Biometric R&D

Biometric R&D refers to significant research and developments in the biometric sphere. This includes market research, product development, awards recognition as well as new inventions and innovations.

 

FacePhi launches new facial recognition SDK

Facial Recognition specialists, FacePhi has announced the launch of a new SDK, which it says consists of a set of libraries…

 

Cross Match to discuss human-machine interface in fingerprinting at IAI Conference

Roberto Wolfer from Cross Match is set to speak at the IAI Conference in Rhode Island, on August 5th, 2013. Wolfer…

 

Intensity Analytics: A conversation with co-founder John Rome

Co-founded by husband and wife team, John and Bethann Rome, Intensity Analytics is fresh off a seed round of funding and…

 

M2SYS announces July #biometricchat with Steria Group

M2SYS Technologies has announced its next #biometricchat, set to take place this week, on July 25, 2013 at 11 a.m. EST, featuring…

 

iBeta completes mobile biometric device testing for Sandia

iBeta Quality Assurance Biometrics Testing Laboratory has completed its first task order of conformance testing of mobile biometric devices, under a…

 

Fibre-optics fuel fingerprint-sensing touchscreen, Fiberio

Two German researchers have designed a touchscreen, called Fiberio, capable of fingerprint verification, without the need for an embedded scanner….

 

American researchers develop eye-tracking authentication system

A research team from the University of Washington and Texas State has argued that eye-tracking technology could form the backbone of an…

 

Cognitec announces facial recognition SDK for Android

Cognitec’s FaceVACS facial recognition SDK is now available for Android development. According to the company, the SDK contains all the development…

 

Russia’s biometrics market to reach $398 million by 2018: report

The Russian biometrics market is set to reach US$398 million by 2018, according to a new report. The report, Russia…

 

Iris recognition not affected by ageing: NIST IREX study

Irises do not deteriorate enough to affect biometric identification — this according to a fresh NIST IREX VI study. According to…

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