Physical Access/Attendance

Physical access control and time/attendance applications are a mainstay for the biometrics industry. These systems can control access to buildings, sensitive facilities and building sites and help verify the attendance records of employees or other relevent groups of people, such as students. This section covers all the news and views in this sector…

Latest Headlines

SDW 2017 sees attendee numbers soar to new record 20 July 2017

Leading next-generation government and citizen ID event SDW 2017 has revealed year-on-year growth in visitorship of 6%, and a record level of conference attendees.


Kuwait teachers protest biometric system 06 July 2017

Teachers in Kuwait have said they will not submit to plans to enforce a biometric attendance regime.


Biometric system boots hooliganism out of soccer 04 July 2017

Hungarian soccer stadium - Groupama Arena – has successfully used palm vein biometrics to wipe out hooliganism.


South African scientists develop 'cognitive' ID tech 02 June 2017

A team of researchers at South Africa’s aiThenticate Computervision Labs have developed a new authentication system using a ‘simulation of human cognition’.

Features

Waving goodbye to queues with your fingerprint?

Advanced optical biometric devices that read fingerprints at walking speed, as users wave their hands through scanners, promise to resolve speed issues raised by previous biometric authentication methods. But experts caution that it may not be so straightforward.


iPhone 5S: heralding a paradigm shift?

In drafting this statement, the EAB seeks to offer the suppliers of mobile devices, service operators and the user a perspective on how to assess this kind of technology - and in particular its security and usability.


EAB Contribution to Horizon 2020 consultations

An outline of some key research priorities and objectives are presented as input to the preliminary consultations surrounding the theme of Trustworthy ICT within the Horizon 2020 programme.


Automatic Facial Recognition: A Review

In an effort to answer the increasing number of questions being put forward about automatic facial recognition, this whitepaper by Morpho takes a general look at the technology, explores the state of the art and assesses its technical and commercial potential.


Automated Personal Identification

This book is a rare and exciting find in the US Library of Congress. It is one of the very earliest analyses of automated personal identity technology and was written at the birth of what we now know as the modern biometrics industry. Despite being written in 1974, the authors saw with impressive clarity many of the issues that remain today as some of the most difficult problems to solve.

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