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Global Fingerprint Biometrics Industry
Date:3/21/2013

- A Niche Market Segment II-28
Smart Homes to Drive Demand for Fingerprint Identification
Solutions II-28
Prevention of Crimes Made Possible with Fingerprint
Identification Systems II-28
Issues II-29
Multimodal Biometrics: A Threat to Traditional Unimodal
Biometric Systems in the Longer-Term II-29
Public Apprehensions Mar Wider Adoption of Fingerprint
Identification II-30
Issues with Fingerprint Capturing Pose Significant Challenges II-30
Fingerprint Capturing Issues in a Nutshell II-30
Forgery of Fingerprints - A Major Issue II-30
Lack of Interoperability - A Technical Challenge II-31
Growing Competitive Heat from Other Biometric Technologies II-31

2. PRODUCT OVERVIEW II-32
Biometrics Technology II-32
Introduction II-32
A Peek into the History II-32
Working of Biometrics II-32
Physiological and Behavioral Characteristics II-32
Verification and Identification II-33
Fingerprint Identification - Overview II-33
Introduction II-33
History II-34
How It Works? II-34
Fingerprint Imaging Technology II-34
Optical Technology II-34
Thermal Technology II-35
Ultrasound Technology II-35
Silicon Chip Technology II-35
Fingerprint Matching Techniques II-36
Fingerprint Classification II-36
Fingerprint Image Enhancement II-37
Form Factor II-37
Applications II-37
Fingerprint Identification Systems: Product Classification II-37
Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) II-37
Non-AFIS II-38
AFIS/Live Scan Vs Non-AFIS/Finger-scan II-39
Technology Developments II-39
Contactless Fingerprint Systems: A New Development II-39
Biometrics Standards II-40
Significance of Standards in the Industry II-40
Organizations/Standards Governing the Use of Biometrics II-40
Biometric Consortium II-40
International Biometrics Industry Association (IBIA) II-41
Commercial Biometrics Developers' Consortium (C
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