|【英語タイトル】Global Biometrics Spending Market in the Government Sector 2015-2019|
About biometrics spending in the government sector
Security of data and assets has been a key concern for enterprises, banks, government organizations, telecommunications, hospitals, as well as individuals. Keys, identity badges, and numeric keypads were previously being used to prevent unauthorised access. Technological advancements resulted in the introduction of two-factor authentication, wherein individuals could gain access to secure premises after being authenticated using two different components, such as hardware devices and numeric codes. However, hackers also could easily gain access to hardware devices and obtain numeric codes.
In 1999, biometrics was introduced to identify individual traits based on behavioural and physiological characteristics of individuals that could not be replicated easily. It includes voice recognition, palm geometry recognition, DNA identification, gait recognition, fingerprint matching, facial recognition, iris recognition, signature verification, and vein recognition. Also, biometrics are considered to be more reliable compared to physical devices and numeric codes. In addition, biometric traits cannot be lost or forgotten by an individual. Biometrics use verification and identification to authenticate an individual. Verification is a one-on-one process used to match biometric traits of an individual against a particular template. However, identification is a matching process where the biometric traits of an individual are matched against all templates in the database to determine an individual’s identity.
Technavio’s analysts forecast the global biometrics spending in the government sector to grow at a CAGR of 22.34% over the period 2014-2019.
[Covered in this report]
This report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global biometrics spending in the government sector for the period 2015-2019.
To calculate the market size, the report considers revenue generated from the sales of biometric solutions including hardware, software, integrated solutions, and services in the government sector. Revenues generated from aftersales services are not included to calculate the market size.
The report provides a detailed analysis of the following:
• Technologies: fingerprint identification, DNA analysis, iris recognition, facial recognition, and voice recognition
• Geographies: North America, APAC, Europe, Latin America, and MEA
The market is highly fragmented with the presence of a large number of small and large vendors. A detailed product and feature comparison for the key leading vendors is provided in the report.
In addition, the report discusses the major drivers that influence the growth of the global biometrics spending in the government sector. It also outlines the risks faced by vendors and the market at large, as well as the key trends emerging in the market.
• Latin America
• North America
• 3M Cogent
• Cross Match Technologies
[Other prominent vendors]
• Iris ID
• Nuance Communications
• High cost of biometric systems
• For a full, detailed list, view our report
• Emergence of 3D facial recognition
• For a full, detailed list, view our report
[Key questions answered in this report]
• What will the market size be in 2019 and what will the growth rate be?
• What are the key market trends?
• What is driving this market?
• What are the challenges to market growth?
• Who are the key vendors in this market space?
• What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors?
• What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors?
PART 01: Executive summary
PART 02: Scope of the report
PART 03: Market research methodology
PART 04: Introduction
Key market highlights
PART 05: Market description
Comparison of biometric technologies used in government sector
Advantages and disadvantages of biometrics in government sector
PART 06: Market landscape
Global government spending on biometrics 2014 and 2019
Market size and forecast
Five forces analysis
PART 07: Product life cycle analysis
PART 08: Integration of biometrics in smart cards
PART 09: Cloud-based biometrics and e-voting
Challenges of cloud-based biometrics
PART 10: Market segmentation by technology
Global biometrics spending in government sector by technology 2014-2019
Global fingerprint recognition technology spending in government sector
Global DNA recognition technology spending in government sector
Global iris recognition technology spending in government sector
Global facial recognition technology spending in government sector
Global voice recognition technology spending in government sector
PART 11: Market segmentation by end-user
Global biometrics spending in government sector by end-user 2014
PART 12: Geographical segmentation
Global biometrics spending in government sector by geography 2014-2019
Global biometric spending in government sector by geography 2014-2019 ($ millions)
PART 13: Key leading countries
PART 14: Emerging trends
PART 15: Market inhibitors
PART 16: Vendor landscape
Vendor product matrix
Other prominent vendors
PART 17: Key vendor analysis
PART 18: Appendix
List of abbreviations
PART 19: Explore Technavio
[List of Exhibits]
Exhibit 01: Global spending on biometrics 2014
Exhibit 02: Global spending on biometrics 2019
Exhibit 8: Global biometrics spending in government sector 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 03: Five forces analysis
Exhibit 04: Product life cycle of biometric technologies in government sector
Exhibit 05: Global biometrics spending in government sector by technology 2014-2019
Exhibit 06: Global fingerprint recognition technology spending in government sector 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 07: Global DNA recognition technology spending in government sector 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 08: Global iris recognition technology spending in government sector 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 09: Global facial recognition technology spending in government sector 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 10: Global voice recognition technology spending in government sector 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 11: Global biometrics spending in government sector by end-user 2014
Exhibit 12: Global biometrics spending in government sector by geography 2014-2019
Exhibit 13: Global biometrics spending in government sector by geography 2014-2019 ($ millions)
Exhibit 14: Key leading countries
3M Cogent, BioEnable, Cross Match Technologies, NEC, Safran, Apple, Aware, Cardzme, CogniTEC, FaceFirst, Google, Hitachi, Iris ID, M2SYS, Nuance Communications, Suprema