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Report available on APAC market for e-Passports

Research And Markets : 10 June, 2009  (New Product)
Frost and Sullivan report on the APAC e-Passport market is now available from Research and Markets
Research and Markets has announced the addition of Frost & Sullivan's new report 'APAC e-Passport Market' to their offering.

This Frost & Sullivan research service titled Asia Pacific e-Passport Market provides market forecasts, in depth study of the trends of the entire e-Passport value chain, the competitive structure of this market as well as a regional and country-specific breakdown of the smart card e-Passport market in Asia Pacific.

e-Passports are expected to heavily impact the future of national and international identification. Most countries in the Asia Pacific region have opened tenders for e-Passports, while others have announced their intention to toe the line. This sector seems unaffected by the current economic meltdown, sending positive ripple effects in other connected markets. An obvious advantage is that infrastructure for e-Passport can be gradually set up or leveraged by other government e-identification projects, enabling optimal exploitation of the system. At a time of escalating threats, e-Passports afford an elaborate and secure system, fueling growth in this segment. Besides, compliance requirements with members of regional or international groups of countries serve to kick start the roll out of interoperable e-Passports.

'As surrounding nations begin to roll out e-Passports, the indirect pressure to follow suit increases,' notes the analyst of this research service. 'Unofficially accepted standards and cross-border recognition were the very catalysts of e-Passport trends and continue to drive the market.' e-Passport and its accompanying infrastructure have become the standard travel document and national identification document of the future. Interoperability has only recently attained reasonable levels and the introduction of new features necessitates additional fine-tuning. Earlier, the task of refurbishing a legacy system involving intervention into human capital training, technical, and financial infrastructure seemed daunting. However, this is expected to reduce as vendors and governments acquire experience and knowledge with time.
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