SmartCards Expo 2016 and IoT India Expo 2016 alongside its co-found EXPOs, recoded 14% development in the quantity of exhibitors and 10% development in space possessed by the exhibitors.
SmartCards Expo 2017, the nineteenth Edition, alongside IoT India Expo 2017, e-Security Expo 2017, RFidIndia Expo 2017, Biometrics India Expo 2017, e-Payments India Expo 2017 and Mobile Payments India Expo 2017, will be hung on October 25,26, 27, 2017 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India
Web of Things
As indicated by a current report by Nasscom and Deloitte, the Internet of Things (IoT) advertise in India is required to grow up to USD 15 billion by 2020 from USD 5.6 billion of every 2016, driven by appropriation crosswise over areas like assembling, car, transportation and coordinations, and so forth. The IoT biological community in India involves around 120 associations from over the esteem chain. The worldwide IoT showcase anticipated that would develop to over USD 3 trillion by an indistinguishable period from both shopper and mechanical applications drive general IoT development.
Secure ID showcase
While uniting the present market base, Secure ID gadgets are discovering more up to date application territories. Savvy card supplanted by biometrics (Aadhaar) in certain administration applications, particularly government sponsorships circulation, is entering into fresher application zones like Corporate, fabricating and above all managing an account and Financial area.
So also, RFID applications are developing quickly – nearly at the CAGR of around 25%. Its applications are spreading into modern section, fabricating, human services, railroads, transport, retail, car, production network, open travel and a few different zones.
As anticipated before, Biometrics advertise in India is relied upon to develop at a CAGR of more than 35% amid 2015-2020. Development in the biometric advertise is expected because of its broad use in government applications – e-identification, Visa, exceptional ID card under Aadhaar, mix of biometric innovations in security frameworks and ofcourse government appropriations dispersion.
Computerized India Initiative
'Computerized India' activity, propelled by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in 20015, intends to interface the whole nation with fast web systems to guarantee accessibility of Government benefits electronically to the rustic populace. The activity has additionally made a kind of sincere and well disposed situation in the nation for secure Identification advancements like brilliant card, RFID and biometrics.
India is seeing a year on year development of near 40% in computerized exchanges. As indicated by specialists, the move to Digital (hardware/portable) Payment will give a major lift to the Indian economy. As indicated by a report by Counterpoint Research,'India has turned into the second biggest cell phone showcase on the planet with 220 million cell phone clients'. Subsequently, it makes financial sense for organizations to have a portable first/versatile prepared stage.SMART CARD
Shrewd Card showcase in India, developing roughly at CAGR of around 13%, was set to cross Rs.5,500 crore (approx. US$ 1 billion) in 2015. Major new activities like as of late propelled National Common Mobility Card (NCMC), which empowers consistent go by various metros and other transport frameworks the nation over and Reserve Bank of India's command to banks for relocating to EMV chip-based and PIN empowered charge and Visas by January 31, 2016; is required to give additionally lift to keen card showcase.
RFID market in India, according to a Reportlinker report, is forecasted to grow at the CAGR of around 25% during 2013-2018. In India. The usage of RFID technology is growing at a considerably fast pace. Industries such as retail, Transport, healthcare, automotive, supply chain, identification and public Transit are opening up huge opportunities for RFID industry players.
Biometrics market in India: according to a recently published TechSci Research report, “India Biometrics Market Forecast and Opportunities, 2020”, is projected to grow at a CAGR of over 35% during 2015 – 2020. Growth in the market is anticipated on account of extensive use of biometric technology in the government sector. Revenue from the Indian biometrics market could reach up to US$2bn by 2018. As of now UIDAI has generated more than one billion Aadhaar cards.