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The ballooning growth in electronic transactions has resulted in greater demands for fast and accurate user identification and authentication methods. Biometric technology is now being deployed as a means of tightening security and simplifying user access in a landscape once guarded only by expensive firewalls and easily crackable passwords, subject to configuration issues, human error, and malice.
For years, the only users of biometrics were a few government and military agencies, law enforcement fingerprinting, and an occasional James Bond movie. For the most part, however, business and industry ignored the field and its futuristic technology because it was too obscure, too esoteric, or too expensive. All this appears to be changing. The prices of biometric products and systems are falling as demand for the technology grows and more vendors enter the market. Fraud, security breaches, and human administrative error are driving the rapid expansion of biometric technology. 

Total biometric revenues, are expected to grow rapidly through 2009. Much of the growth will be attributable to PC/Network Access and e-Commerce, although large-scale public sector deployments will continue to be an essential part of the industry.
   
     
  2009 estimates show that finger-scan continues to be the leading biometric technology in terms of market share, commanding nearly 50% of non-AFIS biometric revenue. Facial-scan, with 15.4% of the non-AFIS market, surpasses hand-scan, which had been second to finger-scan in terms of revenue generation    
     
 

Highlights

  • Biometric revenues are expected to grow from $399.4 million in 2000 and $523.9 million in 2001 to $1.9 billion in 2006 
  • Large-scale public sector biometric usage, currently 70% of the biometric market, will be surpassed by private sector deployments
  • Biometrics sales for PC/network access will reach $423 million in 2005
  • Finger-scan and biometric middleware will emerge as two critical technologies for the desktop, together comprising approximately 40% of the biometric market by 2005
  • The two industry verticals that will adopt biometrics most rapidly are financial services
    and health care, with revenues increasing at average annual rate of 72% and 56% respectively.
   
  For Detailed Report visit International Biometric Group    
       
       

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