Guests: Ram Ravi, – Industry Analyst with Frost & Sullivan’s Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) practice
Frost and Sullivan recently published a report called the “5-year Opportunity Analysis of the Global Iris Recognition Market” so we invited Ram Ravi, an Industry Analyst with Frost & Sullivan’s Automatic Identification and Data Capture (AIDC) practice to discuss the results of his research on our latest podcast.
Ram joins us to discuss this report and provide some insight into his research on iris recognition biometrics to help our listeners better understand this technology and its potential to thrive as a future biometric identification modality, especially for patient identification in healthcare. We are happy to have the chance to discuss this research report with Ram because we feel there continues to be a lot of misunderstanding about iris recognition biometrics in the marketplace.
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To learn more about iris biometrics and its potential for use in a variety of verticals including patient identification in healthcare, we invited Ram Ravi with Frost & Sullivan to discuss his research report. Topics covered include:
- Overview of the report, the “5-year Opportunity Analysis of the Global Iris Recognition Market”
- Why Frost & Sullivan sees growth of iris recognition in healthcare as a key mechanism for expansion of this biometric identification technology
- The factors leading Frost and Sullivan to conclude that iris recognition is poised for strong growth as a dominant biometric identification management technology
- When faced with a choice of biometric modalities to deploy for patient identification in healthcare, why Frost & Sullivan recommends iris recognition technology over other modalities such as fingerprint or palm vein
- How Frost & Sullivan came to the conclusion that iris biometrics is the most accurate biometric modality
- What Frost & Sullivan would say to someone who has a mistaken idea about iris recognition based on false information
- Aside from healthcare, the additional potential for iris recognition in the commercial space
- The impact of the rising emphasis on connected devices (IoT) on the biometric market or specifically the iris recognition market
- How listeners can find out more information on how to obtain a copy of Frost & Sullivan’s research report