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Global Biometric Systems Market Forecast & Opportunities, 2018
Date:5/16/2013

ometric Technologies 13.6. Mobile Based Applications 13.7. Biometrics in Heartbeat 14. Distribution Channel Analysis 15. Pricing Analysis 16. Competitive Landscape16.1.1. 3M Cogent Inc. 16.1.2. NEC Corp. 16.1.3. Morpho Safran Group 16.1.4. Smartmatic Int. Corp. 16.1.5. Suprema Inc. 16.1.6. RCG Holdings Ltd. 16.1.7. Cross Match Technologies Inc. 16.1.8. SecuGen Corp. 16.1.9. Fujitsu Ltd. 16.1.10. AOptix Technologies Inc. 16.1.11. Hitachi Ltd. 16.1.12. ZK Technologies LLC 16.1.13. IrisGurad Inc. 16.1.14. Precise Biometrics AB 16.1.15. Nuance Communications Inc. 16.1.16. Fingerprint Cards AB 16.1.17. IRIS ID Systems Inc. 16.1.18. Ingersoll Rand PLC 16.1.19. Techsphere Co. Ltd. 16.1.20. LexisNexis Group Inc. 17. Strategic Recommendations

List of Figures Figure 1: Global Biometrics Market Size & Forecast, By Value, 2009-2018 (USD Billion)

Figure 2: Global Biometrics Market Share, By Value, By Application, 2012E

Figure 3: Global Biometrics Market Share Forecast, By Value, By Application, 2018F

Figure 4: Global Biometrics Market Share, By Value, By Technology, 2012E

Figure 5: Global Biometrics Market Share Forecast, By Value, By Technology, 2018F

Figure 6: Global Biometrics Market Share & Forecast, By Value, By Region, 2012E-2018F

Figure 7: Global Biometrics Market Share, By Value, By Company, 2012E

Figure 8: Global Biometrics Market Share Forecast, By Value, By Company, 2018F

Figure 9: Global Fingerprint (AFIS & Non-AFIS) Market Share Biometrics Market Size & Forecast, By Value, 2009-2018 (USD Billion)

Figure 10: Global Fingerprint (AFIS & Non-AFIS) Market Share, By Value, By Application, 2012E

Figure 11: Global Fingerprint (AFIS & Non-AFIS) Market Share Forecast, By Value, By Application, 2018F

Figure 12: Global Fingerprint (AFIS & Non-AFIS) Market Share & Forecast, By Value, By Region, 2012E-2018F

Figure 13: Global Facial Recognition Market Size
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