To enable an in-depth analysis, the global new generation biometrics market is segmented based on technology, applications and geography. The global biometric application market is categorised into various applications namely border security, healthcare, commercial security, banking and finance, travel and immigration and defence. Different technologies used for human identification are palm, fingerprints, signature, iris, vein and DNA. Analysis is carried out across different regions, namely, North America, Europe, APAC and LAMEA. Fingerprint recognition is the most widely used technology followed by face and iris recognition. Travel and immigration is the application that generates the highest revenue. It is succeeded by government and defence. North America is the global leader in new generation biometrics, followed by Europe and APAC.
The report showcases current and future trends in the global new generation biometrics market to elucidate the imminent investment pockets in the market
Segmentation of the global new generation biometrics market provides an in-depth analysis of applications and end users in different regions
Drivers & opportunities are examined to identify the current factors which are responsible for market growth and upcoming technologies that would boost market growth in the future
Current and future trends are charted to determine the overall attractiveness of the market
The report provides details about top competitors and their winning strategies
Quantitative analysis of the current market and estimations through 2013-2020 would determine the financial caliber of the market
KEY MARKET SEGMENTS
The global new generation biometrics market is segmented based on technology, applications and regions.
MARKET BY TECHNOLOGY
MARKET BY APPLICATION
Travel & Immigration
Banking and Finance
MARKET BY GEOGRAPHY
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