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Frost & Sullivan: Integration of Biometrics in Consumer Electronics a Fast-Emerging Trend

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Frost & Sullivan: Integration of BiometricsFrost & Sullivan: Integration of Biometrics in Consumer Electronics a Fast-Emerging Trend PR Newswire MOUNTAIN VIEW, California, Dec. 5, 2013 -- Fingerprint recognition will remain the leading biometric technology While the adoption of biometrics has been concentrated in the government sector, market dynamics are shifting, as these technologies find increasing use in consumer electronic products. Many computers and laptops already use biometrics, and several tier-one manufacturers are now looking to introduce biometrics into devices, such as mobile phones, to distinguish their high-end products in the market. According to the new analysis from Frost & Sullivan (http://www.technicalinsights.frost.com), Innovations in Biometrics for Consumer Electronics, fingerprint recognition will remain the leading biometric technology used in consumer electronics due to its convenience, cost-efficiency and quick ROI. Iris recognition and multimodal biometrics will rapidly grow in the next three years due to their accuracy, although the high cost and large size of iris recognition systems may hinder widespread uptake. Voice and face recognition technologies likewise should find higher usage depending on the security requirement of the application. If you are interested in more information on this study, please send an e- mail to Jeannette Garcia, Corporate Communications, at jeannette.garcia@frost.
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Frost & Sullivan: Integration of Biometrics in Consumer Electronics a Fast-Emerging Trend

PR Newswire

-- Fingerprint recognition will remain the leading biometric technology

While the adoption of biometrics has been concentrated in the government sector, market dynamics are shifting, as these technologies find increasing use in consumer electronic products. Many computers and laptops already use biometrics, and several tier-one manufacturers are now looking to introduce biometrics into devices, such as mobile phones, to distinguish their high-end products in the market.