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Emerging Technologies: Emergence Cycle for Biometric Sensing


This Gartner emergence cycle research offers insights into the impact and growth of early-stage innovations in biometric sensing technologies. Product leaders should use this research to track early-stage innovations in biometric sensing and make critical decisions on inclusion in product roadmaps.

Published: 06 September 2021

ID: G00750271

Analyst(s): Anushree Verma Stacey Yin Kanishka Chauhan Roberta Cozza Gaurav Gupta Annette Jump Annette Zimmermann

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Note 1: Methodology for the Emergence Cycle

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