findBIOMETRICS Publishes Biometric Industry Year in Review with Interviews from 42 International Experts on 2005 Performance and 2006 Potential

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International Biometric industry leaders provide in-depth views on 2005 and what 2006 may hold for Biometrics.

findBIOMETRICS, the leading Biometric Industry Resource, today published the most comprehensive review of what the Biometric Industry leaders think about this past year. What were the key events? What are the most pressing issues the industry has to face in the year ahead and what will 2006 hold in terms of industry growth?

Participants include 42 leading International Biometric companies from 12 countries with responses from Canada, Australia, China, UK, Ireland, Sweden, Mexico, Germany, France, Korea, Japan and the USA.

LG Electronics, Identix, Sagem-Morpho, Daon, Accu-Time, Lumidigm, Bio-key, Identity Solutions, OSS Nokalva, Saflink, Cherry, Motorola, Acuity, Imageware, Bioscrypt, Cogent, IdentiMetrics, Control Module, Digital Persona, ZK Software, A4Vision, SecuGen, Fulcrum, TSSI, UPEK, iAccess, IriTech, Janus, Liska, Digital Defense, Cognitec, SecuriMetrics, iQBio, Precise Biometrics, Merkatum, Fingerprint Cards, American EPAY, Sense Holdings, Suprema, UltraScan, Technoimagia, Biometronix and AuthenTec.

We invite you to visit and read what these leaders have to say:

"With a well known track record and significant new funding, L1 has staked a dramatic claim to the biometric space and validated the investment rationale for the industry."

"US-VISIT is still significant but primarily in that it spurred the adoption of biometrics for travel documents and expedited travel programs and pilots in Europe."

"The European Commission launched a five year Action Plan in May 2005 and explicitly documented the requirement for the interoperable use of biometric identifiers in multiple systems in Europe."

"This push from Microsoft will probably be just the beginning of a series of products from Microsoft which will put biometrics squarely into the main stream of windows computing.”

"The successful completion of the Transportation Worker Identity Card phase 3 (TWIC), Registered Traveler, and Airport Access Control pilot programs provided understanding in how biometrics can be used to efficiently enhance security."

About is the leading Biometrics Industry Resource providing free information on all biometric identification and identity verification systems and solutions. findBIOMETRICS has the latest daily news from the global biometric business community, as well as comprehensive vendor lists, informative articles, interviews with Industry Leaders, useful links to Biometric associations and a current list of related industry events and conferences.

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