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US moves ahead with long-distance biometric ID seemingly without competition

The world’s most public military program to develop whole-body biometric surveillance at a distance outdoors continues. U.S. military, national security…

 

Award for biometrics under tortuous conditions goes to West Virginia researcher

The U.S. government has awarded a $1.1 million contract to develop biometric facial biometrics systems capable of being accurate over…

 

U of Nebraska prepares to do whole-body biometric recognition from far-off sensors

Researchers in the U.S. state of Nebraska are preparing for biometric experiments to test facial and whole-body recognition. The Defense…

 

Professor wins IARPA subcontract to improve long-range, whole-body biometric identification

A West Virginia University (WVU) professor has earned a four-year, $750,000 subcontract to refine the collection of whole-body biometric data…

 

IARPA awards contracts for whole-body biometric identification

The research and development arm of the U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced a tranche of contracts…

 

Listening better and identifying from farther away — US intel agency touts new programs

The U.S. government is teasing a couple of technologies it is pursuing for intelligence gathering teams, at least one of…

 

IARPA launches tender opportunity for ‘whole-body’ biometric identification from a distance

A new contract opportunity for ‘whole-body’ biometric technology to identify people from long range and elevated platforms like watchtowers or…

 

Substantial improvements to biometric spoof attack detection possible in short term

Stergios Papadakis from The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory delivered a presentation during the International Face Performance Conference (IFPC)…

 

House unanimously passes deepfake bill; Senate version still in committee

The bipartisan House Identifying Outputs of Generative Adversarial Networks Act (IOGAN Act), which supports critical research to accelerate the development…

 

IARPA seeks information on long-range biometric recognition and identification technologies

Information on private sector research efforts and datasets that may be “useful in planning a program focused on advancing the…

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