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  • Smart Computing Article - Who Goes There?
    August 2000 Vol.4 Issue 3 Page(s) 107-113 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Biometric Technologies Make You Your Best ID AFIS (Automated Fingerprint Identification System) -- A computerized biometric system frequently used by law enforcement agencies that compares fingerprint patterns
  • Computer Power User Article - X-ray Vision: Biometrics
    the years, though, from ink on index cards to digital storage and digital comparison technologies. As fingerprint identification technologies have improved, they've obviously helped law enforcement do a better job of tracking criminals. The technologies also have become less expensive, allowing them
  • Open Control Raises the Bar for Access Control
    have taken the next step and are using biometrics, such as fingerprint identification, either in smart cards featuring embedded biometrics or in devices that record fingerprints. The future will likely see greater use of retinal systems for ultraclean processing environments, where operators must
  • Getting To Know You
    and mice, along with the keypads of access-control systems. With approximately 1048 possible fingerprint patterns, duplicate patterns are virtually impossible. Fingerprint sensor ICs are showing up in PCs, PDAs, and cell phones. They're replacing identification techniques requiring passwords and personal
  • Getting toKnow You
    Biometric technology is gaining popularity as an effective method of personal identification. eTrue Inc. combines face and fingerprint recognition to verify identity. The company's TrueFace software circumscribes a face to find relationships between features such as the chin, temples, and eyebrows
  • "Buddy, can you spare a... finger? "
    . These scenarios for beating high-tech security and identification systems may not be as farfetched as you think. Biometrics is the science of using biological properties such as fingerprints, an iris scan, or voice recognition, to identify individuals. And in a world of increasing security measures
  • Medical Device Link .
    familiar territory. In this article, such an advance is described. A reagent-free technology is available that offers the possibility of accurate, cost-effective analytical and diagnostic testing. Infrared (IR) spectroscopy has long been established as a chemical identification technique; every
  • Fake Products, Real Dangers
    to provide a unique product or brand "fingerprint" that can be verified with field, laboratory or inline manufacturing tools. Depending on the item, there are a variety of inks, lasers, threads, sprays and labels that can be used to enhance brand protection, authentication and material identification. Many

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