Iris Recognition as an Emerging Technology for Connected Cars

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The term ‘connected car’ refers to any automobile with internet access which allows them to connect to other devices within the car and/or devices, networks and services outside the car including other cars, home, office and infrastructure. Increased connectivity has also introduced new risks and attack vectors into the connected car ecosystem. According to IBM,…

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Biometric vehicle access to grow 20% during 2016-2020

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According to an article in Markets and Markets, the vehicle security system market is dominated by remote keyless entry systems in terms of value. In details, over 70% of vehicles manufactured today are equipped with a remote keyless entry system, either as a standard or an optional feature. And although this is wonderful, the fact…

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Widespread Use of Biometrics In Consumer Electronics Projected

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While the adoption of biometric has been focused on the government sector, market dynamics are shifting, as these technologies find increasing use in consumer electronic (CE) products. In other words, with the rising number of CE products featuring biometric sensors, it becomes as a huge opportunity. According to an article in Grand View Research, the…

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Iris Biometrics to Tighten the Prison Management

Many prisons have installed iris biometric recognition in order to improve the efficiency of correction specialists and the jail security

As the increasing of crime rate, jail or prison management is playing a significant role in public safety. With hundred thousands of incarcerated offenders in one place, it is both a critical and constant challenge to keep track of inmates, especially as they move from one part of the facility to another throughout the day….

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