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Posts Categorized: Biometrics
Sensors in the mouthguard collect data on performance and injuries
Jails will be equipped with smart cameras and biometric tracking devices
A breath-analysis device could mean the end for unhealthy fad diets with personalised metabolism tracking.
A new product could allow people to conduct their own eye tests at home.
We spoke to entrepreneur Jeff Hagins of Woven to find out how creating a system of distributed digital identity could prevent data breaches and replace the need for other types of cybersecurity solutions in the future.
A modular security system allows smart security to integrate into any home, whether urban or rural.
A new service uses cryptography to eliminate employee passwords and ensure security.
An R&D company is partnering with vets, tech experts and pharmaceutical companies to create an AI consumer app for pet owners that will advise on preventative healthcare.
A new health insurance plan for diabetics only charges if results are achieved.
Discover how a brain-computer interface (BCI) enables a direct communication pathway between the brain and the objects to be controlled in our latest Tech Explained feature.
Hardware and software improvements continue to excel in computer vision (CV) and deep learning technology. Depth sensors are fundamental to the understanding of innovations using these technologies. Find out more about how they are being used in this 2-minute read.
A new platform combines wearable data with video analysis, enabling coaches to easily tag player sequences and share clips of their progress.
A new menstrual pad collects period blood for diagnostic testing on a subscription basis.
A digital database will store the features of individual fish for identification and to track their health.
Researchers have developed a way to identify footsteps with biometric scanning and artificial intelligence.
Wearable fitness trackers are continuously enhanced thanks to technological advances in material design and sensors. It’s no longer enough to measure steps and active minutes. Find out how fitness trackers have evolved and how they’re now been used in our latest Tech Explained.
The world’s first 3D body scanner designed for home use is available for purchase.
A new clinic claims that it can optimise clients’ brains through magnetic stimulation.
Our latest Tech Explained helps you understand how biometric technology works to identify someone from their handprints, fingerprints, voice or iris.