Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan’s new report "Global Civil and Military Biometrics Market Assessment" to their offering.
Full report available here: http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/4gdbhd/global_civil_and_m
This research titled Global Civil and Military Biometrics Market Assessment covers key trends related to biometrics within the border control, military, law enforcement and eGovernment verticals. The research also identifies the key market drivers, restraints and opportunities, and analyses their impacts. It provides key findings, strategic insights and a set of actionable recommendations for companies that wish to enter the civil and military biometric market.
Large-scale Government Projects and Growing Uptake in Other Sectors Boost Market Prospects
The universal adoption of biometric passports will generate the adoption eGates which will become the main revenue generator for the global civil and military biometrics market in the near future. In addition, portable devices used by the police and the military will become a common tool in the fight against crime and terrorism. Furthermore, biometrics is set for almost universal use in the identification of citizens through eGovernment programmes in which eIDs, eDrivers licences, and eHealthcards will be used. Over the forecast period, the most significant market driver for biometrics will be border control and the implementation of eGates.
The civil and military biometric market will be highly influenced by the universal adoption of biometric passports, notes the analyst of this research. This will pave the way for the adoption of other measures, such as eGates, that will enhance the biometric possession experience. Large-scale government programmes have been a catalyst in the adoption of biometric passports. Related to this, the adoption of eGates will be crucial to ensure that biometric passports yield effective but economical security. eGates may also become a new standard at all international airports. The events of 9/11 have heightened the focus on security. EU regulation No. 2252/2004 resulted in biometrics being implemented into European Union (EU) passports in 2005. Such measures have also been aimed at controlling illegal immigration. Biometric passports are on their way to being universally adopted; North America and Europe have already led the way, with the rest of the world expected to follow.
Expert Frost & Sullivan analysts thoroughly examine the following market sectors in this research:
- Border control
- Law enforcement
By Geographic Region
- North America
- Latin America
- Western Europe
- Eastern Europe
- Middle East
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