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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Consumer Electronics Will Dominate the Biometric Market in Asia Pacific (2015-2025)

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According to a new report of Strategic Defense Intelligence (2015), Asia Pacific is predicted to become the fastest growing biometrics market globally. In 2015, this market has value at $1.1 billion and is expected to increase three fold by 2025 ($3.3 billion). Moreover, SDI’s research on the Asia Pacific biometric market also puts this growth…

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Why Biometrics Plays an Important Role in Animal Identification?

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Cattle identification has recently played an influential role towards understanding disease trajectory, vaccination, production management, and animal ownership assignment. Cattle identification and tracking is defined as the process of accurately recognizing individual cattle and their products via a unique identifier or marker. In the past, some traditional methods such as ear tags, branding, tattooing, and…

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Retina vs. Iris Recognition: Similarities and Differences

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Besides fingerprint and facial recognition, eye scanning is one of the most highly mentioned biometric modalities these days. As the security market rapidly increases, it is expected that eye recognition solution would grow fast at a CAGR of 23.40% between 2015 and 2020, reported by MarketsandMarkets. The recognition of retina and iris are known as…

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Biometrics to Boost Port Security

Biometrics to Boost Port Security

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) estimated that 9.8 billion tons of goods are carried by sea in 2014, around 80 percent of the world’s trade. With that high trading volume, seaborne shipments have become the target of many sabotages and terrorism. Besides, ports are inherently very vulnerable to criminal attacks due…

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Utilizing Iris Biometrics for Animal Identification

Utilizing Iris Biometrics for Animal Identification

Cattle identification and trace-ability are important to control disease and maintain consumer confidence in farm products. In North America, cattle identification, such as hot branding (or mark/ tattoo) has been used extensively to show the ownership of cattle and to manage the herd for production, health and breeding decisions. However, these traditional methods for marking…

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Biometric identification Boosting Automotive Security

Biometric identification Boosting Automotive Security

Today’s vehicles are highly complex in terms of both features and user interfaces. Biometric identification system is an effective solution to personalize vehicles for each driver and allow him to access to confidential information stored in the vehicle’s database. Utilizing advanced biometric technology, biometric driver identification optimizes the settings of the vehicle’s active driver assistance…

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Can Multimodal Biometrics Strengthen Online Banking Security?

Multimodal biometric systems have been proven to be very effective in protecting information and resources in banking applications

In the ever changing world of technology, the banking and financial services sector has seen a tremendous shift in the way these services are now being catered to retail and corporate customers. With the millions of dollars being spent by organizations on online services, the online banking and financial services sector become a critical infrastructure…

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IriTech’s success at INTERPOL World 2015

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The INTERPOL World 2015, a trade event that promotes the partnerships among security manufacturers, was held on 14-16 April in Singapore.  IriTech co-exhibited with PCS Security to showcase our latest development at the INTERPOL World 2015, the Gemini Camera which can capture face and dual iris at the same time with one single CMOS sensor. During this year…

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Drowsiness Detection – A growing market

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Driver fatigue is one of the most significant factors that lead to vehicle accidents. According to the VSR report 2009, 20% of crashes and 12% of near-crashes were caused by the drowsy drivers. Specifically, each year nearly 100,000 drowsiness-related accidents are reported in the US, which results in over 70,000 injuries; 1,500 mortalities, and monetary losses of…

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