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Date:3/21/2013

ber of Mobile Workers (in Millions) by
Nature of Work - Mobile Office, Mobile Non-Office, Mobile
Home Based (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-13

Table 6: Worldwide Mobile Workforce (2011): Percentage Share
Breakdown of Number of Mobile Workers by Region (includes
corresponding Graph/Chart) II-13
Growing Adoption for Access Control in Banking & Financial
Services Sector II-14
Time & Attendance Management Sustains Demand for Hand
Geometry Systems II-14
Focus on Beefing Up Security Within Prisons Spur Demand for
Hand Geometry Systems II-15
Hand Geometry Continues to be The Biometric Technology of
Choice in Harsh Working Environments II-15
Technology Developments Drive Optimism II-15
New Applications to Help Sustain Market Opportunities II-16
Household Appliances - A New Opportunity II-16
Healthcare - A Niche Market Segment II-16
Inherent Drawbacks Make Hand Geometry Systems Lose Out to
Alternatives II-17
Merger with Fingerprint Identification Systems - 'The
Inevitable' II-18

2. TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW II-20
Biometrics Technology - An Introduction II-20
A Peek into the History II-20
Working of Biometrics II-20
Physiological and Behavioral Characteristics II-20
Verification and Identification II-21
Hand Geometry - Overview II-21
How It Works? II-22
Applications II-22
Strengths & Weaknesses II-23

3. BIOMETRICS STANDARDS II-24
Significance of Standards in the Industry II-24
Organizations/ Standards Governing the Use of Biometrics II-24
Biometric Consortium II-24
International Biometrics Industry Association (IBIA) II-24
Commercial Biometrics Developers' Consortium (CBDC) II-25
National Biometric Test Center (NBTC) II-25
National Biometric Security Project (NBSP) II-25
Biometrics Working Group (BWG) II-25
International Association for Biometrics (iAfB) II-25
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