Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in Personal Identification to 2022

Ten-year Forecast of Disruptive Technologies in Personal Identification provides exclusive forecasts of market technology adoption through to 2022, broken down by end use and identity control type.

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Product type: Market report
Date of publication: 13 Jul 2012
Product format: Digital Copy, Hard Copy
Number of pages: 136
Forecast range: 2012-2022

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This brand new report identifies 25 technologies that are predicted to have major influence on the personal ID market in the next ten years. Technologies covered include security printing inks, biometrics, national identity registries, encoded taggants, high-resolution optical effects and geolocation. Each of the 25 technologies is explained, analysed and ranked based on the impact it is likely to have on this evolving industry. Don't get left behind!

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WHAT DO YOU GET?

  • Ranked assessments of personal ID product developments with forecasts to 2022
  • Details of key social, economic and technological market influences
  • In-depth analysis of the changing personal ID landscape
  • Details of personal ID markets by end use and identity control type

METHODOLOGY

This report is supported by an extensive programme of primary research including interviews with personal ID experts and end users, and conversations and correspondence with regulatory and standards bodies, technologists, lawmakers, investors and end users. Secondary research into patents, conference papers, specialist journals and Smithers Pira's extensive database, reports and experts provides actionable information.

FIND OUT ABOUT

  • Innovations forecast by experts for personal ID markets to 2022
  • The range of personal ID technologies, from biometrics to online technologies and printing innovations
  • Megatrends shaping the personal ID market going forward

HOW WILL THIS MARKET INTELLIGENCE REPORT BENEFIT YOU ?

  • Gain insight into regulations and standards shaping the industry
  • Map your market strategy based on our sound, exclusive projections
  • Assess consumers' emerging social influences
  • Identify new product opportunities from vendor innovations and basic research

WHO SHOULD BUY THIS REPORT ?

  • Identity technology policy makers and NGOs
  • Industry investors
  • ID manufacturing and engineering suppliers
  • Regulators and those developing industry standards
  • Consultants and analysts

WHAT 'S INCLUDED IN THE PRICE?

  • One hard copy of the report sent to you on publication date
  • Electronic copy with searchable PDF
  • Global intranet licence allowing everyone in your organisation electronic access to the study

Table of Contents

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

INTRODUCTION AND METHODOLOGY 

  • Introduction
  • Report objectives
  • Report scope
  • Methodology and definitions

PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION MEGATRENDS

  • The need for new markets
  • The need for integrated solutions
  • The need to reduce costs
  • The need for light and flexible turnkey solutions
  • New ways of life
  • The need for more e-services and new apps
  • The need for remain anonymous
  • The need for an automatic environment
  • The need for protection against ID theft
  • The need for new standards of communication
  • The need for instant and quick communications
  • The need to have our whole life accessible in a glimpse and anywhere

DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES IN PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION

  • Introduction
  • Top 25 disruptive technologies in personal identification
  • Document tracking with 2D barcode and digital watermark
  • >Cloud computing
  • >The digital watermark
  • >Public domain barcodes
  • Use of the ID document as a self-authentication device of bio data
  • >Fibreloc
  • >Inkode
  • >Ingenia
  • Checking bio features from the web
  • >3D parallax portrait
  • >Voice samples
  • >Secret question
  • UINT's and NagraID's autonomous display cards
  • Body-implanted chips
  • A biometric civil registry
  • >Organisation of the civil registries
  • >Services provided by the civil registries
  • >Legal frame
  • >Issues with civil registries
  • >Securing the registration system
  • The international trend
  • >Western Europe
  • > Rest of the world
  • The Internet of Things
  • Enhanced face-recognition systems
  • > Biometrics in our everyday life
  • > A user-friendly solution for wide acceptance
  • API management/single sign on and development of identity management systems
  • > API management
  • > Identity management
  • > Standards initiatives
  • Energy harvesting and increased autonomy for portable devices
  • > Batteries
  • > Alternative and sustainable wireless power
  • New secure elements
  • Zero order diffraction device
  • Digital fingerprints of identification documents
  • Geolocation as a security feature in personal identification
  • > Personal tracking by GPS
  • > Use cases of geolocation
  • > Issues with personal tracking by GPS
  • > Quantum cryptography in personal identification through mobile communications
  • > Symmetric key
  • > SSL and TLS
  • > Hashing algorithm
  • > Authentication
  • > Checksum and CRC
  • > Post-quantum cryptography
  • New generations of smart phones and tablets
  • Wireless Sensor Networks (VWSN)
  • Atomic level storage of data
  • Massive data storage systems
  • WiLink 8.0 the new generation of multi-channel micro controllers
  • A standardised TEE environment
  • The TEE concept
  • Laser ablation or perforation through an OVD or a DOVID
  • Taggants for personal identification
  • Nanotubes in paper
  • New optical effects-3M's two-coloured (red and blue) floating image
  • Optical computers and terabit optical communication
  • > Optical computers
  • > Terabit optical communication

PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION TECHNOLOGY FORECASTS TO 2022

  • The passport concept
  • The ID1 cards
  • Paper-based identification documents
  • Visas
  • Voter's card
  • ID through mobile device
  • ID on the street and at home
  • Security printing
  • Inks
  • Substrates
  • DOVIDs and overlays
  • Biometrics
  • Personalisation

Tables and Figures

  • Megatrends in personal identification
  • Document tracking with 2D barcode and digital watermark
  • 2D barcode symbologies
  • Scorecard for document tracking with 2D barcode and digital watermark
  • Use of the ID document as a self-authentication device of bio data
  • Scorecard for IDs used as self-authentication devices of bio data
  • UINT's and NagraID's autonomous display cards
  • UINT's and NagraID's autonomous display cards scorecard
  • Body implanted chips
  • Body implanted chips scorecard
  • A biometric civil registry
  • Scorecard for a biometric civil registry
  • The Internet of Things
  • The Internet of Things scorecard
  • Enhanced face-recognition systems
  • Various filter approaches
  • Scorecard for enhanced face recognition systems
  • API management/single sign on and development of identity management systems
  • Scorecard for API management and identity management systems
  • Energy harvesting and increased autonomy for portable devices
  • Scorecard of energy harvesting and increased autonomy for portable devices
  • New secure elements
  • Secure element scorecard
  • Zero order diffraction device
  • Zero order diffraction device scorecard
  • Digital fingerprints of Identification documents
  • Digital fingerprints of identification documents scorecard
  • Geolocation as a security feature in personal identification
  • Percentage of subject categories for the apps monitored
  • Percentage of Android apps that contained some of the more potentially sensitive permissions
  • Ethical framework
  • Ethical possibilities
  • Quantum cryptography in personal identification through mobile communications
  • Comparison between 2D and 3D vision mode through a parallax barrier filter
  • A Verichip implant
  • Contact lenses that act like a computer screen
  • Various filter approaches
  • OpenID authentication vs OAUTH pseudo-identification
  • Colour change effect by rotation
  • DID on the overlay of the french e-passport
  • Geolocation in real use