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.

 

Researchers find voice recognition systems easily tricked by impersonators

Researchers from the University of Eastern Finland have published a new study that reveals that it is relatively easy for…

 

Apple patent covers secret biometric ID tracking system of unauthorized users

Apple has been granted a patent from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office covering technology that implements secret biometric ID…

 

Chemist suggests sweat analysis for biometric authentication

A concept paper published in ChemPhysChem proposes a new biometrics-based authentication approach for unlocking mobile and wearable devices that relies…

 

DHS S&T to host series of biometric technology rallies

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is hosting a series of Biometric Technology Rallies…

 

Ntechlab wins two categories at Face Recognition Prize Challenge

Russian facial recognition firm Ntechlab took first place in two of three categories at the first Face Recognition Prize Challenge…

 

Researchers find multiracial facial recognition system offers greater accuracy

The University of Surrey has developed a multiracial facial recognition system that delivers more accurate results than other systems typically…

 

Yitu Tech ranks first in ID accuracy at Face Recognition Prize Challenge 2017

Chinese facial recognition startup Yitu Tech outperformed more than 12 international firms in face identification accuracy by taking first place…

 

Fingerprint Cards delivers technology update presentation

Fingerprint Cards (FPC) has delivered its ‘Technology Update’ in Stockholm, Sweden, which covered the company’s core business, capacitive sensors in smartphones,…

 

Scientists developing thumb-based continuous authentication solution for smartphones

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a team of researchers with a $718,000 grant to develop a thumb-based continuous…

 

Clarkson University students develop keystroke authentication methods, datasets

Three Clarkson University ECE undergraduate researchers — Christopher Murphy, Timothy Law, and Adam Sherwin — have developed methods and datasets…

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