a major aspect that implementers need to keep in mind and negotiating new projects can be a strenuous task.
  • However, lowering TCO while assisting agencies with streamlined platform services, interoperable solutions based on open architecture, dealing with server migration, and increasing criminal and civil database processing power and capacity will always go a long way.

Who Should Read This?

  • Governmental stakeholders and certificate authorities
  • C-level executives, directors and product managers
  • Hardware and embedded security vendors
  • Algorithm and software developers
  • Platform providers and cloud-focused vendors
  • Biometric device manufacturers, fingerprint, palmprint, iris and face recognition specialists

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. AFIS/ABIS PLATFORMS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

2.1. AFIS/ABIS and Biometric Platforms
2.2. AFIS/ABIS System Components
2.3. Applications and Adjacent Governmental Services
2.4. Addressing Socio-Technological Concerns

3. BIOMETRIC DATA COLLECTION AND REGISTRATION DEVICES

3.1. Market Data
3.2. DNA Devices
3.3. Biometric Cabinets
3.4. Biometric Workstations
3.5. Iris and Face Recognition Devices
3.6. Fingerprint Registration Devices

4. REGIONAL MARKET PERSPECTIVES

4.1. IT Infrastructure and Budget Challenges
4.2. Regional Deployments
4.3. Regional Regulations
4.4. Tackling Regional Concerns
4.5. Biometric SIMs and Telcos

5. STRATEGIC RECOMMENDATIONS

5.1. Key Selling Points for Portable Devices
5.2. ABIS Functionality and System and Infrastructure Upgrade Considerations
5.3. Case-Specific Integration and Background Statistics
5.4. Negotiation Points for ABIS
5.5. System and Platform Considerations
5.6. Data Exchange, Agency Collaboration, and Digital Development Pressure
5.7. Niche Biometric Technologies

6. VENDOR PROFILES

6.1. Akiyama
6.2. Aware
6.3. DERMALOG
6.4. HID Global
6.5. Idemia
6.6. Innovatrics
6.7. NEC
6.8. Papilon
6.9. TECH5
6.10. Thales