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Biometrics customers are increasingly basing their purchase decision on product reliability and customer support
Biometrics has rapidly emerged as a reliable and robust answer to the identity challenges of the 21st century. The use of biometric technology is fast gaining prominence in the commercial sector with time and attendance and physical access control being the primary drivers.
The Canadian government is proposing to introduce a biometric system for visitors to Canada.
Dresden/Warsaw, Cognitec Systems GmbH, - a leader in face recognition technology and systems, will be presenting its latest line of products at the Border Security 2009 to be held in Warsaw, Poland from March 4th - March 5th, 2009.
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En la LIFT Conference 2009, celebrada en Ginebra, dos inventores han presentado un curioso ordenador, el QB1. Con un diseño sobrio y articulado, esta máquina está revestida de un material negro y, cuando reconoce a alguien, su pantalla se gira por sí sola hacia el usuario. Para darle órdenes no se necesita ni un teclado ni un ratón: QB1 es dirigido tan sólo con gestos de las manos. En los últimos años ha cambiado mucho nuestra forma de usar los ordenadores y, por tanto, tal vez sea hora de transformar el formato de éstos. Los ...
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Biometric standards can be obtained only if the common information is unconcealed. That, in and of itself, creates system wide vulnerability, and thereby renders the system unsecure. At present, each biometric scanner's vendor generates their own encryption method. Raw biometric data is critical data. It should not be exposed or stored in public space. As difficult as it might be to create a secure standard for identical encryption paths, it is seemingly not possible to create standards for non-identical encryption paths. Overcoming the encryption matching hurdle is the see-saw that creates the security blind spots because the template can ...
Current Biometric documents are useless. ePassports don't make much sense without one-only or unequalled biometric passport reader. Let’s face it once and for all, any electronic data storage method by which content can be read (e.g. RFID, smart/storage cards, etc.), gives it the obvious potential to be hacked, copied and cloned. There's a reason why “Random Access”, “Write Only Memory” (“WOM”) devices have never sound logical. What purpose would there be to store data that cannot be read? Let’s take this one step further. If stored information is designed to be read, then a ...
Hitachi Australia is unfazed by slow local uptake and the emergence of a competitor as it seeks to further roll out vein-scanning technology in the competitive field of biometric security.
A NURSERY has installed a fingerprint entry access system to provide added protection for children and staff.
Experts, academics and members of the public and private sector met in Westminster today to discuss the future of biometric technology.
Grupo Hospital de Madrid apuesta por la biometría de huella dactilar con sus Microsystems y Semarket
Grupo Hospital de Madrid, formado por cuatro hospitales (Madrid, Montepríncipe, Torrelodones y Sanchinarro), un centro integral oncológico y 9 policlínicos ubicados en la Comunidad de Madrid, ha elegido a Sun Microsystems y SeMarket para el establecimiento de un sistema de gestión de identidades y Single Sign On. El proyecto, que será implementado por SeMarket, posibilitará la autenticación segura de los empleados y pacientes del Grupo mediante biometría de huella dactilar gestionando normas y políticas para el control de acceso.
OmniPerception / BAE Systems: Cutting Edge Research Set to Reduce Crime with Improved Automatic Face Recognition
Face recognition experts are carrying out ground breaking research to improve the effectiveness of suspect identification on CCTV footage and adding lip movement and speech pattern recognition to existing face recognition.
The FBI Biometric Center of Excellence is currently working on a Next Generation Identification (NGI) system that will combine iris scans, facial imaging, palm prints and fingerprint identification technologies in one, multi-dimensional system. The platform is intended to succeed the outdated Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IAFIS) put in place in 1999.
charismathics Announces iEnigma®, Providing Two-Factor Authentication for Consumers and the Enterprise with the iPhone
MUNICH, Germany-charismathics today announced the launch of the iEnigma® identity protection application for Apple´s iPhone and iPod Touch. This gives tens of millions of mobile device users a way to protect their data from security breaches, making it easier for enterprises to enact a “two-factor authentication” security approach.
ATEN Technology Debuts Industry-First LCD KVM Switches With Integrated Biometric Security Functionality
RVINE, Calif., - ATEN Technology, Inc. today announced four new models to its Slideaway(TM) LCD KVM series with two models featuring biometric access security. The new CL57 series offers a space-saving, streamlined approach to KVM switch technology by integrating a high-resolution LCD monitor (resolution of up to 1280 x 1024 @ 75 Hz), a full keyboard and a touchpad in a 1U rack-mountable sliding housing.
Today, Microsoft researchers will demonstrate software that can, in real time, superimpose computer-generated information on top of a digitized view of the real world.
The Journey from Jar Jar to Sign Language - Motion Capture Opens the Door to a New Way to Communicate
Motion capture technology has advanced dramatically in the past decade, to the point where digital characters in film and gaming are approaching photo-realism. But Aaron Newman sees the technology’s potential for more than just entertainment. The Dalhousie University psychologist and Canada Research Chair in Cognitive Neuroscience is using motion capture to help better understand sign language and other forms of gesture-based communication.
PC manufacturers have been introducing biometric technologies into their products over the past several years; the implication being that such technologies are inherently more secure than the traditional password, especially given the lack of attention given to password creation by the majority of users.
University of Florida students will help decide on the future of the use of biometric hand scanners as they cast their votes this week in the Student Government elections.