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Biometrics industry representatives have informed politicians of the potential for facial recognition software to help identify suspects, at hearings in the technology’s use by law enforcement.
The organisers of next-generation identity technology event connect:ID 2017 have announced three senior US government officials who will feature as keynote speakers in the show’s conference.
Secure identity company QiSQi Identification Technologies has released a new platform and app called MABIS that can register and identify fingerprints, faces, and irises.
Biometrics and identity solutions firm Crossmatch has appointed Jeff Carpenter as market director for authentication.
Norwegian biometrics firm NEXT Biometrics has announced it completed testing of its new ASIC, the A2, a custom-built chip that it says will significantly reduce company production costs.
A federal judge in Chicago has rejected an attempt by Google to throw out a case linked to face recognition and scanned photographs.
Ride-hailing app Uber has introduced a new face recognition feature to help secure passengers in South Africa.
A museum in Quebec is using a simple face recognition tool to match 21st century website visitors with ancient lookalikes.
Swedish biometrics firm Fingerprint Cards has said revenue is set to fall more than 50 percent in the first quarter, and that it will therefore withdraw its proposal of a dividend for 2016.
Lithuanian identity technology firm Neurotechnology has announced the release of the SentiVeillance 6.0 software development kit (SDK).
A temple in Beijing has installed a face recognition device to ensure that no one takes more than their fair share of toilet paper.
Romanian officials have confirmed that the country is mulling the introduction of eID cards to improve their identity systems.
Mount Airey Group, a provider of identity solutions to federal agencies, is partnering with Acuant, a leading provider of data capture and authentication solutions, to launch an authentication solution for border control.
The United States has begun collecting biometric details from asylum seekers being held on a Pacific Island.
Nigerian officials have confirmed that the country will create a biometric database of 16 million farmers to enable them benefit from intervention packages during the 2017 cropping season.
The UK biometrics commissioner has slammed the findings of a Home Office review into the retention and use of custody images.
Over one million Citi consumer banking customers in Asia Pacific have used its voice biometrics authentication service.
Israeli biometric identity solutions firm SuperCom has been selected by the Czech Republic's Ministry of Justice to deploy its PureSecurity Electronic Monitoring Suite.
Malaysian identity solutions firm IRIS Corporation Berhad (IRIS) has formulated a corporate restructuring plan.
Planet Biometrics has quizzed two experts from one of the leaders in face recognition tech, MorphoTrak.
Security always seems to come down to these either-or propositions, but it doesn’t have to.
Planet Biometrics quizzes Joey Pritikin, Tascents VP of Marketing and Product Management, about the development of the InSight One.
With the rise in mobile banking and transactions, organisations are starting to realise the importance of technology in enhancing the user experience.
Flexible fingerprint sensors can bring value and boost the implementation of fingerprint imaging technology in five key industries.
For voice biometrics to be trusted and ubiquitous, it must be unobtrusive, robust and secure.
Document, banknote and securities authentication firm Regula discusses the latest industry trends and their company's history.
Swedish biometric data capture and enrollment firm Speed Identity discusses the latest industry trends and their company's history with Planet Biometrics.
There are several factors companies must consider before relying on physical biometric technology to authenticate users in an online environment
In Jordan, a biometrics-backed project launched by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) is helping Syrian refugees lead a normal life.