Published on 18 June, 2007
Frost & Sullivan will host a conference call on Wednesday 20th June 2007 at 4pm BST to provide industry participants with an overview of emerging technology trends in the biometric market.
As adoption of biometric technologies continues to step up a gear, this briefing looks at which technologies are being implemented in the government and commercial sphere. Increasing acceptance of biometric technologies and credible implementations has led to enhancing uptake.
This briefing provides an insight into the dynamics guiding this market, and includes market challenges, drivers, restraints, avenues of opportunity for growth and forecasts. Highlights of the briefing include; an assessment of trends by biometric technology types i.e. non-AFIS fingerprint recognition, iris recognition, face recognition, voice verification and hand geometry. This briefing will benefit biometric vendors, associated software companies, security companies, distributors, system integrators, financial investment community by discussing emerging trends for the global biometrics industry.
"Different types biometric technologies are beginning to carve a niche as the most suitable type of technology to be used in the government and commercial spheres. Factors based on performance and accuracy levels, cost-effectiveness, ease of use and convenience are playing a pivotal role," observes Sapna Capoor, Senior Industry Analyst for Frost & Sullivan Electronics & Surface Mount Technologies industry group.
Frost & Sullivan will hold this conference call at 4pm BST on Wednesday 20th June 2007 which will provide industry participants with an outlook on the Biometrics Technologies Market.