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Posts Categorized: biometric
A digital database will store the features of individual fish for identification and to track their health.
A French hotel chain is using customers’ biometric data to find out what their ideal holiday location is.
The metro line in Brazil have installed interactive platform doors that display adverts and log commuter reactions.
A tiny sensor has been developed that can be attached to a tooth and send back health information to its user.
Japan is introducing a system that will allow tourists to use fingerprints for payments while traveling.
A Swedish rail operator has begun using a payment system linked to microchips embedded in customers’ hands.
Researchers at the University of Buffalo hope the innovation could be the next big step in computer security.
The Sensate device and its partner app uses audible tones that can be heard and felt to reduce stress levels.
NEC Corporation hopes its earphone technology will stop smartphone leaks of passwords and confidential information.
The technology can take 36 3D images per second with a resolution of one million pixels.
Mastercard recently unveiled its biometric credit card that uses the owner’s fingerprint to authorize payments in place of a pin number.
New passport-free process introduced at several boarding gates in Heathrow with plans to continue expanding the service to additional gates.
Biometric design experts Fplife have introduced the Lockbook, a notebook and personal organizer secured by the fingerprint of the owner.
Danish-based app has the capability to contain everything that is today hosted in the leather wallet from ID card through to driving license.
In Amsterdam, KLM is trialing a facial recognition service that speeds up the boarding process.
Developed by German researchers, this eyewear computer uses the unique sound of users’ skulls to securely identify owners of wearables such as Google Glass.