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Israel Expands Biometric Passport Stands At Airport

  • Israel took another step toward biometric identification on Wednesday, introducing 17 biometric passport stands to the Passport Control section of Ben-Gurion airport
  • Four stations already were in place as part of a pilot study for the program, which waives the long lines at Passport Control and allows Israelis and tourists to pass instead via a facial recognition system.
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Police State

How your next password could be your brain

It’s time to put another body part through the biometrics wringer in the ongoing quest to replace passwords.

This time, it’s your brain.

Specifically, researchers have been looking at how your brain responds to certain acronyms. 625 more words


Active Shape Models with SIFT Descriptors and MARS

The paper presents an algorithm to detect facial landmarks using active shape models (ASM), SIFT and multivariate adaptive regression splines (MARS). The base idea is to iteratively adjust a set of facial landmarks. 220 more words


AOptix Launches First Biometric Scanning Tool for iPhone

Mobile phones are effective devices, as well as with the appropriate applications and also devices, they could come to be much more so. A California-based technology business has actually introduced a device that flips a normal apple iphone 4 or FOUR right into an effective biometrics scanning device. 14 more words


What a week!

Well, we have had lots of exciting news this week! We received our first Notice of Action in the mail on Thursday; exactly one week after we received email and text confirmation. 399 more words

Precise receives Tactivo order from NHS Foundation Trust

Silicon Trust Partner Precise Biometrics has won an order for Tactivo from an English National Health Service (NHS) Foundation Trust. Tactivo will be used for secure mobile access to healthcare systems and is delivered as part of an integrated solution provided by Precise Biometrics´ partner Isosec Ltd. 162 more words

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New Gibraltar eID cards to be supplied by Mühlbauer this summer

The Chief Minister of Gibraltar Fabian Picardo, alongside Minister Paul Balban unveiled a new eID card. The new electronic ID cards will be used for travel and as part of an overall strategy to develop the government’s plans for e-government services. 476 more words