What is Biometrics?
The identity of a persons based on certain physical or behavioral characteristics is recognized and authenticated by the biometric process. A person can be uniquely identified by evaluating one or more distinguishing biological traits through biometric verification. The uniqueness of a person can be identified from different types of biometric technologies such as fingerprints, signature, palm recognition, face detection and record of their voice. This data is then compared to the biometric data of several other persons kept in a database to authenticate a person’s identity.
With the help of this biometric technology, the government agencies are able to solve crimes, prevent fraud in voting or public benefit applications, secure national borders, or protect identities for a variety of other applications, such as access control, banking and employee background checks.
What are the applications of Next Generation Biometrics?
Next generation biometrics introduced has applications in government organizations such as the biometric enrollment and management of a population's biometric data call for a tightly regulated legal and technical, Civil Identity, population registration and voter registration framework, Law enforcement and biometrics, Biometrics and border control, Healthcare and subsidies. In border control applications, biometric authentication is done by comparing the fingerprint(s) read with the fingerprints in the passport micro-controller. If both biometric data match then the authentication is confirmed. In the recent days, facial-recognition technology has been used by law enforcement to pick out individuals in large crowds with considerable reliability.
Next Generation Biometrics Market
Market Research and Market Trends of Next Generation Biometrics:
Mastercard, which introduced the first biometric card, is on a mission to eliminate the use of passwords. In 2018, Mastercard introduced a technology advancement for its biometric cards. This technology aids people to easily and conveniently register their fingerprint onto the biometric card at home without the need of making trips to bank. The card consists of a sensor which scans the fingerprint and an encrypted digital template is created and securely stored. The biometric payment is turning into a reality due to the advancement in technology as the card draws power from the payment terminal and hence can be used anywhere.
In 2018, intuitive biometrics introduced Tascent MX, a latest family of mobile biometric devices which combines advanced iris, fingerprint, and face biometrics with smartphones for a wide variety of identity registration and authentication applications. Tascent has partnered with OtterBox, to support a broad range of smartphones across multiple operating systems. Tascent MX has multimodal biometrics and multi generation mobile capabilities and also offers identity verification that is secure, scalable, accurate, and easy-to-use.
The US Army’s Electronic Warfare & Sensors division has introduced the ‘Next Generation Biometric Collection’ which is being designed to collect fingerprint and iris data and also a sophisticated face detection system. It is believed to operate through a more compact and lightweight form factor, and will be more rugged. The research lab is also working to develop DNA and voice biometrics technologies and is exploring how to utilize these biometric identification systems on an automated, contactless basis that does not require a human operator.
SOCOMs is exploring the use long range facial recognition technology in both portable and hand-held form factors. Their focus is to develop devices to match individuals against a watch list, edit the list and must be suitable to operate in challenging conditions and environments. It also intends that the devices should operate offline and further update records when a network connection is available. SOCOM is also keen in utilizing facial recognition software, as well as chemical forensic and non-GPS navigation technologies.
Who are the Major Players in Next Generation Biometrics market?
The companies referred in the market research report are Fujitsu Ltd., 3M, Fulcrum Biometrics, and Cross Match Technologies, Inc. and 10 others.
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1.2.1. Global Next Generation Biometrics Market
220.127.116.11. Single Factor Authentication
18.104.22.168.1. Segments Overview
1.2.2. Multi Factor Authentication
1.2.3. By Application
22.214.171.124. Segments Overview
2. Global Next Generation Biometrics - Market Executive Summary
3. Next Generation Biometrics - Market Landscape
3.1. Market Share Analysis
3.2. Global New Generation Biometrics Market- Comparative Analysis
3.2.1. Product Benchmarking
3.2.2. End User Profiling
3.2.3. Financial Analysis
4. Next Generation Biometrics Market Forces
4.1. Market Drivers
4.1.1. Need for Secure and Convenient Methods of Authentication to Drive Biometrics Market
4.1.2. Increasing Adoption of Biometrics into Government Applications by the U.S to Enhance Sales
4.1.3. Technological Advancements Related To Security in Smartphones Set to Hike Growth
4.2. Market Constraints
4.2.1. Concerns on Inappropriate Data Collection and Misuse of Biometric Information Restrain Market Growth
4.3. Market Challenges
4.3.1. Privacy Concerns Stand Out As Potential Hurdles for Face and Voice Recognition Biometrics
4.3.2. Lack of Awareness and Proper Implementation of Biometrics Stifles Market Growth
4.4. Attractiveness of the Global Next Generation Biometrics Market
4.4.1. Power of Suppliers
4.4.2. Power of Customers
4.4.3. Threat of New Entrants
4.4.4. Threat of Substitution
4.4.5. Degree of Competition
5. Strategic Analysis.
5.1. Value Chain Analysis.
5.2. Pricing Analysis.
5.3. Opportunities Analysis.
5.3.1. Enhanced Security and Reliability Make Multi-Modal Devices A Lucrative Product Segment.
5.3.2. Government Initiatives in Emerging Regions: Great Opportunity for Biometric Device Manufacturers
5.4. Suppliers and Distributors.
6. Global Next Generation Biometric Devices market Segmentation - By Type.
6.1.1. Multi-Modal Products Lead the Market Owing To Increasing Applications
6.2. Single Factor Authentication
6.2.4. Palm Vein.
6.3. Multi-Factor Authentication
6.3.1. Fingerprint and Pin/Card
6.3.2. Face and Pin
6.3.3. Palm Vein and Card
126.96.36.199. Face and Fingerprint
188.8.131.52. Iris and Fingerprint.
184.108.40.206. Face and Palm
220.127.116.11. Iris, Fingerprint and Face.
18.104.22.168. Face and Iris
7. Next Generation Biometrics Market - by End User
7.1.2. Smart Card
7.1.3. Online transaction
7.1.4. Account enrollment
7.2.1. National ID
7.2.3. Driving license
7.3.1. Physical access
7.3.2. Fake identity detection
7.4. Law enforcement
7.4.3. Criminal identification
7.4.4. Database maintenance
7.5.1. Physical and logical access
7.5.2. Time and attendance
7.6. Commercial sector
7.6.2. Creative advertising
7.7. Residential homes
7.7.2. Intrusion check
7.9.1. Donor cards
7.9.2. Patient records
7.10. Consumer Electronics
8. Computational Medicine and Drug Discovery software- Market Geographic Analysis
8.1. North America
8.1.4. Rest of North America
8.2. South America
8.2.7. Costa Rica
8.2.8. Rest of South America
8.3.9. Rest of Europe
8.4.3. South Korea
8.4.7. Hong Kong
8.4.8. Rest of APAC
8.5. Middle East& Africa
8.5.2. South Africa
8.5.3. Saudi Arabia
8.5.4. Rest of Middle East and Africa
9. Next Generation Biometrics - Market Entropy
9.1. Developments - By Type
9.2. Product Launches – Most Dominant Strategy. .
9.3. Agreements & Partnerships.
9.4. Collaborations & Mergers.
9.6. Developments- By Company. .
10. Next Generation Biometrics Market – Company Profiles
10.1. Fujitsu Ltd.
10.3. Fulcrum Biometrics
10.4. Cross Match Technologies Inc.
11.3. Research Methodology
11.4. Expert Insights