Iris biometrics – Living passport for airport access control

Biometric Border Control Streamlines the US’s Border Security

The increasing demand of air traveling across countries and continents, together with the high expectation of customers in terms of services and security have put pressure to maintain the air transportation infrastructures. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) projects that the global travel will grow 4.1% per year over the next 20 years, from 3.3…

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Multimodal biometrics – A more accurate identification system

With many biometric modalities available such as fingerprint or iris recognition, it is critical for users to assess their accuracy before implementing

Multimodal biometrics refers to the use of a combination of two or more biometric modalities in an identification system. For instance, a system that combines face and iris recognition can be considered as a multimodal biometric system. Multimodal biometrics provides supplementary information among different modalities in order to increase the recognition performance in terms of…

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Biometrics – Social and Economic Innovation

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Biometrics is a science of recognizing person based on physical and behavioral characteristics. Biometrics has been gaining more attentions in these days. More and more governments and businesses have been realizing that biometrics is extremely valuable to verify and identify users. The application of biometrics is becoming  mainstream in social, commercial and governmental environments. The…

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