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Fingerprint recognition to protect medical marijuana dispensaries in Illinois

Medical marijuana cultivation centers and dispensaries in Illinois will be safeguarded by advanced security measures, including vaults monitored by security…

 

Boston spied, used facial recognition on concertgoers

Recent news reports claim that the City of Boston tested an IBM video mass surveillance system at the Boston Calling…

 

Explainer: Biometrics in Law Enforcement

Law enforcement is arguably the largest user of biometric technology and Automated Fingerprint Identification Systems (AFIS) is the police’s most…

 

Bank Muscat launches biometric system compatible with national ID card

Financial services firm Bank Muscat announced it has introduced a biometric system that is compatible with the national identification card….

 

Border security conference World BORDERPOL Congress to be held in Hungary

The third annual World BORDERPOL Congress will be held December 9-11 at the Kempinski Corvinus Hotel Budapest in Hungary. According…

 

Biometrics2014: A Q&A with Biometrics Institute CEO Isabelle Moeller

Earlier this year the Biometrics Institute announced a partnership with Elsevier to deliver the Biometrics2014 Conference & Exhibition. Taking place…

 

Top biometrics news stories, week of July 20

Biometrics Week in Review: VISA Europe, NEC technology, Samsung rumors, NIST testing, Imagus, CrimTrac, US intelligence budget, facial recognition research,…

 

Australian criminal intelligence agency to introduce biometrics identification system

CrimTrac, the national information-sharing service for Australia’s police, law enforcement and national security agencies, will replace the national fingerprint database…

 

Cross Match to offer biometrics solutions through UK government cloud

Cross Match has just announced the debut of its biometric solutions to enable criminal booking, mobile ID, enrollment and border…

 

Imagus provides facial recognition technology for new 3D glasses being tested by US Military‎, others

Imagus Technology is providing facial recognition technology to be used in new spy glasses designed by Osterhout Design Group, which…

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