Biometric R&D

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

 

Survey shows significant support for facial recognition, trust in feds to use it

A new survey by Zogby Analytics shows growing support for the use of facial recognition in the United States. Commissioned by…

 

Precise Biometrics launches Tactivo for Android

Precise Biometrics has officially launched its popular Tactivo mini solution for Android. According to the company, with this launch, Precise expands…

 

IriTech launches new workforce and identity management software packs

Iris recognition specialist, IriTech has released two software packages – IriTracker and ForYourIrisOnly (FYIO) — to improve its IriShield-USB iris camera…

 

Student designs facial recognition surveillance system to deter intruders

A product design student from Middlesex University has developed a unique security system which mimics a human eye and uses facial…

 

Transparency Market Research preps two new reports on biometric markets

Transparency Market Research is getting set to publish a report on the biometrics market, noting the market’s immense growth as of…

 

Standard for iris images in federal IDs coming soon: NIST ITL director

During a tense subcommittee hearing, Charles Romine, director of the NIST Information Technology Laboratory promised a standard for iris images…

 

New York College of Health Professions granted patent for biometric system for monitoring guard status

The New York College of Health Professions has just been granted a patent by the USPTO for a system which detects…

 

Biometric authentication provides better device security: report

According to the latest research report from Heavy Reading, biometric authentication provides superior device security. “Today’s phones already enable contactless…

 

NeoFace identifies Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in MSU marathon bombing simulation study

NEC’s NeoFace facial recognition software was recently able to identify Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, a suspect from the recent Boston Marathon Bombing, from footage of…

 

Orbeus launches Rekognition, avoids Google Glass facial recognition ban

The Google Glass facial recognition saga continues. A new service, called Rekognition has recently been launched by San Francisco-based computer vision…

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