-- Fingerprint technology continues to be the most used, even as face and iris recognition gain prominence
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"Better end-user recognition of the unique capabilities of biometric technologies, including enhanced security as well as physical and logical access control in applications, has helped vendors win a number of projects and contracts," said
Although improvements in technology augur well for the market, any large-scale biometric project in enterprises takes long to implement and cover every employee. Since many businesses work within a restricted budget for a limited time span, the high cost and extended duration of deploying biometrics restricts installation rates.
Moreover, the lack of knowledge among customers, fear over loss of privacy, and uncertainty over the reliability and security of stored data also dampen adoption of biometrics. With awareness at an early stage, solution providers, system integrators, and value-added resellers are the accepted channel for distribution and therefore, their decisions will decide future uptake levels.
"Business strategies with customised ROI models and reduced opportunity costs are expected to help biometrics sustain momentum in emerging markets," revealed Ravi. "Regulatory mandates and procedures in compliance with medical standards are necessary to favour biometrics market expansion."
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Analysis of the Global Commercial Biometrics Market is part of the Automatic Identification Growth Partnership Service program.
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