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【マーケットデータ】モバイル機器用新技術のトラッカー

Emergent Mobile Device Technology Tracker

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This market data examines the market sizing and forecasts for key transformative consumer device features and technologies. This market data presents historic and anticipated attach rates for a variety of advanced mobile device enabling technologies to isolate and predict how product innovation may evolve for both smartphones and tablets. These technology features have been analyzed mainly from a hardware perspective, so the market data does not cover those that can be enabled through one or more applications/services via an Operating System (OS).

The technologies covered, along with their attach rates for both smartphones and tablets, include: motion sensors; MEMS microphones; smart biometrics (including facial recognition, gesture recognition, voice recognition, iris scanning, voice AI, ultrasound, vein recognition, and in-display fingerprint sensor); embedded cameras; screen resolution (4K and beyond); wireless charging; foldable/edge displays; USB type connections; built-in projectors/holograms; support for LTE-U/LAA/LWA; dust and waterproofing; AR/VR compatibility; NFC; eSIM; gigabit 4G/5G; and AI.

 

 

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目次

  1. Smartphone HMI by MEMS Motion Sensor Attach Rate, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  2. Smartphone HMI with MEMS Microphones, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  3. Smartphone HMI by Smart Biometrics, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  4. Smartphone HMI by Camera Embedded, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  5. Smartphone HMI by Screen Resolution, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  6. Smartphone HMI with Wireless Charging, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  7. Smartphone HMI by Display, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  8. Smartphone HMI by USB Type, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  9. Smartphone HMI with Built-In Projectors/Holograms, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  10. Smartphone HMI Supporting LTE-U/LAA/LWA, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  11. Smartphone HMI with Dust and Water Proofing, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  12. Smartphone HMI with AR/VR, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  13. Smartphone HMI with NFC, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  14. Smartphone HMI with e-SIM, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  15. Smartphone HMI with Gigabit 4G and/or 5G, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  16. Smartphone HMI with Artifical Intelligence, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  17. Tablet HMI by MEMS Motion Sensor Attach Rate, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  18. Tablet HMI with MEMS Microphones, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  19. Tablet HMI by Smart Biometrics, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  20. Tablet HMI by Camera Embedded, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  21. Tablet HMI by Screen Resolution, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  22. Tablet HMI with Wireless Charging, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  23. Tablet HMI by Display, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  24. Tablet HMI by USB Type, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  25. Tablet HMI with Built-In Projectors/Holograms, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  26. Tablet HMI Supporting LTE-U/LAA/LWA, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  27. Tablet HMI with Dust and Water Proofing, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  28. Tablet HMI with AR/VR, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  29. Tablet HMI with NFC, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  30. Tablet HMI with e-SIM, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  31. Tablet HMI with Gigabit 4G and/or 5G, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  32. Tablet HMI with Artificial Intelligence, World Market, Forecast: 2015 to 2027
  33. List of Countries within Each Geographic Region, ABI Research Definitions

 

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[プレスリリース原文]

ABI Research Sees Smartphone Iris Scanning Emerge as a Secure ID Trend

Mobile Payment Will Boost Its Adoption in Mobile Devices

 

Singapore - 21 Sep 2016

The release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 sparked something positive—iris scanning. As one of the safest and most convenient ways to secure a smartphone user’s identity, iris scanning is a biometric identification solution that uses mathematical pattern recognition techniques to verify an individual’s identity based on video images of their irises. ABI Research forecasts global shipments of smartphones equipped with iris scanners will reach almost 300 million in 2021.

“As the iris is an unchanging, protected, and completely unique feature of the human body, smartphone vendors are gradually incorporating iris scanning capabilities into their products as a secure biometric identification solution to unlock devices or certify mobile payments,” says Marina Lu, Senior Analyst at ABI Research. “We find that users are still wary to rely on mobile payments due to security concerns, but iris scanning will help drive future mobile payment adoption.”

Iris scanning requires no physical contact, which makes authentication more seamless than other methods, like entering PIN numbers and scanning fingerprints. Iris sensors in mobile devices include a camera chip and an IRED for illumination of the eyes so that the sensors can detect iris features even in semi-dark conditions. The sensor can function as a separate unit from the front camera.

Japanese company Fujitsu was the first to announce iris scanning for smartphones in March 2015.  Following that, Microsoft introduced its Lumia 950 and 950 XL, ZTE released the Nubia Prague S, and HP launched Elite x3, all with iris scanning. Other smartphone vendors are watching the market response to iris scanning and are likely to follow Samsung, the world’s largest smartphone vendor, to adopt iris scanning technologies. However, Apple chose not to add iris scanning to its latest release of smartphone, the iPhone 7, and so it is likely to be at least another year before the technology finds its way onto Apple devices.

“At the moment, iris scanning is complementary to the more mature fingerprint scanning,” concludes Lu. “However, we expect iris scanning to gain more popularity due to its higher stability and less susceptibility to external damage. Though iris scanning is geared toward high-end models now, we predict that it will be available in less expensive smartphones in the long run.”

These findings are from ABI Research’s Human-Machine Interface Attach Rate and Penetration. This report is part of the company’s Wearables & Devices sector, which includes research, data, and analyst insights.

 

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