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Technology focused research group Tractica has predicted that strong adoption of facial recognition during the next several years in mobile device authentication will see the market’s value climb to more than US$122.8 million worldwide by 2024.
India’s Home Ministry has rejected plans to collect the biometrics of all tourists on arrival, saying that these raised security concerns.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has recommended that biometric ID cards be used to keep track of refugees arriving in Malaysia from Myanmar.
Beijing-based Ola is developing a Bluetooth-enabled entry lock with a fingerprint scanner built into its handle, removing the need for keys or passcodes.
Reports that Apple is planning a fingerprint sensor that sits under a touch screen have been strengthened by analysis of a previous patent outlining the process.
Belfast-based biometric technology firm Lava Group has won a contract to provide access control solutions for a new prison currently being constructed in Cork.
Banks will increasingly turn to biometrics over knowledge-based authentication methods and other techniques, according to a new report.
ENTERTECH SYSTEMS and Digitus Biometrics have announced a new partnership that will focus on securing server cabinet access control.
The Biometrics Institute is disappointed talks in Washington between privacy advocates and corporate representatives on facial recognition broke down.
Facebook researches have developed a method which uses a subject’s pose and other aspects such as hair and clothing to verify identities.
Planet Biometrics talked to Conor White, Americas President at Daon, about the firm’s motivations in developing the IdentityX solution.
Planet Biometrics talked to USAA's Gary McAlum, CSO and SVP of Enterprise Security, about the financial service provider's biometric banking app.
Planet Biometrics talked to Jonathan Levitt, a lead associate with BAH, about the VAMPIRE device’s development history and its capabilities.
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.
The European Union’s plans to use biometrics to identify a flood of migrants arriving in the continent are raising questions over how much “proportionate coercion” will be deemed acceptable in gathering fingerprint data.
Having a harmonized vocabulary on biometric terminology would prove very helpful in creating a common European market for biometric technology and its applications.