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.

 

Biometrics Institute members offer new ideas and perspectives for adapting to COVID-19

The Biometrics Institute has collected effective and responsible biometric solutions, perspectives and ideas to help the world adapt to the changes…

 

Researchers use Instagram mask selfies to improve biometric facial recognition algorithms

Some facial biometrics developers fear the COVID-19 pandemic will affect their business, as the number of people wearing masks has…

 

Megvii partners with ARB to explore biometrics and IoT tech in Malaysia

Malaysian software development company ARB has partnered with Megvii to dive into AI biometric facial recognition applications and IoT technology…

 

Tech5 facial biometrics support OpenGate platform for re-opening air travel with KTDI and One ID

A paperless biometrics platform based on open source technology and open standards, going by the name of OpenGate, has been…

 

Neurotechnology tops FVC-onGoing biometric test results with fingerprint recognition tech

Neurotechnology’s biometric fingerprint recognition extractor and matcher have ranked as the most accurate in the latest FVC-onGoing fingerprint verification test…

 

Disney patent application shows biometrics in image recognition system for guest personalization

Disney has filed for a patent on a system that could combine biometrics with scannable badges or other visual markers…

 

Sony AI-powered sensors for industry, retail automation hold secure biometrics promise

Sony claims to have introduced the first artificial intelligence image sensors that speed up the data collection process and deliver…

 

Protecting privacy, preventing bias in facial recognition essential, RAND study says

How society can benefit from and use biometric facial recognition while still protecting privacy is one of the two central…

 

Infinity Optics argues for biometric “privacy by default” and leverages award in promotional material

Infinity Optics is touting its technology as protecting “privacy by default” as the company promotes its recent recognition for biometrics innovations…

 

Face recognition systems need to instill trust, but they do not: NIST researchers

Not enough is being done to engender trust in decisions made by facial recognition and biometrics systems, according to a…

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