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This updated 188 page report is packed full of detail and analysis and includes an impact analysis on the launch of 3D facial recognition on the Apple iPhone X, a review of current global adoption, market analysis including key drivers and barriers for adoption, interviews with leading stakeholders, technology analysis with review of key biometric technologies and profiles of companies supplying biometric systems for mobile & wearable devices.
This report covers the latest developments in this sector and covers key questions and topics that are a vital for this industry. They include key trends that are shaping the industry including:
* Impact analysis on Apple Face ID facial recognition including its impact on fingerprint sensor integration
* The emergence of multi-modal biometric authentication
* The importance of liveness and anti-spoof technologies and how is this being integrated
* How new smart mobile device design is affecting hardware biometric sensor design and integration
* The latest M&A activity
* Average Selling Price (ASP) for the fingerprint sensor market
* What vertical sectors will be popular for mobile biometric authentication adoption
* Is there a dominant model for deploying mobile-based biometrics?
* When will we see a consumer wearable device that supports biometric authentication?
* Will fingerprint biometrics continue to dominate the market?
* What is the impact of emerging biometric technologies including iris, face, voice, behavioral and eye vein?
Companies Referenced in this report: 3M Cogent, Acer, Airwatch, Agnitio, Alcatel, Alibaba, Aoptix, Applied Biometrics, Apple, ARM, Asus, Atheer Labs, ATOS, BehavioSec, BioCatch, Biometrics Signature ID, BlackBerry, BLU, B-Secur, BioConnect, Brightek, bunq, Cognitec, Coolpad, CrucialTec, Daon, Delta ID, Diamond Fortress Technologies, Digital Insight, EBA, Egis Technology, EMVCo, Encap Security, Entrust, Epileds, Epistar, EyeLock, EyeVerify, Gionee, Fingerprint Cards, FingerQ, FlexEnable, FotoNation, Foxconn, Fujitsu, Fulcrum Biometrics, Gemalto, Goodix, Good Technology, Google, GSMA, Halifax Bank, Hisense, HP, HSBC, HTC, Huawei, HYPR, IDair, IDEX, iProov, IriTech, ISORG, LeEco, Lenovo, LG, KeyLemon, Kyocera, Meizu, Micromax, Microsoft, MobileIron, M2SYS, Nationwide Building Society, Nuance Communications, NeuroSky, NexID Biometrics, Nymi, Nok Nok Labs, NTT DOCOMO, OnePlus, Oppo, OSRAM, OXI Technology, Qihoo 360, Pantech, Precise Biometrics, Princeton Identity, Qualcomm, Royal Bank of Canada, RSA, Samsung, Safran Morpho, Sciometrics, Sensory Inc., Silead, Sharp, SoftKinetic, Sony, Sonavation, SRI International, STMicroelectronics, Synaptics, Tangerine, Tascent, TCL, The FIDO Alliance, USAA, VASCO, Veridium, Vivo, Vishay, Vkansee, VoiceTrust, VoiceVault, Wells Fargo, Xiaomi, ZTE, ZUK
Alan Goode, author of the report and founder of Goode Intelligence said “The market continues to evolve and the announcement that Apple is replacing Touch ID fingerprint authentication with 3D facial recognition technology for its new flagship model, the iPhone X, is significant.
“3D facial recognition technology uses infrared (IR), neural networks and machine learning to support biometric authentication on a bezel-less OLED display – which so far has proved problematic using a fingerprint sensor.
“When Apple announced Touch ID in 2013 it revolutionised consumer biometric authentication and led to an explosion of fingerprint sensors being integrated in almost all new smartphones. We expect that Face ID is likely to be disruptive and to impact the market – we’ll see Android Original Equipment Manufacturers’ (OEMs) replicate Apple’s move by integrating 3D facial recognition technology into their flagship models – however Fingerprint will continue to play an important role for OEMs both in single and multi-modal strategies.”