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For decades, college students have used ID cards to gain access to everything from campus libraries to dining halls. Is that about to become a thing of the past locally?
Datastrip Introduces Next Generation Biometric Reader for One-Step Identity Verification of E-passports
New EasyRead™ Handheld Device Advances ID Management and Security for Airports, Immigration and Border Patrols
MUNICH, Germany — Along with the University of the Saarland, Intel has launched an institute for visual computing. The research at the Intel VCI will focus on software architectures and algorithms for visual computing, including novel user interfaces and visualization of 3D environments.
Intel abre en Alemania un centro de investigación de computación visual
The scanners are being trialled at the airport
And how your heartbeat could keep your car safe
In a 21st-century version of the age of discovery, teams of computer scientists, conservationists and scholars are fanning out across the globe in a race to digitize crumbling literary treasures.
MaxID, a rugged mobile computer company, announced the integration of Animetrics face recognition into the iDLMax, a handheld identity management device. The iDLMax is the first commercially-available mobile computing device to incorporate Animetric's superior 2D-to-3D face biometric technology.
Distinctive brain patterns could become the latest subject of biometric scanning after EU researchers successfully tested technology to verify identities for security checks.
Waltham, MA - Retica Systems, Inc. announced that it will demonstrate the latest gen3 release of its Eagle-Eyes multimodal iris and face capture and identification system at the 2009 Annual Biometrics and Forensics Summit, in San Diego, CA. Eagle-Eyes offers the longest distance, largest capture volume area for identifying multiple individuals, simultaneously in high-volume throughput applications such as border control, customs and airport security, critical infrastructure security, building access control and many others.
L-1 Identity Solutions es una empresa proveedora de soluciones de identificación para el control de acceso, entre los que se destaca su sistema de identificación de rostro 3D.
PALO ALTO, Calif. & CONWAY, N.H.-MaxID, a rugged mobile computer company, today announced the integration of Animetrics face recognition into the iDLMax, a handheld identity management device. The iDLMax is the first commercially-available mobile computing device to incorporate Animetric’s superior 2D-to-3D face biometric technology.
The creators of the EFIT-V forensic facial composite software describe how it works and recent successes with police services in the UK in the current issue of the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics.
The Verifi P6000 provides a perfect biometric tool to the government sector for quickly incorporating biometrics to PIV, FRAC and HSPD-12 initiatives.
Plans for a new passport have sparked debate over the inclusion of an electronic chip containing biometric details, and the creation of a central fingerprint database.
CINCINNATI-Convergys Corporation, a global leader in relationship management, announced today the availability of a platform-independent On-Demand Voice Authentication solution. Convergys clients and non-Convergys clients can easily implement this solution by enrolling the voice signatures of their customers and employees. Upon enrollment, companies can authenticate agent-assisted and consumer transactions more securely than with a traditional ID + PIN authentication.
L-1 Identity Solutions Provides State of Texas with Full Hand Biometric Scanning Technology for Use in Criminal Investigations
Local Law Enforcement Can for the First Time Electronically Search Full and Partial Hand Prints from Suspects against State’s Criminal Database
EL MONTE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 05/05/09 -- American Reliance, Inc. (AMREL) announced that it will demonstrate its revolutionary biometric handheld at the 2009 Annual Biometrics and Forensics Summit, in San Diego, CA.
OTTAWA - Journalists covering the war in Afghanistan are now required to submit to a biometrics scan before being accredited to travel with NATO units or visit military bases.