1. How can biometric vendors take a more active role in educating the public on misunderstandings about the technology to promote wider acceptance?
2. What are some of the mistakes you have observed from biometric vendors taking products to market that could have been avoided or may have adversely affected the success of their solutions? What advice can you offer vendors who are researching and developing new products and solutions that can help them to be successful?
3. What is your interpretation of recent biometric M&A activity and what types of trends can we expect to see in the near future?
4. Will the increased demand for biometric technology help to open the door for its use in additional verticals? If so, what markets do you feel can benefit the most from the technology?
5. I remember some time ago you were predicting that the private sector and public sector would generate about the same amount of revenue by 2014. Is that prediction still on target and what private sector markets to you see getting the most traction?
6. What area of the world do you feel holds the most potential for continued growth of biometric deployments and why?
Tuesday, May 13, 2013
May 23, 2013 11:00 am EST, 8:00 am PST, 16:00 pm BST, 17:00 pm (CEST), 23:00 pm (SGT), 0:00 (JST)
John at M2SYS
Maxine Most of Acuity Market Intelligence. Maxine is a biometrics industry consultant. Acuity Market Intelligence has been involved in the biometrics marketplace for more than 10 years.
- Biometrics strategic market development
- Maxine’s interpretation of industry mergers & acquisitions
- What other markets could benefit from biometric technology
- Private and public sector growth discrepancies
- What areas of the world will continue to see strong growth for biometric deployments in the future
What is the BiometricChat:
Janet Fouts, at her blog, describes the format:
Twitter chats, sometimes known as a Twitter party or a tweet chat, happen when a group of people all tweet about the same topic using a specific tag (#) called a hashtag that allows it to be followed on Twitter. The chats are at a specific time and often repeat weekly or bi-weekly or are only at announced times.
There’s more really good information at the link for those who might be wondering what this whole tweet chat thing is all about.
This one, the #biometricchat, is a discussion about a different topic of interest in the biometrics landscape each month. It’s like an interview you can participate in.
Earlier topics have included:
Biometrics in the cloud
Biometrics for global development
The global biometrics industry
I always enjoy these. Many thanks to John at M2SYS for putting these together.