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Explaining Biometrics

 

Explainer: Retinal Scan Technology

Developed in the 1980s, retinal scanning is one of the most well-known biometric technologies, but it is also one of…

 

Explainer: Healthcare and Medical Biometrics

Healthcare biometrics refers to biometric applications in doctors’ offices, hospitals, or for use in monitoring patients. This can include access…

 

Different Fingerprint Types Affect the Verification Process

Fingerprint verification is the oldest, cheapest and most popular biometric scanning method because  fingerprint types are unique to each person….

 

Explainer: Gait Recognition

Gait recognition is a behavioral biometric modality that identifies people based on their unique walking pattern. In comparison with other…

 

Explainer: Dynamic Signature

Dynamic signature is a biometric modality that uses, for recognition purposes, the anatomic and behavioral characteristics that an individual exhibits…

 

History of Biometrics

Introduction The term “biometrics” is derived from the Greek words “bio” (life) and “metrics” (to measure). Automated biometric systems have…

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