retinal recognition

The ‘mother’ of all biometrics

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Ravi Das An overview into retinal recognition The interest of using the retina as means for verification and/or identification goes back all the way to the...

World’s most travel-friendly passports

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Once again, Asia leads the way in the Henley Passport Index’s guide to the world’s most powerful passports. Japan and Singapore have held onto their...

Authentication technique composite substrates

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Composite substrates that contain paper and polymer layers with the same thickness as traditional security paper are novel options for security documents, and unique...

3D enrolment improves face recognition

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Although 2D face recognition technology has improved recently, the quality of 2D images captured is often still poor, due in part to the sensitivity to capture...

US Biometric and identity intelligence programme

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In the final article of this series, Joshua Steinhauer discusses three important areas that should be considered when evaluating the benefit of establishing a full...

Documentchecker

Checking the world’s ID documents and banknotes

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Sanjay Dharwadker Over one billion people on the planet have no ID. The problem starts at birth, by missing out on birth registration. The United Nations...