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Research and Markets: Mobile and Wearable Biometric Authentication Market Forecast Report 2015 - 2019

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j9xt3w/mobile_and) has announced the addition of the "Mobile and Wearable Biometric Authentication Market Forecast Report 2015 - 2019" report to their offering.

Mobile and Wearable Biometric Authentication Market Analysis and Forecasts (2014-2019) is a market analyst report that provides detailed analysis of the market for mobile and wearable biometrics for authentication purposes.

The report has been developed with unrivalled access to the key players in this market sector.

Report Benefits:

  • Detailed regional and global market forecasts for the mobile and wearable biometric sector
  • Market forecasts for mobile phone subscribers, smartphone/tablet sales, wearable device sales
  • How biometric technology companies can succeed in this market and how to get integrated onto mobile and wearable devices
  • Insight and analysis into the current landscape detailing the significance of events such as:
  • Apple Touch ID fingerprint environment and the importance of the decision to open it up to third parties
  • Samsung's biometric authentication strategy for mobile and wearable
  • How FIDO Alliance standards could drive the biometric authentication market
  • The next wave of personal biometric devices - wearable biometrics for continuous authentication
  • Quotes and interviews with key stakeholders in the mobile and wearable biometrics industry
  • Authored by a leading industry expert who has covered mobile security and biometrics since 2007

Coverage

  • Key drivers for the market
  • Key barriers for the market
  • Market activity
  • Analysis of the ecosystem and best ways to succeed in getting biometric technology onto mobile and wearable devices
  • Advantages/Weaknesses of each biometric technology being integrated into mobile and wearable devices
  • Case studies on the most notable events in this industry
  • Market forecasts for the six-year period 2014-2019 that cover:
  • Mobile Phone Subscribers
  • Smartphone Sales
  • Tablet Sales
  • Wearable Device Sales
  • Smart Mobile Device Biometric User Forecasts; by technology and sector
  • Smart Mobile Device Biometric Revenue Forecasts; by technology
  • Wearable Device Biometric User Forecasts

Who should purchase this report?

  • Biometric Technology Companies
  • Authentication Companies
  • Mobile Security Companies
  • Enterprise Mobility Management Companies
  • Mobile Network Operators
  • Mobile and Wearable Device OEMs
  • Hardware Systems Integrators
  • Software Systems Integrators
  • Financial Service Providers
  • Investors
  • Internet Service Providers

Companies Mentioned

  • Apple
  • 3M Cogent
  • Agnitio
  • AOptix
  • Atheer Labs
  • Authentify
  • BehavioSec
  • Bio-Key
  • Bionym
  • Biometrics Signature ID
  • Daon (IdentityX)
  • Diamond Fortress Technologies
  • Entrust
  • EyeVerify
  • FaceBanx
  • Fingerprint Cards
  • FingerQ
  • Fulcrum Biometrics
  • HID Global
  • IDair
  • IDEX
  • Key Lemon
  • Misfit Wearables
  • M2SYS
  • Nuance Communications
  • NEXT Biometrics
  • NexID Biometrics
  • Nok Nok Labs
  • Precise Biometrics
  • Sensory Inc

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/j9xt3w/mobile_and

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