FPC is at the forefront in the three major markets in which it operates - complementary metal–oxide–semiconductor (CMOS) area-based sensors and subsystems, CMOS swipe-based sensors and subsystems and specialised projects based on its technology in wafer format.
"FPC has had a significant impact in the CMOS area-based sensors and subsystems market," adds Das. "In 2007, FPC became the biggest supplier of biometric authentication systems for the Chinese banking sector, underlining the appeal of its high quality biometric technology."
FPC is set to be a top participant in the CMOS swipe-based sensors and subsystems sector due to its innovative technologies. In the customised wafer-based projects market, FPC has already rendered its technology and support to many customised projects, principally for advanced card projects.
"Although the core business concept of FPC is delivering components and complete systems based on its patented fingerprint technology, it is also strong in the area of small and cost-effective embedded systems," states Das. "FPC serves the smart card, mobile phones and financial and banking sectors with its unique fingertip verification technology. Its area sensor technology has been successfully used in applications such as access control in buildings, time and attendance, in computers and IT networks and other strong security zones."
For the Product Line Strategy Award, the following criteria were used to benchmark FPC's performance against key competitors: breadth of product line, size of addressable customer base, impact on customer value, impact on market share and, breadth of applications/markets served.
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