The government of different countries are known to play a vital role in establishing the prominence of the face voice biometrics market. The governing authorities of emerging economies are boosting the market growth by encouraging Foreign Direct Investment which ultimately improves the standard and infrastructure of the face and biometrics market. Growing adoption of these services in different industries such as the pharmaceutical industry and government offices are propelling the growth of the market ahead. The government as an end-use segment is projected to create incremental growth opportunities in the market worth US$5Bn by the end of 2025. Research and development activities supported by the government play a vital role in determining the growth trajectory of these biometric services. Government collaborations to use biometrics against terrorism pacing way for a new trend in the market. Led by the US, North America is expected to contribute a huge chunk of revenue in the market. The government segment in the region in forecasted to bolster the biometrics landscape with rapid growth. Major market players are entering into collaborations to expand their market presence. They are investing in solutions that offer biographic and biometric data in real-time. Prominent players profiled in the global market are Cognitec Systems GmbH, Apple, Inc., Nuance Communications, Inc., M2SYS Technologies., Atos SE, and Morpho (Safran).
Government end use industry segment poised for steady growth during 2017 – 2025
Revenue from the government end use industry segment in the global face and voice biometric market was valued at US$ 629.7 Mn in 2012 and US$ 1,152.0 Mn in 2016, representing a CAGR of 16.3% from 2012 to 2016. According to forecasts by Persistence Market Research, the government segment is slated to witness an increase in revenue from close to US$ 1.7 Bn in 2017 to more than US$ 6 Bn by the end of 2025, representing a CAGR of 18.3% from 2017 to 2025. The government segment is projected to create incremental opportunity of a little less than US$ 5 Bn between 2017 and 2025.
Government incentives encouraging FDI in the face and voice biometric market
Foreign investors are indispensable in the growth of the face and voice biometric market. National governments – particularly in emerging economies – are offering opportunities to foreign direct investors to invest in improving the standards and infrastructure of face and voice biometrics. High technology products that need a high R&D such as computers, electrical machinery, scientific instruments, and pharmaceuticals will come to rely on the face and voice biometric market in the days ahead. Countries to look out for in this space include China, South Korea, Singapore, Germany, and the U.S.
Governments across the globe are implementing biometrics in security
In April 2017, Innovatrics s.r.o., a biometrics solutions provider along with Veridos, Sertracen, and IECISA entered into an agreement with the Civil Registry of Panama. This contract was supervised by the Tribunal Electoral and is meant to register births, marriages, and deaths, and make a note of any changes in people’s personal information by relying on the face and voice biometrics market. In 2016, Vision-Box, S.A agreed to conduct a pilot program for the Mato Grosso State Court of Justice with a biometric solution for improving criminal hearing personal identifications. Vision-Box is expected to deploy vb e-pass, an integrated system that considers both biometric and biographic data in real time.
R&D focus by governments to boost the face and voice biometric market
In January 2017, the EU research and investment supported TABULA RASA consortium that planned to study vulnerabilities and create countermeasures has unveiled a new project called Beat that seeks to gather multimodal biometrics data such as iris, vein, voice, face, and fingerprint scans from volunteers. This is then used for the purpose of testing. In 2016, the Malaysia and Singapore governments decided to enter into a strategic tie-up to share vital biometric information of known terrorists along with those convicted of terrorism charges. In short, governments have come to rely on the face and voice biometric market to a great extent in the 21st century.
U.S. dominates the North America face and voice biometric market
The U.S. is anticipated to be the most attractive market in the North America face and voice biometric market throughout the course of the forecast period in terms of value. However, Canada should witness a high CAGR of 15.8% during the study period. In 2016, the U.S. face and voice biometric market was already worth nearly US$ 1.7 Bn and this should show steady growth in revenue terms until the end of 2025. The government segment is predicted to be the most attractive segment by end use industry in the North America face and voice biometric market and was valued at just under half a billion US dollars in 2016. Market forecasts indicate a steady growth of the government segment over the assessment period in the North America region with a CAGR of 14.7% in terms of value from 2017 to 2025.
Passwords and PINS to gain access to systems increasingly seem like a 20th century technology that should be consigned to the pages of history. The 21st century is poised to be all about face and voice biometrics recognition. Persistence Market Research in an upcoming report ‘Face and Voice Biometric Market: Global Industry Analysis 2012 – 2016 and Forecast 2017 – 2025’ has taken an in-depth look at the global face and voice biometric market on the basis of a number of important metrics such as CAGR, Y-o-Y growth rate, and absolute as well as incremental dollar opportunity.
The face and voice biometric market report begins with an executive summary that is a succinct yet comprehensive first look at the face and voice biometric market across the globe. It includes an overview and a brief analysis of the face and voice biometric market. The recommendations made by Persistence Market Research analysts can also be found here and it touches upon the product type and end-user industry to target with a differentiating strategy to truly succeed in the face and voice biometric market. The market introduction chapter can be considered complementary to the executive summary and it is advised to read them in tandem. This chapter gives the key market definitions along with the face and voice biometric market taxonomy and is quite beneficial for readers who wish to gain a grassroots understanding of the face and voice biometric market. A value chain analysis that clearly mentions the relationship between different nodes such as algorithm development, hardware and software design, and sales and distribution networks completes this vital section of the face and voice biometric market report.
Face and Voice Biometric Market Taxonomy
By End User Industry
The next section of the face and voice biometric market report speaks at length about the macroeconomic factors that impact the face and voice biometric market. An opportunity analysis can be immensely valuable for potential stakeholders who wish to enter the highly lucrative face and voice biometric market and this is covered in this comprehensive research publication.
The global face and voice biometric market has been segmented into five geographic regions for the purpose of this study. Each region has been studied in great detail in a dedicated section in the face and voice biometric market report. The study encompasses an understanding of the drivers, restraints, opportunities, and threats that are endemic to that specific region along with key regulations. An impact analysis has been carried out by the research experts for the readers’ benefit. The historical market size of the largest countries in every region has been contrasted with their anticipated future growth to help readers understand where to invest. The regional sections also comprise a market forecast on the basis of Technology, Type, and End User to give a complete picture to the reader.
There are a few forecast factors that could potentially have an outsized impact on the face and voice biometric market. Their relevance has been highlighted in a separate section, along with certain assumptions pertaining to the face and voice biometric market that have been made while preparing this report. Readers are advised to refer to this section to dispel any doubts they may have pertaining to the way this report has been prepared.
It is virtually impossible to dominate any market with a monopoly in today’s day and age of cutthroat competition. In the face and voice biometric market report, Persistence Market Research has profiled a few of the top companies that have been responsible for shaping the face and voice biometric market in its present form. A company overview, key financials, recent developments affecting the company and strategies adopted to compete in the global face and voice biometric market can be expected in this chapter.
The research methodology developed by Persistence Market Research is amongst the best in the industry. The analysts first conduct rigorous primary and secondary research to formulate a detailed discussion guide and a list of industry players. After conducting extensive interviews, the data is collected and then thoroughly validated using the triangulation method where primary and secondary data is merged with Persistence Market Research analysts’ expert opinion. This is then scrutinized using advanced tools to gain all the necessary insights into the face and voice biometric market.