Global ID card printers Market: Overview
The global ID card printers market is projected to witness robust growth during 2018-2026 period. ID card printers is an electronic device which are generally in operation for about 5 to 8 years. These devices are gaining increased popularity as electronic authentication both secures and accumulates essential data for various commercial operation. The process is often autonomous and hence, requires little effort on the part of authorities to run operations. Moreover, it also increases productivity and efficiency with essential checks and balances. There are various types of ID card printers available in the market today. These include double slided card printers, Retransfer Card Printers, and High-Performance Card Printer. Moreover, card printers can be embed various built-in technology for access including Bluetooth, ethernet, USB, biometric, and can be rewritable in nature as well. The growing trends like automation, rising application of biometric security, and adoption of IT solutions across a wide range of sectors are expected to drive growth for the ID card printers market.
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Global ID card printers Market: Notable Developments
Kenyan government has announced a compulsory shift for citizen to its national ID system by December. The interior cabinet secretary of Kenya announced that the new bill would require Kenyan citizen to register for the NIIMS in order to get health care, driving license, pay taxes, get a SIM card, or even register a marriage or get a public education. Similarly, Ghana has announced a move to create a key public infrastructure to protect electronic transactions. The country has set aside funds of $4 MN to provide more security and build infrastructure to support electronic transfers in the near future.
HP, a major player in the ID card printers market has issued a new certification for printers used in the healthcare sector. Currently, potential infections and bacterial contamination due to electronic devices is a major concern. According to Center for Disease Control, each year over 1.7 million infections and subsequent 99,000 deaths in hospitals. As electronic equipment is often susceptible to damage to methods of sterilization, it often escapes the vigorous standard expected. However, the new standard will likely provide durability for 10,000 times the current industry-standard for germicidal wipes. This EN/IEC 60601-1-2 certified HP Healthcare Edition printers will help players address a pressing concern in the ID printers market to better cater to the healthcare sector.
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