TechNavio to release biometrics in US education sector 2015-2019 report

August 11, 2015 - 

TechNavio will publish on September 16th its new report, “Biometrics Market in the United States in Education Sector 2015-2019”, which forecast the biometrics market in the US education sector to grow at a CAGR of 23.65% from 2014 to 2019.

The 86-page report covers the present scenario as well as the growth forecasts of the biometrics market in the US education sector for the period 2015-2019.

TechNavio calculated the market size by considering revenue generated from the sales of biometric solutions, including hardware, software, integrated solutions, and services offered in the US education sector. The report does not take into account revenues generated from after-sales services.

The report provides a detailed breakdown of fingerprint identification, facial recognition, and iris recognition, comparing the products and features for the key leading vendors.

Additionally, the TechNavio report discusses the major drivers that impact the growth of the market; the risks faced by vendors and the market at large, such as the high cost of biometrics systems; and the key trends emerging in the market, such as the itegration of biometrics in smart cards.

The report highlights the market’s key vendors including BIO-key, BioLink Solutions, Fujitsu, HID Global, NEC, Nuance Communications, as well as prominent vendors like Biomids, Digitus Biometrics, IDconnect, Iris ID, IriTech, M2SYS, and Touchless Biometrics Systems.

Other key areas addressed in the report include the projected market size and growth rate in 2019, the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors, and the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors.

Previously reported, TechNavio published its latest report, “Global Voice Recognition Biometrics Market 2015-2019”, which forecasts the global voice recognition biometrics market to grow at a CAGR of 22.15% during 2014-2019.

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