The Future of Biometrics

Market Analysis, Segmentation & Forecasts Insight into the Trends, Drivers & Opportunities that will Shape the Industry through 2020
includes detailed market forecast 2009—2017

Published August 2009

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distributors. research and reports. and existing and planned infrastructure. this document is not to be reproduced and/or distributed in any electronic or printed form. solution providers. Models rely on public domain and proprietary primary data sources and are flexibly structured to account for known and predictive factors.such as technology pricing and anticipated adoption rates – are introduced to determine forecasts. Part One contains the strategic analysis and Part Two provides detailed market segmentation and market-based forecasts for 2009 through 2017 This report provides a basis for short-term. Models are then adjusted to account for existing market conditions. surveys. Over the next ten years the infrastructure to enable mainstream. OBJECTIVE: AUDIENCE: METHODOLOGY: KEY CONCLUSION: COPYRIGHT AND LICENSING AUTHOR: C. market investment. and interviews with vendors. and sales within the biometrics community including: vendors. Principal. ubiquitous biometric authentication will be developed. The purchasing party may reproduce and use excerpts from this report for internal purposes provided that all material is attributed to Acuity Market Intelligence and that excerpts do not substantially represent complete sections of the report or the report in its entirety. anticipated projects. customers. Conservative assumptions for predictive factors . The report is presented in two parts. the number and type of enterprises in a given country or regin. as well as Public Sector and Commercial end-users. integrators. This report is not a biometric primer or a comprehensive overview of the industry. Individuals responsible for strategic planning. what will drive and shape this market evolution.The Future of Biometrics Report Overview SCOPE: This report presents unique insight into how the biometrics market will evolve through 2020. however. Forecasts are derived from modeling total potential market opportunities for the enhancement or replacement of existing technology and nontechnology based processes and solutions. Acuity Market Intelligence ii August 2009 © Acuity Market Intelligence . intermediaries. This report was created by Acuity Market Intelligence for use by one individual . population age distribution and assocated government services and benefits. This trusted transaction capability will ultimately define the genuine opportunity for revenue associated with deployment of biometric technologies. Maxine Most. and long-term strategic planning for technology and solution development. and deployed military and civilian staff and contractors. number of port facilities and border control points in a given country or region. in many respects. investors.for personal. pilots and deployments. This document may. government and enterprise employment. Biometrics will be a fundamental embedded component of the digital world. current deployments. Should the purchasing party intend to distribute this document electronically or in print for any reason. As such. commercial. The technology itself will. as it becomes a key enabler of trusted transaction control – data access and flow . integrators. business and market development. consultants. and phased adoption of biometrics for both Public Sector and Commercial deployments. These include data points like population. tests. become inconsequential as the applications it delivers become essential components of twenty-first century life. It is an advanced strategic market analysis that requires a basic understanding of the biometrics industry and associated market dynamics and technologies.the purchasing party. and the introduction of new processes and solutions based on the unique capabilities of biometric technology. and where the most lucrative biometric market opportunities will be. Final forecasts represent the predicted penetration of the total market value over the forecast range. privacy and civil liberties advocates. mid-range. Analysis is drawn from on-going market coverage of the industry including: significant market and technical developments. be shared as one would share any published single hardcopy report. This copyright will be strictly enforced. annual passports issued. and other relevant technology and vertical market industry experts. Primary sources determine known model data. the purchasing party must contact Acuity Market Intelligence to purchase a multi-user license. and government use. as well as public domain and private data sources.

specific implications for biometrics. They are: ° ° ° ° ° ° ° ° Globalization and Developing Economies Borderless Economies Workforce Decentralization and Mobility Population Mobility Proliferation of Mobile Devices and the Rise of Trusted Access Anywhere Central Role of Digital Identity Inevitability of eGovernment Rise of Cloud Computing Meta Drivers Application Solution and Technology Evolution Meta Drivers shape both opportunities for widespread deployment of biometrics as well as determine the technological capabilities required to address these applications. Part One: Analysis The first half of the report addresses fundamental questions that provide the context for developing a comprehensive view of the likely evolution of the biometrics marketplace. and eGovernment. The Future of Biometrics provides insight into how the biometrics industry will evolve through 2020. eID. The three key Public Sector Application Solution Meta Drivers are: eBorders. Financial Transactions. and where the most lucrative market opportunities will be. ubiquitous technology.The Future of Biometrics Introduction What is The Future of Biometrics? Strong consensus amidst well-founded apprehension indicates biometrics will become mainstream. The report is presented in two parts. but what is the path from today’s effective but limited but use. to the Denver Rapid Transit Department Treasury and nuclear power plants. to what most industry experts agree and most privacy and civil liberty advocates fear is biometrics ultimate destiny: ubiquity. ° ° ° ° ° ° What are the Mega and Meta forces shaping the evolution of the market? Which industries and applications hold the most promise for biometric deployment? How will market demand shape technology evolution and the development of biometrically enabled solutions? What is the current state of the marketplace? How will the technology evolve and impact overall market development? How will the most substantial opportunities for industry players evolve? Context The Future of Biometrics begins with a fictional scenario representing what may prove to be a real world experience by 2020. and installation of the hardware and software required to deploy biometrics as standalone solutions or integrate biometrics as part of larger identification solution. or integration of the non-biometric components of large-scale identification solutions. It does not include any revenue associated with the development. what will drive this evolution. The three key Commercial Application Solution Meta Drivers are: Enterprise Security. deployment. and Secure Transactions. biometric technologies are used by tens of millions of individuals across the globe for personal. licensing. The most interesting and relevant question about the future of biometrics is not whether biometrics will prevail or even how quickly. commercial. Part One contains the strategic analysis and Part Two includes market segmentation and forecasts for 2009 through 2017. from the White Castle fast food chain and Pictet & Cie Banquiers. Identification Services. From passports and ATMs to corporate network access and mobile phones. Opportunities abound and there has been successful initial market penetration for Physical and Logical Access. The four key Technology Evolution Meta Drivers are: Secure Identity Core. This provides context for understanding the far-reaching implications of biometrics fully integrated into daily life. Secure Credentials. a renowned Swiss bank. as well as solution development and deployment for both Public Sector and Commercial applications. It is intended to provide a basis for short-term and long-term strategic planning for technology. © Acuity Market Intelligence iii August 2009 . Secure Mobility. and civil applications every day. Biometric industry revenue as defined in this report is limited to the sale. Mega Trends The eight global Mega Drivers are trends that will profoundly impact all IT development through 2020 and have important. and Surveillance applications. Information Transactions.

market-based solutions. Forecasts for the Commercial and Public Sector Application Solution domains. it is not the biometrics that failed. though plagued by strange twists and turns. Forecasts A quantitative approach is applied to the market forecasts. by region. These modeling tools predict total market value based on an analysis of how biometrically-enabled solutions can augment or replace existing manual and/or automated processes. Finger. and eGovernment) and Commercial (Enterprise Security. Though several recent setbacks and failures of Public Sector and Commercial biometrically enabled programs have generated bad PR for the industry. The resulting market segments are ranked in terms of development priority and timeframe. ubiquitous biometric solutions. Technology convergence is also inevitable as is the emergence of multimodal biometrics as a major factor in the development of practical. The role of multimodal biometrics and the impact of ancillary identification technologies are also discussed. number of port facilities and border control points in a given country or region. is on track for sustained growth. Market Segmentation The two key Application Solution domains and their associated sub domains . the market for eBorders or Financial Transactions rather than the market for AFIS or Iris recognition. Voice. The models rely on public domain and proprietary primary data sources and are flexibly structured to account for known and predictive factors. or introduce new processes based on the unique capabilities of biometrics within the given market sector and segment. Primary sources determine known model data. Part Two: Market Segmentation and Forecasts The second half of the report includes market segmentation and forecasts for 2009 through 2017. and Surveillance and Monitoring .are mapped against four key application areas— Physical Access. Core biometric issues as well as those considered outside the direct purview of biometrics.g. Face. Future for Key Technologies Technology evolution is inevitable and evolving capabilities and limitations will impact the relative success/ubiquity of each biometric modality. Iris. Information Transactions. key applications in critical market sectors represent significant opportunities for market players who strategically focus efforts on building cost-effective solutions to business-breaking problems. however.to create market segmentation matrices. and select target markets are presented globally. Identity Services. A market or solution based approach is applied to the market segmentation. government and enterprise employment. their sub domains. but directly impacted by their use. Each target market is also assessed in terms of the technologies (biometrics modalities) most likely to be deployed. and by application. Conservative assumptions for predictive factors—such as technology pricing and anticipated adoption rates—are then introduced to determine forecasts. “Conventional” biometrics— AFIS/livescan. annual passports issued. Financial Transactions) . Signature.Public Sector (eBorders. This is atypical in the biometrics industry where most published forecasts take a technology-based approach. population age distribution and assocated government services and benefits. Keystroke—are included in this analysis along with some of the emerging modalities. citizen and consumer transactions may be the largest revenue generators and drivers of biometric adoption. These include data points like population. are assessed relative to this inherent conflict. eID. The post 9/11 promise of biometrics may not be materializing as expected. Logical Access. For both Public Sector and Commercial markets. the number and type of enterprises in a given country or region. by technology. and technology applications rather than defining the size of a market based on technology revenue – e. Central to this component of the analysis is the notion that these obstacles pose challenges that can be harnessed and transformed to provide significant opportunities for market leadership and dominance. and deployed military and civilian staff and contractors. The industry needs to move-on and continue to demonstrate the unique capabilities and ROI potential of biometrically enabled identification solutions. This means the market segmentation in this report analyze opportunities and associated revenues in terms of geographic regions. Final Forecasts represent the predicted penetration of the total market value over the forecast range. This approach is based on development of scenario modeling tools designed to project total market potential for biometrically–enabled solutions within select markets. and exacerbate or eliminate opportunities for identity theft and fraud. The Future of Biometrics approach provides data and perspective that is designed to support strategic market development planning.The Future of Biometrics Obstacles and Opportunities Biometric technology has the potential to enhance or threaten consumer and citizen rights and civil liberties. The State of the Market The evolution of the biometrics market. which in this case is 2009 through 2017 © Acuity Market Intelligence iv August 2009 . Vein. Hand.

while Acuity has been criticized over the last two years for underestimating the revenues projections published in 2007.5 billion and Mexico’s 100 million strong National ID programs).The Future of Biometrics Preface to the 2009 Edition I came across the following in an article entitled Another day in paradise as life gets cryptic. provides a review of some of the of large government post 9/11 ID programs. £. the Rise of Cloud Computing has been added as an eighth Mega Trend. These programs together accounted for nearly half a billion US dollars in industry investment. 60 per cent of computer users have at some point exhibited “anti-social behavior” in the form of shouting. While some major government programs have been scaled back (TWIC). are seriously behind schedule (HSPD-12 PIV cards). there is renewed focus on short-term ROI-based investment like time and attendance solutions. The other day I spent a whole hour trying and failing. Though each failed for their own reasons. This adjustment is mainly due to lower than expected 2009-2010 growth attributable to stalled economy. Interestingly. The elements of the market analysis that provide the context and conceptual framework stand on their own and have largely been left in tact. these anecdotal comments are representative of life in the twenty-first century for far too many of us. most analysts have recast their projections downward during this period and have now published forecasts that are in line with Acuity’s projections. “pouting in silence” and hitting computers. with the aid of those seven passwords. and offers analyses of two key applications—Time and Attendance and Surveillance—and two industry verticals—Financial Services and Healthcare. to make an online bank transfer that would have taken seconds in the days that customers had personal relationships with managers. by Sathnam Sanghera in The Times Online on July 20. A new analysis section has been added to Part One entitled “The State of The Market”. For example. however. %. “B1 9AR” or “anotherdayinparadise” are no longer permissible and that even “BuRpy%2x” will work only for a while. In addition to providing revised forecasts. viable biometric enterprises with great prospects for success are unable to acquire investment capital while these two ventures were able to attract significant investment with almost no chance of success? © Acuity Market Intelligence v August 2009 . this Is not true. contain a letter in upper case. So. as one is required nowadays to change one’s password more often than you change your underpants. a letter in lower case. Minor edits and additions have been made where appropriate. but slow growth. and a nonalphanumeric character (e. because of forgotten passwords” Unfortunately. the industry has seen both significant accomplishments and considerable setbacks. This section provides insight into the current evolution of market development. And according to a UK survey conducted in 2004 by Microsoft. a number. $)”. the 2009 edition has been updated and expanded in both minor and significant ways.” “I use seven passwords and passcodes to deal with my bank alone. The 2009 forecast numbers average approximately 10% below original 2007 projections for the overlapping forecast period 2009 through 2015. others have been initiated (India’s 1.g. or have an uncertain future (UK National ID). Sadly. each was doomed from their inception begging the question why is it that many small. ?. 2009. in spite of industry setbacks and a faltering global economy. and that passwords must now be “eight characters long. Commercial investments in all non-essential IT has slowed to a crawl in the current economic climate. Meaning that “fluffykins”. Recent research has found that 88 per cent of employees use between five and six passwords at work. One would think the reality of these common experiences would be enough to justify and propel rampant adoption of biometrics. In the two years since the original 2007 publication of this report. the biometrics market remains healthy and is well positioned for steady. And in 2006 The Wall Street Journal reported that there was an insurance company where the agents needed to use 40 passwords during the average working day. Dated facts and relevant technical and programmatic updates have been added throughout the document as well. “The other day we got a message from our IT department at The Times informing us that password policy was changing as part of an annual Finance and Technology Sarbanes-Oxley audit. This section also takes a look at two highly visible commercial biometric business that went bust—Pay-by-Touch and the CLEAR registered traveler program.

for each public sector and commercial market sector. 2009 cmaxmost@acuity-mi. A comprehensive competitive analysis is beyond the scope of this report and will be the subject of a follow-on report published later this year. 27 new graphs. and complaints are welcome! Cheers. They now include forecasts by technology and application for the global market.The Future of Biometrics A high-level view of the environment for market players is presented along with perspective on key developments that will impact the vendor landscape through 2020. Finally. Part Two features 29 new data tables.com © Acuity Market Intelligence vi August 2009 . Acuity Market intelligence July 22. and for each region. your comments. this section includes a discussion of the key market forecast findings from Part Two of this report. These market forecasts have been updated and greatly expanded from the original 2007 report. and 53 new charts as well as CAGR calculations for many of the existing market forecast graphs. criticisms. suggestions. questions. Maxine Most Principal. As always. C . I hope that you find this document to be an insightful reference as you navigate the biometrics marketplace.

Secure Identity Core. Information Transactions.29 Analysis Conclusions 1.29 1. Privacy/Civil Liberties . Commercial Application Solution Meta Drivers .Keystroke .14 1.25 1. and eGovernment.32 1.eBorders.11 1.23 1.20 1.26 1.20 1.Enterprise Security.17 Sate of the Market The NEW STATE of the Biometrics Market Post 9/11 Government Bonanza—Taking Stock Application Analysis .Minority Report: Distance-based Surveillance? Hype Versus Reality for Biometrics in Financial Services and Healthcare .15 1.Vein .29 1. Interoperability 1.Is There Really a Revolution Coming to US Healthcare? Biometric Blunders: The Pay-by-Touch and CLEAR Sagas Market Player Landscape Forecast Analysis 1.11 1.Voice .12 1.14 Obstacles and Opportunities Countervailing Forces . Human Factors.Solutions Development: Extensible Security. Centralized Databases.2 1.32 1.24 1. Identity Theft/Fraud Core Issues .29 1.19 1. Secure Credentials.29 1.17 1.Other `` Impact and Role of Multimodal Solutions Impact of Related Technology Development 1.18 1.30 1.12 1.The Rise of Time and Attendance? .20 Future for Key Technologies Capabilities and Limitations Impacting Ubiquity of Biometric Modalities . Technology Evolution Meta Drivers .15 1.Face .Opportunity Threat Dichotomy Civil Liberties.17 1.12 1. eID.30 1.24 1.16 1.Hand .18 1.30 1.10 1.22 1.13 1.Signature . Secure Transactions. Price/Performance.21 1.29 1. Financial Transactions. Single View of Identity.Bridging the Human-Machine Identity Gap: Enrollment.33 © Acuity Market Intelligence vii August 2009 .11 1.30 1.23 1.AFIS/10 Print .13 Mega Trends Globalization and Developing Economies Borderless Economies Workforce Decentralization and Mobility Population Mobility Proliferation of Mobile Devices and the Rise of Trusted Access Anywhere Central Role of Digital Identity Inevitability of eGovernment The Rise of Cloud Computing Meta Drivers Public Sector Application Solution Meta Drivers .30 1. & Secure Mobility 1.12 1.The Future of Biometrics Table of Contents INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW About Acuity Market Intelligence Report Overview Introduction Preface to the 2009 Edition EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Executive Summary Analysis and Forecasts PART ONE: MARKET ANALYSIS Context Biometrics in 2020: A Day in the Life i ii iii v 1.16 1.Iris .22 1.Will the Financial Meltdown of 2008 Drive Biometric Adoption? . Context Specific Identity.30 1.14 1.Finger .

Region.22 2.EMEA: Technology.Asia Pacific: Technology. US Region .51 2.2 2.63 2.72 2. Application Commercial by Solution . Technology.eGovernment: Global. Region.66 2.Central and South America: Public Sector and Commercial Markets . US .8 2.6 2. Region.Target Markets . Application .8 2-4 Market Forecasts Global Market: Value Chain. eID.33 2. EU.2 2.Solutions Timeframe .45 2. Information Transactions. Market Sector Public Sector : Global. Application . EU. US.Global. Region. Middle East & Africa Central and South America Asia Pacific: Asia. EU.64 2. Technology. US.Development Priority . Technology.Technology Deployment 2. EU.7 2. Application Public Sector by Solution .Technology Deployment Commercial: Enterprise Security. Pacific Rim © Acuity Market Intelligence viii August 2009 .Information Transactions Key Targets. US . Technology.57 2.6 2.Development Priority .Asia Pacific: Public Sector and Commercial Markets .eID: Global.5 2.6 2.22 2. Application . Application.63 2.16 2. Application .56 2.28 2. Technology.Information Transactions: Global. Application . US . EU. Application . US. CA.10 2. EU.3 2-1 Market Segmentation Public Sector: eBorders.North America: Public Sector and Commercial Markets . Technology.eGovernment Key Targets: Global. Technology. US. Mexico EMEA: Europe. Region.Financial Transactions: Global. US.Target Markets .40 2.The Future of Biometrics Table of Contents PART TWO Introduction to Segmentation and Forecasts Methodology Data Sources Model Assumptions.Enterprise Security: Global. Region*. Application 2. EU. Application . US . US.73 2-9 Forecast Conclusions 2-75 *Regions: North America: US.62 2.27 2.45 2. Technology.eBorders: Global.EMEA: Public Sector and Commercial Markets . EU. Application .39 2. EU. Application .2 2. Region. EU. US Commercial: Global.2 2. EU. EU.70 2.North America: Technology. US.8 2.69 2.67 2. Technology.eBorders Key Targets: Global.5 2. Financial Transactions . EU.34 2. EU.Central and South America: Technology.7 2.Enterprise Security Key Targets: Global./Constraints Market Segmentation Approach Market Segmentation Details Definitions of Sectors and Segments 2. eGovernment . US.Solutions Timeframe . Region.3 2.eID Key Targets: Global.50 2. Region.Financial Transactions Key Targets: Global.

4: Chart 1.28 1.7 1.4: Figure 1.20: Chart 1.13: Figure 1.7 : Chart 1.The Future of Biometrics Charts.2: Chart 1.16 1.12: Figure 1.27 1.18: Chart 1.26 1.11 1.27 1.6: Figure 1.3: Chart 1.33 © Acuity Market Intelligence ix August 2009 .28 1.17: Chart 1.5: Chart 1. Commercial Worldwide Market 2017: Public Sector vs.15: Chart 1.1: Graph 1. Commercial Market Share 2009 by Region Market Share 2017 by Region Global Market by Technology 2009 Global Market by Technology 2017 Global Market by Application 2009 Global Market by Application 2017 Mega Trends Public Sector Application Solution Meta Drivers Commercial Application Solution Meta Drivers Technology Evolution Meta Drivers Countervailing Forces Core Issues Map Solutions Value Chain Post 9/11 Program Review NFC Enabled Personal Authentication Device Market Player Landscape Biometrics Industry Revenue 2009—2017 Biometrics Industry Revenue 2009—2015 Worldwide Market 2009: Public Sector vs. Tables & Graphs—Part One .16: Chart 1.27 1.7: Graph 1.7 1.26 1.14 1. Graph 1.5 1.5 1.1: Chart 1.3: Figure 1.11: Chart 1.21 1.6 1.2 1.22: Figure 1.7 1. Commercial Worldwide Market 2017: Public Sector vs.14: Chart 1.25 1.31 1.6 1.9 : Chart 1.17 1.2 1.8: Biometrics Industry Revenue 2009—2017 Biometrics Industry Revenue 2007—2015 Public Sector Market Segmentation Commercial Market Segmentation Worldwide Market 2009: Public Sector vs.5: Chart 1.21: Chart 1.18 1.2: Chart 1.3: Graph 1.6: Chart 1.7 1.19 Chart 1.2: Figure 1.6 1.27 1.15 1. Commercial Market Share 2009 by Region Market Share 2017 by Region Global Market by Technology 2009 Global Market by Technology 2017 Global Market by Application 2009 Global Market by Application 2017 Future of Key Technologies Transformation Components 1.19 1.26 1.8: Chart 1.4: Chart 1.6 1.24 1.1: Chart 1.26 1.10: Figure 1.

12: Graph 2.9: Graph 2.11 2.19 2.1: Table 2.14: Graph 2.2: Chart 2.20 © Acuity Market Intelligence x August 2009 .16 2.17 2.12: Graph 2.8: Table 2.10: Table 2.2: Table 2.The Future of Biometrics Charts.14 2.6: Chart 2.19 2.14 2.18: Table 2.20: Table 2.11 2.5: Graph 2.EU Public Sector Market Forecast .15: Chart 2.10 2.11: Graph 2.4: Table 2.10: Graph 2.EMEA Public Sector Market Forecast .13 2.19 2.22: Definitions of Market Sectors Definitions of Application Areas Public Sector Market Segmentation Public Sector Development Priority Public Sector Solutions Timeframe Public Sector Technology Deployment Commercial Market Segmentation Commercial Development Priority Commercial Solutions Timeframe Commercial Technology Deployment Biometrics Core Technology Total Market Biometric Core Technology and Value Chain Forecast Biometric Core Technology and Value Chain Forecast Global Market Forecast by Region Global Market Forecast by Region Market Share by Region 2007 Market Share by Region 2015 Global Market Forecast by Technology Global Market Forecast by Technology Global Market Share by Technology Global Market Share by Technology 2009 Global Market Share by Technology 2017 Global Market Forecast by Application Global Market Forecast by Application Global Market Share by Application Global Market Share by Application 2009 Global Market Share by Application 2017 Global Market Forecast Public Sector versus Commercial Global Market Forecast Public Sector versus Commercial Global Market Public Sector versus Commercial 2009 Global Market Public Sector versus Commercial 2017 Global Market Forecast by Market Sector Global Market Forecast by Market Sector Global Market Share by Market Sector 2009 Global Market Share by Market Sector 2017 Public Sector Market Forecast .12 2.21: Chart 2.12 2.5: Chart 2.20 2.6 2.16: Table 2.13: Graph 2.17 2.16: Chart 2.9 2.18 2.3 2.13 2.By Region Public Sector Market Forecast .13: Chart 2.3: Graph 2.13 2.1: Figure 2.11: Chart 2.16 2.14 2.US Public Sector Market Forecast by Technology Public Sector Market Forecast by Technology Public Sector Market Share by Technology 2009 Public Sector Market Share by Technology 2017 Public Sector Market Forecast by Application Public Sector Market Forecast by Application Public Sector Market Share by Application 2009 Public Sector Market Share by Application 2017 2.6: Chart 2.17 2.9 2.3: Chart 2.13 2.By Region Public Sector Market Forecast .19 2.15 2.15 2.11 2.12 2.3: Chart 2.7: Graph 2.11 2.by Market Sector Public Sector Market Forecast .18 2.8: Graph 2.3 2.10 2.9: Graph 2.15: Table 2.12: Table 2.17: Chart 2.5 2.14: Table 2.13 2.18 2.1: Chart 2.20 2.9: Chart 2.12 2.North America Public Sector Market Forecast .Asia Pacific Public Sector Market Forecast .by Market Sector Public Sector Market Forecast .11: Graph 2.2: Chart 2.4: Chart 2.19: Chart 2.17: Chart 2.Central and South America Public Sector Market Forecast .5: Table 2.6 2.15 2.1: Graph 2.7 2.16 2.6 2.20 2.4: Chart 2.12 2.8: Graph 2.7: Chart 2.10: Graph 2.7: Chart 2.8 2.15 2.2: Graph 2.6: Chart 2.14 2.16 2.8 2. Tables & Graphs—Part TWO Figure 2.

22 2.19: Graph 2.Central and South America eGovernment Market Forecast .41: Table 2.16: Graph 2.Global. EU.Central and South America eBorders Market Forecast .Asia Pacific eID Market Forecast .34: Graph 2.33 2.21 2.44: Graph 2.EU eBorders Market Forecast .22 2.21: Graph 2.32 2.22 2.The Future of Biometrics Charts.28 2.32: Graph 2.Global.32 2.30 2.31 2.By Region eGovernment Market Forecast .Global eID Market Forecast . US Government Admin ID Market Forecast .21: Graph 2.28 2.23: Chart 2.By Region eGovernment Market Forecast .24: Graph 2.30 2.24 2.24: Table 2.North America eBorders Market Forecast .46: Graph 2.25: Graph 2.North America eGovernment Market Forecast .22: Graph 2. Tables & Graphs—Part TWO Table 2.17: Graph 2.42: Table 2.33 2.25: Table 2. US Port Facility Market Forecast . EU.23: Graph 2.24 2.Global eID Market Forecast .30 2.31 2.30: Table 2.24 2.Global. US Expedited Traveler Market Forecast .Global.27 2.34 2.40: Table 2.39: Chart 2.34 2.13: Graph 2. EU.Global.23 2.29: Chart 2.US eBorders Market Forecast by Technology eBorders Market Forecast by Technology eBorders Market Share by Technology 2009 eBorders Market Share by Technology 2017 eBorders Market Forecast by Application eBorders Market Forecast by Application eBorders Market Share by Application 2009 eBorders Market Share by Application 2017 Expedited Traveler Market Forecast .27 2.15: Graph 2.33: Graph 2.18: Table 2.Global eGovernment Market Forecast .27 2. US Government Admin ID Market Forecast .27: Chart 2.Global.24: Graph 2.Central and South America eID Market Forecast .25: Chart 2.33 2.23: Graph 2. EU.Asia Pacific 2.30: Table 2. US Civil ID Market Forecast .21 2.20: Graph 2.14: Graph 2.Global eBorders Market Forecast .By Region eBorders Market Forecast .24 2. US eID Market Forecast .19: Graph 2.North America eID Market Forecast .47: eBorders Market Forecast .21 2.38: Chart 2.26 2. EU.45: Graph 2.37: Table 2.35 © Acuity Market Intelligence xi August 2009 .20: Graph 2.Global.Asia Pacific eBorders Market Forecast .34 2.18: Graph 2.26: Table 2.21 2. US Port Facility Market Forecast .Global eBorders Market Forecast .28: Table 2.26 2.EMEA eGovernment Market Forecast .By Region eBorders Market Forecast .26 2.25 2.29 2.29: Table 2.Global eGovernment Market Forecast .27: Chart 2.33 2.25 2.32 2.36: Graph 2.23 2.EU eID Market Forecast .Global.By Region eID Market Forecast .32 2. EU.27 2.EMEA eID Market Forecast . EU.31: Graph 2.30 2.EMEA eBorders Market Forecast .31 2. EU.26: Chart 2. US eGovernment Market Forecast .29 2.26: Graph 2.23 2.43: Graph 2.By Region eID Market Forecast .29 2.US eID Market Forecast by Technology eID Market Forecast by Technology eID Market Share by Technology 2009 eID Market Share by Technology 2017 eID Market Forecast by Application eID Market Forecast by Application eID Market Share by Application 2009 eID Market Share by Application 2017 Civil ID Market Forecast .35: Graph 2.28: Table 2.26 2.31 2.25 2.28 2.25 2.22: Graph 2.

Global Enterprise Security Market Forecast .36 2.29: Graph 2.41 2.Global.The Future of Biometrics Charts.63: Chart 2. EU.EU eGovernment Market Forecast .Central and South America Commercial Market Forecast .Global.39 2.37 2. EU. US Commercial Market Forecast .42 2.43 2.43 2.31: Chart 2.49 © Acuity Market Intelligence xii August 2009 .34: Table 2.36 2.42 2.By Market Sector Commercial Market Forecast .50: Chart 2.48 2.74: Table 2.Global.By Region Enterprise Security Market Forecast .30: Graph 2.37 2.40: Table 2.40 2. EU.46 2.57: Graph 2. US Financial Services Forecast .48 2.40 2.72: Chart 2.Global Enterprise Security Market Forecast .US Enterprise Security Market Forecast by Technology Enterprise Security Market Forecast by Technology Enterprise Security Market Share by Technology 2009 Enterprise Security Market Share by Technology 2017 Enterprise Security Market Forecast by Application Enterprise Security Market Forecast by Application Enterprise Security Market Share by Application 2009 Enterprise Security Market Share by Application 2017 Financial Services Market Forecast .51: Chart 2.37: Chart 2.By Region Commercial Market Forecast .66: Graph 2.71: Table 2.49 2. EU.38 2.39 2.43 2.58: Graph 2.36: Table 2.42: Table 2.Asia Pacific Enterprise Security Market Forecast .38: Table 2.53: Table 2.46 2.41 2.43 2.39: Graph 2.38 2.60: Graph 2.Asia Pacific Commercial Market Forecast .73: Chart 2.37 2.38 2.31 Graph 2.47 2.35 2.36 2.32: Table 2.34: Graph 2.33: Graph 2.47 2.36 Graph 2.41: Chart 2.Global.By Region Enterprise Security Market Forecast .62: Chart 2.45 2.45 2.Global. US Commercial Facing Market Forecast .48 2.44 2. US Commercial Facing Market Forecast .28 Graph 2.US Commercial Market Forecast by Technology Commercial Market Forecast by Technology Commercial Market Share by Technology 2009 Commercial Market Share by Technology 2017 Commercial Market Forecast by Application Commercial Market Forecast by Application Commercial Market Share by Application 2009 Commercial Market Share by Application 2017 Enterprise Security Market Forecast .48: Graph 2.40: eGovernment Market Forecast .39 2.35 2.55: Graph 2.US eGovernment Market Forecast by Technology eGovernment Market Forecast by Technology eGovernment Market Share by Technology 2009 eGovernment Market Share by Technology 2017 eGovernment Market Forecast by Application eGovernment Market Forecast by Application eGovernment Market Share by Application 2009 eGovernment Market Share by Application 2017 Citizen Facing Market Forecast .61: Table 2.36 2.38 2.46 2.68: Graph 2.40 2.47 2.45 2.52: Table 2.44 2.44 2.42 2.44 2.EU Commercial Market Forecast .48 2.54: Table 2.35: Chart 2. EU.EMEA Commercial Market Forecast .By Region Commercial Market Forecast .41 2.35: Graph 2.EMEA Enterprise Security Market Forecast . Tables & Graphs—Part TWO Graph 2.42 2.47 2.39 2.North America Enterprise Security Market Forecast .49: Table 2.Global.Global. US Transportation Market Forecast .North America Commercial Market Forecast .39: Chart 2.By Market Sector Commercial Market Forecast .56: Graph 2.69: Graph 2. US Citizen Facing Market Forecast .37 2. EU.27: Graph 2.37: Graph 2.Central and South America Enterprise Security Market Forecast .EU Enterprise Security Market Forecast .59: Graph 2. US 2.70: Graph 2.67: Graph 2.65: Graph 2.33: Chart 2.49 2. EU.64: Table 2.32: Graph 2.38: Graph 2.

Global.US Information Transactions Market Forecast by Technology Information Transactions Market Forecast by Technology Information Transactions Market Share by Technology 2009 Information Transactions Market Share by Technology 2017 Information Transactions Market Forecast by Application Information Transactions Market Forecast by Application Information Transactions r Market Share by Application 2009 Information Transactions Market Share by Application 2017 Healthcare Market Forecast .46: Table 2.50 2.51 2.51 2.US Financial Transactions Market Forecast by Technology Financial Transactions Market Forecast by Technology Financial Transactions Market Share by Technology 200 Financial Transactions Market Share by Technology 201 Financial Transactions Market Forecast by Application Financial Transactions Market Forecast by Application Financial Transactions Market Share by Application 2009 Financial Transactions Market Share by Application 2017 Consumer Market Forecast .62 2.41: Graph 2.53: Graph 2.59 2.75: Table 2.62 2.52 2.92: Graph 2.91: Graph 2.By Region Financial Transactions Market Forecast .99: Table 2.Global. US Financial Services Market Forecast .By Region Financial Transactions Market Forecast .Global Financial Transactions Market Forecast .98: Table 2. EU.94: Graph 2.49: Chart 2.53 2.77: Graph 2.78: Graph 2.58 2.53 2.97: Chart 2.54 2.52 2.45: Chart 2.50 2.Global.61 2.56 2.102: Chart 2.88: Table 2. US Information Transactions Market Forecast .EMEA Financial Transactions Market Forecast .101: Table 2.61 2.83: Table 243: Graph 2.44: Table 244: Graph 2.Asia Pacific Information Transactions Market Forecast .51 2.43: Chart 2.62 2.Global.59 2.56 2. EU.Global.Global Information Transactions Market Forecast .Global. US Interbank Services Market Forecast .82: Graph 2.79: Graph 2.54 2.Global Information Transactions Market Forecast . EU.50: Table 2.By Region Information Transactions Market Forecast .59 2.93: Graph 2.55 2.52: Graph 2. US Financial Transactions Market Forecast .57 2. EU.51: Chart 2.55 2. US Interbank Services Market Forecast .52: Transportation Market Forecast .Central and South America Information Transactions Market Forecast .60 2.63 © Acuity Market Intelligence xiii August 2009 .53 2.Global Financial Transactions Market Forecast . US Consumer Forecast Market .54 2.84: Chart 2.The Future of Biometrics Charts.96: Chart 2.Central and South America Financial Transactions Market Forecast .52 2.50 2.54 2.60 2.45: Graph 2.100: Table 2.Asia Pacific Financial Transactions Market Forecast .85: Chart 2.49: Graph 2.48: Table 2.58 2.59 2.47: Graph 2.Global. EU.42: Graph 2.58 2.Global.EMEA Information Transactions Market Forecast . Tables & Graphs—Part TWO Graph 2.55 2.55: Graph 2.49 2.By Region Information Transactions Market Forecast .50 2.90: Graph 2.80: Graph 2.89: Graph 2.57 2.62 2. US North America Key Public Sector Market Forecast North America Key Public Sector Market Forecast North America Key Commercial Market Forecast North America Key Commercial Market Forecast North America Market Forecast by Technology North America Market Forecast by Technology North America Market Share by Technology 2009 North America Market Share by Technology 2017 2.57 2. US Financial Services Market Forecast .63 2.87 Table 2.54: Graph 2.95: Table 2. EU.61 2.51: Graph 2.56 2.North America Information Transactions Market Forecast .81: Graph 2.56 2.48: Graph 2.47: Chart 2.63 2. EU.50: Graph 2.60 2.EU Financial Transactions Market Forecast . US Healthcare Market Forecast .Global.46: Graph 2. EU.63 2. EU.76: Table 2.53 2.86 Table 2.61 2.EU Information Transactions Market Forecast .60 2.55 2.North America Financial Transactions Market Forecast .

59: Graph 2.72 2.66 2.67: Graph 2.The Future of Biometrics Charts.59: Chart 2.58: Table 2.67 2.72 2.64: Table 2.69 2.67 2.114: Chart 2.63: Chart 2.67 2.70 2.113: Table 2.71 2.106: Chart 2.66 2.110: Chart 2.65 2.68 2.70 2.108: Table 2.53: Chart 2.73 © Acuity Market Intelligence xiv August 2009 .64 2.73 2.112: Table 2.115: Chart 2.63: Graph 2.72 2.68 2.65 2.66: North America Market Forecast by Application North America Market Forecast by Application North America Market Share by Application 2009 North America Market Share by Application 2017 EMEA Key Public Sector Market Forecast EMEA Key Public Sector Market Forecast EMEA Key Commercial Market Forecast EMEA Key Commercial Market Forecast EMEA Market Forecast by Technology EMEA Market Forecast by Technology EMEA Market Share by Technology 2009 EMEA Market Share by Technology 2017 EMEA Market Forecast by Application EMEA Market Forecast by Application EMEA Market Share by Application 2009 EMEA Market Share by Application 2017 Central and South America Key Public Sector Market Forecast Central and South America Key Public Sector Market Forecast Central and South America Key Commercial Market Forecast Central and South America Key Commercial Market Forecast Central and South America Market Forecast by Technology Central and South America Market Forecast by Technology Central and South America Market Share by Technology 2009 Central and South America Market Share by Technology 2017 Central and South America Sector Market Forecast by Application Central and South America Market Forecast by Application Central and South America Market Share by Application 2009 Central and South America Market Share by Application 2017 Asia Pacific Key Public Sector Market Forecast Asia Pacific Key Public Sector Market Forecast Asia Pacific Key Commercial Market Forecast Asia Pacific Key Commercial Market Forecast Asia Pacific Market Forecast by Technology Asia Pacific Market Forecast by Technology Asia Pacific Market Share by Technology 2009 Asia Pacific Market Share by Technology 2017 Asia Pacific Market Forecast by Application Asia Pacific Market Forecast by Application Asia Pacific Market Share by Application 2009 Asia Pacific Market Share by Application 2017 2.65 2.71 2.103: Chart 2.68 2. Tables & Graphs—Part TWO Table 2.64 2.54: Table 2.66: Graph 2.65: Chart 2.69 2.66 2.64 2.69 2.13: Chart 2.68: Graph 2.105: Table 2.14: Table 2.70 2.64: Graph 2.104: Table 2.111: Chart 2.67 2.107: Chart 2.61: Graph 2.68 2.62: Graph 2.56: Graph 2.66 2.65 2.73 2.71 2.58: Graph 2.60: Graph 2.72 2.65: Graph 2.73 2.109: Table 2.69 2.57: Chart 2.60: Table 2.61: Chart 2.64 2.57: Graph 2.71 2.70 2.62: Table 2.

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