Biometric

Biometric

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A new lie-detecting kiosk that can spot changes in physiology and behaviour during interviews with travelers is currently being tested. It could be used...

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Police services around the world use facial recognition databases in order to identify criminals. Nearly half of all American adults have been entered into...

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The new president elect, Donald Trump, emphasized during his campaign a promise to upgrade border security and to deport as many as 3 million...

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iHLS is proud to present the projects which graduated iHLS Accelerator's first cycle. The celebratory event will take place on December 12, 2016 at...

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iHLS Conference on Video Analytics today at Rishon LeZion was a great success. Hundreds of professionals and experts in this field participated in the...

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Safran Identity & Security (previously known as Morpho) is a world leader in the security sector, combining several key areas of expertise to give...

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Quantum RGB uses near real-time video feeds from standard third-party cameras or recorded video repositories to create a robust “QuantumID” for each person of...

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A global information technology company, Unisys Corporation, was awarded a contract by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), part of the Department of Homeland...

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  iHLS, the global media leader in security technology, is inviting entrepreneurships in this field to join the second cycle of the world first accelerator...

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Computer scientists and electrical engineers from the University of Washington have devised a way to send passwords through the human body using benign, low-frequency...

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A new video analytic technology launched recently is suitable for real-world scenarios where monitoring conditions are challenging. Face Recognition video analytic is ideally suited...

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The national policy on biometric applications was declared in Israel this week. The policy enables the balanced use of biometric applications and their advantages...

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The US government has implemented various measures to tighten border security, track visitors, and attempt to keep visitors with potential terrorist ties from entering...

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Bengaluru police in India will deploy state-of-the-art technology for fingerprint recognition for rapid identification of offenders and criminals. Tenders will soon be floated for...

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Securing the Olympic events in Rio encompasses the use of various technologies, according to SourceSecurity.com. Among them: UAVs geofencing software - Leading drone maker...

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Biometric scanning technologies are becoming more and more widespread in airports, stadiums etc., turning check-in procedures more efficient and quick. Iris and fingerprints scans will...

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South Korea is turning to the most advanced technology to bolster security. The government has announced that it will be deploying facial recognition technology...

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The departments of Defense and Homeland Security have invested in technology to prevent attacks like the one in Brussels, including facial recognition technology that...

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British security agencies will be forced to destroy biometric data of forty-five terror suspects. The DNA samples and fingerprints were retained for a longer...

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Air travel now is so ridiculously cheap, the biggest obstacle to speedy travel is the congestion at checkpoints at airports. As more and more...

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Surveillance cameras are omnipresent on modern life. In a famous example, London, England has one camera for every fourteen residents. The big problem is...

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The multiple breaches and deficiencies in European security structures exposed in the Paris attacks throw a light on the Union’s unpreparedness for the threats...

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