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Ingenieros estadounidenses han desarrollado un sistema de vigilancia que, cuando esté completamente finalizado, permitirá detectar si una persona que circula por la calle actúa con desconfianza o aparenta estar perdida. Según detallaron sus creadores, James W. Davis y el estudiante Karthik Sankaranarayanan se han completado las tres primeras fases del proyecto: ellos tienen un algoritmo de software que crea un panorama amplio de ángulo de vídeo de una escena de la calle, el otro que traza un mapa del panorama en una imagen aérea de alta resolución de la escena, y por último un m ...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Zvetco Biometrics has announced that its Verifi M5000 USB Fingerprint Reader is now available.
Fujitsu subsidiary Fujitsu Computer Systems has unveiled a slate tablet PC that offers embedded biometric pre-boot authentication.
Millions of green card holders will be fingerprinted and photographed every time they enter the United States as part of an expansion of a controversial biometric program, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced on Thursdaypart of an expansion of a controversial biometric program, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security announced on Thursday.
The Institute for Creative Technologies unveiled a prototype 3-D videoconferencing system reminiscent of Princess Leia’s flickering “Help me, Obi-Wan Kenobi; you're my only hope” message at the Army Science Conference in Orlando, Fla., last week.
A study by the National Institute of Standards and Technology found that the facial images recorded at border entry points were not as clear or useful for automated recognition as they could be. So NIST researchers set out to learn what could be done to improve the situation.
To checking human trafficking, the government plans to introduce biometric passport system that will include finger-printing, by 2010, external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee said on Thursday.
Company Adds Biometrics to Its Leading Speech Recognition Service
How six start-ups fared in the two-factor authentication market
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Biometrics has become widely used by governments across the globe, most prominently in passports but also in various other situations. This has created numerous opportunities for vendors of all kinds. However, while there are myriad opportunities available, it is important for vendors to maintain an element of caution as there are a number of potential hurdles.
Farpoint Group has for a very long time now advocated the use of two-factor authentication in all mobile IT applications (and, for that matter, in all fixed applications as well).
A supplier of high-security ID products in Germany is creating a biometric 3D face-recognition tech that checks people for even the smallest change in their appearance.
Who could forget the scene from John Woo's 1993 B-movie "Hard Target," where an imprisoned Jean-Claude Van Damme burns the skin off his index finger, attaches it to an impromptu mechanical contraption and booby-traps it to hit the scanner at precisely the scheduled time each morning, so that his captors don't notice his escape?
Bautizado como Reem-B, este ingenio tiene aspecto humanoide, mide un metro y medio de altura y puede comunicarse con las personas, caminar e incluso subir escaleras
It's quite simple, actually: you don't have to touch anything.
El Instituto Tecnológico de Informática (ITI) de la Universidad Politécnica de Valencia coordina un ambicioso proyecto de investigación nacional, dentro del programa CONSOLIDER-INGENIO 2010, cuyo objetivo es añadir a las técnicas tradicionales de reconocimiento de forma y visión por computador la interacción multimodal con el usuario, llegando a una sinergia entre máquinas y personas que en la actualidad no ha podido aún alcanzarse.
Companies who manufacture biometric security systems are going to make a fortune by 2012, reports Dubai-based bi-me.com.
MUNSTER, Ind. — The Indiana Bureau of Motor Vehicles is restricting glasses, hats, scarves — and even smiles — in driver's license photographs.
Men are red. Women are green. Michael J. Tarr, a Brown University scientist, and graduate student Adrian Nestor have discovered this color difference in an analysis of dozens of faces. They determined that men tend to have more reddish skin and greenish skin is more common for women.