Frost & Sullivan to Host Analyst Briefing on Biometrics Advancement in Civil Security on Tuesday, 7 July 2009 at 16.00 BST
LONDON, June 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Governments across the globe are looking for new and sophisticated technologies to combat rising crime and terrorism. Recent advancements in biometric technology provides early warning support and enables government forces and agencies to protect and detect potential terrorist threats and criminal activities, rather than responding to attacks. The success of biometric technology in providing enhanced security with accuracy and efficiency has prompted the biometric industry to focus more on research and development and the civil security industry is opening up numerous opportunities to implement these evolving technologies across all domains including border control, airport screening and surveillance.
Highlights of the briefing include analyses of: trends, current programs, opportunities, challenges, growth and restraining factors.
This briefing will benefit security system manufacturers, biometric system manufacturers, system integrators, distributors and end-users by discussing emerging trends and providing challenges along with the growth/restraining factors for the European Civil Security Industry.
"The rising crime and terrorist attacks has compelled the government agencies and private sector to focus on preventive and early detection technologies, rather than completely investing in first responders. Biometrics provides the perfect platform to detect potential threats. Recent advancements in integrated biometrics and multi-biometrics and its dramatic acceptance in the industry as well as in the society would soon find its adoption in a wider range of applications," obser
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