The Report Iris Recognition Market – Global Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, Trends, and Forecasts up to 2023 gives a detailed analysis on the global market for nurse calling systems. The report contains analysis of the supply chain and their in-depth reports of vendors. The report clearly talks about the various stakeholders and their financial health, business units, key business priorities, SWOT and strategies. The report brings a complete trend on the latest trend, current market scenario, government and technology related to the global market. The report will help the investors understand various revenue opportunities. The top players in the global market for nurse calling systems are Ascom Holding AG, Azure Healthcare Ltd., Cornell Communications, Hill-Rom Holdings Inc., Jeron Electronic Systems Inc., STANLEY Healthcare, TekTone Sound & Signal Mfg. Inc., Tyco SimplexGrinnell, Vigil Health Solutions Inc., and Rauland-Borg Corp. (Acquired by Ametek Inc.)
Iris recognition is a type of biometric technique that uses pattern recognition techniques to get high resolution and distortion – free images on the human iris. Since iris is an organ which stays stable all through the life, it acts as an excellent identity for biometric verification. The iris recognition technology works by taking high resolution images of iris of a person and using pattern recognition for matching the patters stored in the database. It can be summarised in three steps- image capture, location of iris and optimising the image, biometric storage and matching. Iris recognition as a biometric identity is superior to other forms for many reasons – iris is unique, even for identical twins, it is less susceptible to damage, using of lens or spectacles doesn’t affect the authenticity. This is widely used in many fields- finance and banking, healthcare and welfare, border and immigration services, public safety, ATMs and tourism.
One of the important areas where this technology is employed is in security systems. Due to increasing demand for safety and security, there is a rise in demand for iris recognition systems. Due to the increasing immigration policies and security concerns arising from the same, this also serves as an important driver for the market. The technology is accurate with very minimal error rate and offers stability which makes it the desired biometric identity. However, the main constraint of the market is the costs of iris recognition systems. They are very expensive than the usual fingerprint scanners. Another constraint is, for the iris scan to be effective, the head of the individual needs to be still which is more than often not the reality.
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