New reports analyze biometrics in law enforcement, monitoring

October 23, 2015 - 

Technavio announced it has published the market research report, “Global Law Enforcement Biometrics Market 2015-2019“, which projects the global market to grow at a CAGR of 13.35% during the forecast period.

The introduction of multimodal biometrics for the law enforcement field is one of the main growing trends in this market.

The report analyzes the key technologies used in the law enforcement market, including fingerprint identification, facial recognition, iris recognition, and DNA analysis.

Meanwhile, the main end-users in market are Defense and Homeland Security. The report segments the market by geography, which includes North America, Europe, APAC, Latin America, and MEA.

The report highlights some of the key vendors in the global law enforcement biometrics market including Cross Match Technologies, 4G Identity, 3M Cogent, M2SYS Technology, NEC and Safran.

Technavio has also published another market research report entitled “Global Biometrics Monitoring Systems Market, 2015-2019“, which projects the market to grow at a CAGR of around 17% between 2015 and 2019.

The 17% CAGR growth is due to an increase in public awareness about security concerns, according to Technavio analysts.

Market growth is estimated to increase during the forecast period because of government initiatives involving implementation of biometrics monitoring systems for various e-governance programs.

Technavio’s report discusses the key drivers and trends responsible for the growth of this market and its sub-segments.

The report identifies the key vendors in the global biometrics monitoring systems market, which includes Bio Enable, NEC, 3M, and Safran.

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