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Biometrics to become the predominant method to identify bank customers by 2020

Biometrics to become the predominant method to identify bank customers by 2020

1st June 2015

London, United Kingdom –1 June 2015 – Goode Intelligence (www.goodeintelligence.com), a leading research and consultancy organisation for the biometric and banking industry, today issued a new Analyst Report forecasting that by 2017 there will be over one billion users accessing banking service...

Wearable devices to drive the second wave of consumer biometric adoption

Wearable devices to drive the second wave of consumer biometric adoption

30th October 2014

Goode Intelligence predicts that wearable devices will drive the second wave of consumer biometric authentication adoption from 2015 onwards as biometrics in smart mobile devices becomes a defacto technology and has issued an updated version of its Analyst Report Mobile and Wearable Biometric Authentication...

Biometrics on mobile and wearable devices set to become the universal personal authenticator

Biometrics on mobile and wearable devices set to become the universal personal authenticator

17th June 2014

Goode Intelligence has issued a new analyst report covering the mobile and wearable biometric authentication market, and predicts biometrics will be mainstream on mobile devices by the end of 2015.  It also reveals that biometrics will start to migrate to wearable devices during the second half o...

Mobile Leading the Way in the Consumerisation of Biometrics

Mobile Leading the Way in the Consumerisation of Biometrics

4th February 2014

With Apple’s success with Touch ID on its flagship iPhone 5s model and showing the market how biometrics can be successfully deployed to consumer electronic devices, Goode Intelligence forecasts that 619 million people will be using biometrics on mobile devices by the end of 2015.    

Over 990 million mobile devices to have fingerprint sensors by 2017

Over 990 million mobile devices to have fingerprint sensors by 2017

3rd December 2013

Latest report from Goode Intelligence shows that as mobile device manufacturers move away from solely embedding fingerprint sensors in their flagship devices, to less expensive models, numbers of mobile devices with fingerprint sensors will rise to over 990 million by 2017.   

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