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Automated Biometric Facilitation Continues to Accelerate!

Posted: September 21st, 2018 | Author:

Two announcements in the last two days, confirm Acuity’s recent research findings that the Automated Border Control Market is evolving from a single-point solution market focused on alleviating chokepoint traffic to an integrated Automated Biometric Facilitation Market designed to simplify and expedite passenger processing from “curb to gate”.

These announcements follow an increasingly rapid string of deployments and commitments by major international airports to adopt Automated Biometric Facilitation in India, and at Honk Kong International airport, as well as Orlando’s commitment to be the first U.S. airport to achieve 100% Biometric Exit implementation.

Acuity’s latest research  – The Airport Automated Biometric Facilitation Report: From Curb to Gate – evaluates the global airport market for Automated Biometric Facilitation from 2018 to 2022. This rapidly evolving market will generate more than $1.3 billion dollars in revenue between 2018 and 2022. Even so, by the end of 2020 just 17% of the Total Addressable Market (TAM) of nearly 100,000 check-in, auto bag drop, and border control, security checkpoint and boarding kiosks and eGates will be deployed.

 

Europe will continue to be the unquestionable revenue leader throughout the forecast period with revenues for Automated Biometric Facilitation solutions growing at a healthy 18.4% CAGR. Europe’s annual revenues more than doubles from 2018 to 2020 accounting for more than 30% of global forecast period revenue as well as total units deployed. However, given the projected growth of airport infrastructure and air passenger numbers in Asia, these market dynamics will shift significantly by 2030.

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Preview Acuity Market Intelligence’s latest market research into the rapidly evolving world of Airport Automated Biometric Facilitation  – The Airport Automated Biometric Facilitation Report: From Curb to Gate  – delivered with Acuity’s typical candid, hype-free, data-driven insight 

This comprehensive, data rich report includes 200 tables and charts representing a wealth of previously unpublished critical data and statistics on the global Airport Automated Biometric Facilitation marketplace:

  • Coverage of 6 critical Automated Biometric Facilitation Solution Types including ABC eGates, ABC Kiosks, Automated Passport Control (APC) Kiosks, Automated Immigration Check-in (AIC) Kiosks, Automated Immigration Boarding (AIB) eGates, and Automated Bag Drop (ABD) Units .
  • Unit and Revenue forecasts Gobally, by Region, and by Solution Type.
  • Regional Analysis with detailed forecasts of eGate and Kiosk unit volumes and revenues by Solution Type.

Acuity also provides detailed Deployment List for ABC eGates and APC Kiosks . Each provides details for all known deployments including location, units, biometrics, registration requires, owners, vendors, and vendor market share analysis.

 


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Automated Border Control Kiosks Reach 71 Installations at 59 International Airports and Cruise Terminals

Posted: December 15th, 2017 | Author:

Border authorities have embraced digital identification and biometric-based automation to simplify and accelerate border control processing. Acuity’s latest report on border control kiosks reveals that 71 installations deploying 2283 border control kiosks are active at 59 ports of entry across the globe. These include Automated Border Control (ABC) Kiosks, Automated Passport Control (APC) Kiosks, and Primary Inspection Kiosks (PIK).

As airports and other ports of entry struggle to keep up with increasing volumes of global travelers, automation is the only solution for border control. Integrated digital Identification technology, including document readers and biometrics, allow border agents to securely facilitate low risk international travelers while focusing expensive, high value human resources on genuine threats.

The number of border control kiosks increased more than 60% over last year with CAGR projected to exceed 20% for the next 3 years. The US and Canada dominate the market landscape with 60% and 35% of all border control kiosks deployed. Though only about 100 kiosks are deployed at ten locations across the Caribbean, Pacific, Europe, and the Middle East, Acuity expects the use of these highly efficient and cost-effective border control solutions to migrate broadly within existing regions while expanding to include Asia, Latin America, and Africa over the next few years.

Today, kiosks are deployed at just a few cruise ports, but Acuity expects broader use of kiosks at more seaports and land crossings over the next three to five years. Vancouver Airport’s Innovative Travel Solutions group dominates the global market with more than 60% kiosks unit and installation market share.

Acuity Market Intelligence’s “APC Kiosk Deployment List” (http://www.acuity-mi.com/APCdep.php) provides details for all kiosk border control deployments including location, program, owner, units, vendors, costs, and market share analysis.

Acuity’s border control research and analysis also includes the “ABC eGate Deployment List” (http://www.acuity-mi.com/eGatedep.php) and “The Global Automated Border Control Industry Report: Airport eGates and Kiosks” (http://www.acuity-mi.com/ABCair_Report.php).


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Biometric Smartphones have officially gone “Mainstream”

Posted: February 11th, 2016 | Author:

Our latest research is shutterstock_357654659-2 out. And the BIG NEWS: Biometric Smartphones are officially mainstream!  More than 200 fingerprint, iris, and eye-vein biometric smartphones have been introduced since Q1 2013 under 70 brand names including market leaders such as Apple, Samsung, Huawei, Xiaomi,, TCL, Oppo, Vivo, and ZTE. Acuity projects that 600 million biometric smartphones are currently in use representing 28% of the global installed base.

This explosion of biometric smartphones is just the beginning. The number of models increased from 52 a year ago to 197 today with additional announcements expected by the end of Q1. Acuity is confident the market will achieve the 100% biometric smartphone adoption forecast for 2018 in last year’s Global Biometrics and Mobility Report.

Biometric smartphone prices have dropped dramatically as new low-end options expand adoption, especially in emerging markets. Since Fujitsu introduced the Arrows XF-02 models in February 2013, and Apple the groundbreaking iPhone 5S in September 2013, the quarterly average price of biometric smartphones has plunged from $800 to just $251. This includes 28 models introduced since May 2014 selling for $150 or less.

While 93% of all biometric smartphone models run Google’s Android OS and Fingerprint Cards sensors are used in more than 60% of current models, Apple maintains a dominant 45% total device and fingerprint sensor market share. This is, however, about to change as an onslaught of Android based Chinese phones along with aggressive plans by Chinese sensor manufacturers alter the market landscape during 2016.

Check GMBRrepCOV-2out the “Biometric Smartphone Update” for details of all biometric smartphones shipped since Q1 2013 including brand, model, OS, price point, release date, and availability as well as biometric type, vendor, and sensor, and links to complete specifications and reviews at http://www.acuity-mi.com/BSP.php.

It is a great companion to “The Global Biometrics and Mobility Report” which provides detailed unit and revenue forecasts for smartphones, tablets, and wearables, biometric apps, and biometric payment and other transactions from 2014 to 2020. Preview and purchase at  www./GBMR_Report.php .


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Identity 3.0: Mobile Biometrics Redefine Digital Identity and Disrupt Global Commerce

Posted: August 20th, 2015 | Author:

wordle 10The global market for mobile biometrics is at the center of a firestorm of converging market forces driving new and complex relationships between identity, commerce, and the indispensable personal mobile devices that more than 6 billion consumers carry with them at all times. The proliferation of these powerful mobile devices within the emerging global ecosystem connecting commerce, community, and consumers has fundamentally changed the way we communicate, work, conduct business, shop, entertain ourselves, interact socially, and now identify ourselves.

Two central themes provide the context for understanding the scope of this massive market revolution:

The first is the transformation and convergence of commerce and privacy as they relate to individual consumer identity. How do consumers navigate this complex, interconnected world ensuring their privacy is protected and their PII is secure while they maintain frictionless access to the information, communities, and the goods and services they want to purchase?

Mobile iPhone and Watch MEDThe second is how will enterprises that rely on the accumulation, management, use, and sale of PII evolve or be displaced as this massive global platform based on personal mobile devices disrupts conventional business models? Can businesses based on data aggregation survive the creation of consumer centric ecosystems that transfer data ownership from commercial powerhouses to individual consumers?

This is the framework for evaluating the critical role biometrics has begun and will continue to play as the mobile identity ecosystem is conceived, constructed, and deployed across the globe over the next five years and beyond.

Got your attention?   For more register for Acuity’s Mobile Biometrics Webinar: Redefining Digital Identity and Disrupting Global Commerce on Sep 3, 2015 11:00 AM EDT.

The Webinar will draw extensively from Acuity’s latest research report The Global Biometrics and Mobility Report: The Convergence of Commerce and Privacy.


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Mobility Fuels Biometric “Boom”!

Posted: June 10th, 2015 | Author:

Acuity just released revised forecasts for the mobile biometrics market. Annual revenues from biometrics embedded in smart mobile devices, biometric app downloads, and biometric authentication of transactions are projected to grow from $1.6 billion in 2014 to $34.6 billion in 2020 representing a CAGR of nearly 67% with total forecast period revenues exceeding $117 billion.

MBimage Today’s mobile biometrics are primarily a convenience factor; a pin alternative for device, application, and account access, as well as mobile payment authorization. I believe that by 2017, hardened biometric security on mobile devices will begin in earnest and we will see a genuine transformation in identity and commerce and the true end of “the password as we know it.”

The potential for consumer use of mobile biometrics and the associated revenue is magnitudes greater than any previous application of biometrics. This massive, globally available platform will provide an unprecedented opportunity for sustained sensor, software and app based revenue as well as enormous potential for biometric authentication services for high-risk and high-value transactions.

Acuity also projects that by 2020, biometrics will be standard on 100% of the nearly 3 billion consumer smart mobile devices sold each year. With an installed base of 4.8 billion, more than 89% of all smart mobile devices in use will be biometrically enabled. In addition, more than 5.5 billion biometric apps will be downloaded annually, and more than 800 billion transactions that require some level of biometric authentication will be processed on mobile devices each year.

For detailed forecasts and analysis of the consumer mobile biometric market, preview and purchase “The Global Biometrics and Mobility Report: The Convergence of Commerce and Privacy” at www.acuity-mi.com/GBMR_Report.php


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