Julian Ashbourn

Julian Ashbourn
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Julian Ashbourn has enjoyed a distinguished career in electronics, systems and IT. He has more than twenty years specific experience in biometrics and identity management, within which time he has intro­duced several important concepts, authored four specialist books, and contributed countless papers and articles to the general discussion. The Biometrics Research web resource (http://biometrics.bl.ee) functions as a place holder for contemporary issues in this context and features a forum for the exchange of related ideas.

A framework for progress

In recent years we have witnessed a proliferation of initiatives around areas as automated border control, passports and biometric identity. In the background, aspirations...

Gesture biometrics

According to media reports, gesture-based biometrics are evolving rapidly, their usage primarily being associated with mobile devices and near field communications (NFC). The concept...

The biometric sea

The use of biometrics as identifiers in public and private applications, and even for personal use is ever increasing, bringing about challenges regarding storage...

Looking back and ahead

Ten years have passed since the first issue of Keesing’s Journal of Documents graced the desks of executives, technology suppliers, consultants, and others with...

An introduction to the Biometrics Constitution

Although we have been employing the concept of biometrics in relation to identity verification for a very long time, many people still perceive biometrics...