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The remarkable ability of insects to look in all directions at once has been emulated by a team of international scientists who have built an artificial ‘eye’ with an unobstructed all-round view.
Offering Improved Aesthetics and User Experience for Notebook PCs and Other Consumer Electronic Devices
Image recognition is a long-standing challenge in science. But European researchers have achieved a breakthrough by developing a powerful image-recognition application with mass-market appeal. There is a bright future for the technology.
Fingerprint readers watch out. What used to be state of the art security could soon be replaced by contact-free biometric authorization systems that can read the unique pattern of veins beneath your skin.
Biometrics may seem new, but they're the oldest form of identification. Tigers recognise each other's scent; penguins recognise calls. Humans recognise each other by sight from across the room, voices on the phone, signatures on contracts and photographs on drivers' licences. Fingerprints have been used to identify people at crime scenes for more than 100 years.
Rockwood students will soon pay for lunch without coins, bills or plastic.
The Justice Ministry will review its state-of-the-art biometric immigration control system for foreigners entering Japan, Justice Minister Eisuke Mori said Monday.
RFID and biometrics are just two of the technologies making an impact in the field of physical security for enterprises. NME examines just how much traction they are gaining among Middle East organisations.
Atención: tiempos de reajuste económico en la biometría, pero los proyectos aprobados por el gobierno seguirán adelante
A pesar de las recientes crisis financieras, los proyectos biométricos gubernamentales continuarán adelante, aún con los típicos retrasos del gobierno, pero eso no es nada nuevo. Mientras las compañías biométricas vienen y van y se fusionan ¿ya se han hecho predominantes?
A South Korean woman barred from entering Japan last year has reportedly passed through its immigration screening system by using tape on her fingers to fool a fingerprint reading machine.
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. El proyecto, dirigido por el catedrático de la Politécnica, Enrique Vidal, aglutina a 81 científicos e ingenieros de referencia internacional en los campos de ...
More than 60 countries are now issuing one form or another of electronic passports, with numerous more in the pipeline for 2009 and beyond.
The year is 2016, you wake on time and make your way to the airport in your battery powered car. At the UnitedDeltaContinental airlines desk you wave your phone in front of the check-in kiosk and a green light indicates that you are cleared to proceed to the security checkpoint.
Fingerprint scanning security is no longer the technology of sci-fi thrillers or the super wealthy. In fact, portable, print-based digital privacy can be had by the masses for $50, thanks to a new product from Upek.
Zvetco Biometrics, un desarrollador de tecnologías biométricas, anunció el lanzamiento de Verfi M5000, un nuevo lector de huellas digitales que se conecta por USB. Está basado en su Verifi P5000, aunque el M5000 anuncia un diseño robusto capaz de operar en ambientes extremos.
TACOMA -- The forgery and theft case had victims, a witness and decent surveillance images from an ATM. What it didn't have were any leads on who committed the crime. But instead of being tossed aside, as happens in so many property crime cases, the ATM images were e-mailed to Steve Wilkins at the Pierce County Sheriff's Department.
Este nuevo modelo tiene como objetivo acercar la tecnología de reconocimiento biométrico de Fujitsu Services a todos los usuarios del mercado.
A system that can recognize human gestures could provide a new way for people with physical disabilities to interact with computers. A related system for the able bodied could also be used to make virtual worlds more realistic. The system is described in detail in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Arts and Technology.
The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department is testing computer software that checks surveillance photos from crime scenes against mug shots of potential suspects. So far deputies have made two arrests.
Geeks On Call Partners with ProtectTheChildren.com to Market Biometric Internet Safety Controls for Kids
NORFOLK, Va., Dec 19, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Unique Parental Tools and Controls to Keep Children Safe From Online Threats Geeks On Call Holdings, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: GOCH), a premier national provider of professional IT solutions to small business and residential customers through its national network of franchise and Company-owned locations under the trade names Geeks On Call(R), 1-800-905-GEEK(TM), CallTheGeeks.com(TM) and Call The Geeks(TM), announced today that it has entered into a strategic Co-Marketing Agreement with Biometric Security Group, Inc