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Biometrics

The process of recognizing a human being using one or more inherent physical traits. For example, one may identify a criminal using his/her fingerprints. Biometric products are used for a variety of government and commercial purposes, often for security.

biometrics

Increasingly popular building security system technology that relies on automated identification of physical characteristics such as fingerprints or retinal scans in order to determine access rights.The technology and the cost have both reached the point that consumer-level biometric security devices are available,such as for use in self-storage facilities and residences.Access codes, keys, and electronic cards are becoming outdated. Developers should bear this in mind when designing new construction and spend a minor amount of extra money necessary for wiring to accommodate biometric systems.

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Precise Biometrics expects this re-organisation, in accordance with the new strategy, to enable it to develop solutions with the objective to unite various biometrical modalities, providing authentication solutions to sectors such as finance, gaming, medical and security.
"By expanding our biometrics programme, we facilitate entry into Canada and protect the integrity of our immigration system, by quickly and accurately establishing a traveller's identity.
Also, over 400 million people in Africa have no official ID, so biometrics can help banks establish an identity where none formally exists.
"When comparing those who use fingerprint scanning to the general population, the data shows that the more frequently they use it, the more likely they are to use other biometrics modalities for mobile banking and payments.
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TalkTalk has chosen Nuance's voice biometrics technology to improve the customer experience in their automated phone system.
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