Frost and Sullivan, a consulting firm, has announced a presentation of its 2009 quarterly presentation on the biometrics market. The firm says that the biometric market may be essentially recession proof as growth has continued through the downturn in the economy due to increased needs for security solutions.
More specifically, Frost and Sullivan expects to see a drop in biometrics implemented within the corporate and banking sectors, but it will be more than covered by area such as government and education which receive public funding. Other items covered by the briefing include regional economic impacts, growth rate analysis, market consolidations, trends and best practices.
The briefing will be held on May 7.