Credence Research forecasts biometrics in healthcare market growth

The global healthcare biometrics market will grow at a CAGR of 22.9 percent to surpass $13.9 million in revenue in 2025, according to a new report from Credence Research. “Healthcare Biometrics Market – Growth, Future Prospects, and Competitive Analysis, 2017-2025” examines staff and patient identification solutions, and predicts that home and remote patient care, care provider authentication, patient tracking within healthcare facilities and prescription dispensing will be the key areas of demand during the forecast period. Demand is increasing for

Biometrics and privacy, banking and payments, strong authentication trending this week

Here is a recap of the most popular biometrics industry news that appeared on this past week. Privacy Matching biometric data on a device better satisfies global privacy requirements than matching it on a server, particularly with regards to personal control, and data residency, according to new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers Legal LLP. Biometrics and Privacy: On Device vs On Server Matching was produced by PwC Legal for Nok Nok Labs to survey the privacy aspects of biometrics from an

Credence Research report forecasts biometrics market to reach $34.5B by 2022

Credence Research has published a new research report entitled “Biometrics Technology Market – Growth, Share, Opportunities, Competitive Analysis, and Forecast 2015 – 2022,” which predicts that the biometrics technology market will reach $34.5 billion by 2022. Analysts at Credence Research attribute this significant growth to the increasing adoption in both public as well as private sector. Governments around the world are adopting biometric technologies for access authorization, identification and verification, e-passport management and national border control projects. The increasing use

Biometrics important in AirAsia recovery

Indonesian authorities used fingerprint and iris recognition solutions crosschecked against the nation’s biometric ID database to quickly and accurately identify the passengers who died in the AirAsia flight QZ8501 crash, according to a report by the Emirates News Agency. The Disaster Victim Identification team at the Indonesian Republic Police Department were able to identify the deceased passengers using the mobile Automated Multi- Biometric Identification System (Mambis). Developed by Indonesia’s Biomorf, the biometric software works with Credence ID’s Trident mobile device

Integrated Biometrics’ two-finger roll scanner helps drive sales of Credence ID’s biometric device

Integrated Biometrics announced that its Watson Mini two-finger roll scanner is helping drive sales for Credence ID’s Trident biometric capture device, an Android-based dual iris/fingerprint identification and enrollment platform. Watson Mini is Integrated Biometrics’ mobile ID IQS FAP 45, FBI Appendix F certified two-finger roll scanner and SDK. Credence ID said it has sold more than 500 units since it incorporated Watson Mini into its Trident biometric capture device this year. “The strong sales of the Trident clearly demonstrate the

Top biometrics news stories, week of August 17

Biometrics Week in Review: Technoglobal acquisition strategy, biometrics for prison management, mobile commerce opportunities, biometrics in banking, South African borders, mass surveillance tested in Boston, US terrorism database, a voice biometrics patent and a special report on mobile biometric authentication. Here’s a recap of most popular and noteworthy biometrics news stories that appeared on this past week. Fingerprint recognition provider Technoglobal adopts accretive M&A strategy – Technoglobal Inc., a leading Japanese provider of fingerprint authentication technology, is seeking to

Credence ID, Fulcrum Biometrics provide mobile biometric solutions for prisons in Mexico and Guatemala

Credence ID and Fulcrum Biometrics announced two new deployments of their combined Android-based mobile biometric equipment and software in Mexico and Guatemala, to manage jail populations as well as improve prisoner and public safety. For the Guatemala project, the Policia Nacional Civil de Guatemala will use the Trident device, which features fingerprints, iris matching and facial recognition, in its national prison system to both enroll and identify detainees with on-board biometric matching capability. In addition to the Guatemala project, Credence

Credence ID launches handheld tri-biometric capture device

Credence ID has announced the launch of the Trident, a new handheld device for capturing biometrics. Specifically, the new device integrates simultaneous dual iris capture, a PIV-certified FAP 45 fingerprint sensor and camera for capturing facial images, all running on a quad-core Android host. “The biometrics market has been waiting for a device like Trident.  Until now, iris and fingerprint capture in an integrated device was difficult in bright sunlight conditions,” Ken Nosker, CEO of Fulcrum Biometrics, an authorized distributor and