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Sydney – Tuesday, 31 July 2012 – In its third year, the Biometrics Institute 2012 Industry Survey is a service to members providing an insight into different trends and important developments in the biometrics industry that have taken place in the last 12 months. It also provides an overview of what the industry expects to be the most likely future developments.

"The Adoption of Biometrics in everyday life is expected to be the most significant development in the future overall and in both Australia, New Zealand and Europe and amongst both users and suppliers" highlights Isabelle Moeller, Chief Executive of the Biometrics Institute, "it is interesting to see this change in perspective when in the previous two years, increased user acceptance had been the response but it is probably not surprising when looking at such news as Apple purchasing a fingerprint sensor manufacturer ("AuthenTec snapped up by Apple", Planet Biometrics, 30 July 2012)".

When asked what respondents thought the most significant development had been in the last 12 months, they cited large scale national ID deployments and Biometrics at the Border.

Other questions of the survey provide insight into new developments, future applications, potential market restraints as well as what biometric systems are expected to create most of the sales.

The survey included 49 questions which are being summarised in a detailed report with text and graphs. Some questions provide a break down by supplier versus user or by region such as Australia, New Zealand or Europe. Results are also being compared to the previous year.

249 responses were received to this year’s survey. In contrast to the previous two surveys where the majority of respondents were members of the Biometrics Institute, the majority of respondents this time are non-members as the survey had been opened for distribution to a much broader network.

The full report is now available to Biometrics Institute members at no charge from the website resource library. A snapshot of results will also be presented at the next UK Member Meeting (13 September 2012 in London) and the 8th Technology Showcase and Exhibition in Canberra/ Australia (27 November 2012). To find out about membership, please Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser..

The Biometrics Institute conducted this survey with its members and other key stakeholders from around the world. It will be repeated on an annual basis and released to members through the Biometrics Institute website www.biometricsinstitute.org. An executive summary is available upon request.

The Biometrics Institute is the international independent not-for-profit user group with currently over 120 member organisations including government departments, financial services institutions, health service providers and also vendors of biometric products and services.

It is the meeting place for organisations that have an interest in biometrics and would like to share experiences and receive information and training in an informal environment.

It has been established to promote the responsible use of biometrics technologies.

The Biometrics Institute has offices in Australia and the UK.

For enquiries contact:
Isabelle Moeller |  Email: Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser., Web: www.biometricsinstitute.org