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Scotland Digital Identity Service plans advance with supplier day planned for October 6

The Scottish government will hold an online Supplier Day on October 6, 2020 to present the aims and objectives of…

 

Contactless, behavioral and cloud biometrics all forecast for 19 percent or higher growth

The global market for contactless biometrics will reach $18.6 billion by 2026 on a 19.1 percent compound annual growth rate,…

 

Face biometrics forecast to surpass $15B by 2027 as verticals and applications expand

The global biometrics market will grow by $18.1 billion from 2020 to 2024, a CAGR of 10 percent, on increasing…

 

Biometric facial recognition contracts from Indian government for police and railways face eligibility questions

Only independent companies and joint ventures will be able to bid on India’s Automated Facial Recognition System, not consortiums, companies…

 

Requirements for India’s national law enforcement face biometrics system updated to help domestic bids

The tender for a national biometric facial recognition system in India has been revised by the National Crime Records Bureau…

 

Next Biometrics wins another Aadhaar-related fingerprint reader order, approves private placement

Next Biometrics has signed a $417,400-contract for biometric fingerprint scanners with the government of South Indian state Tamil Nadu to…

 

Group says governments can push private sector AI ethics through procurements

A global think tank is reminding governments that they can indirectly impose ethical practices and standards on the woolly artificial…

 

Will COVID-19 spur a surge in biometrics technologies?

This is a guest post by Sanjay Gupta, VP, Global Head of Product and Corporate Development at Mitek From facial…

 

Datasonic stock analysts and Precise Biometrics CEO hear industry opportunities knocking

Malaysia’s Datasonic is rumored to be on the heels of a series of government contracts, while Precise Biometrics’ CEO is…

 

AWS executive says no misuse of its face biometrics by police, talks foreign government sales

Andy Jassy, Amazon Web Services CEO, would have no problem selling the company’s facial recognition software Rekognition to law enforcement…

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