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Integrators need no longer be wary of biometrics as present-day products and solutions have become more reliable and user-friendly. Appropriate for varied applications, benefits include eliminating the need for legacy access control credentials while reducing administrative costs. By Yevgeny Levitov · October 22, 2014

As the new iPhone launches with a mobile payment app and a fingerprint recognition reader, a Web site has complied a directory of publicly traded companies that play in the biometrics field. SSI Staff · September 09, 2014

A new report suggests end users are increasingly interested in tailor-made, integrated solutions. SSI Staff · September 03, 2014

Near-infrared lights combined with a special camera capture an image of the finger vein patterns. SSI Staff · July 07, 2014

The early history of biometrics technologies proved to be premature on its promises. Now might be time to reconsider and embrace its coming of age as a primetime security solution. Paul Boucherle · June 23, 2014

The Clear biometric identity verification system is scheduled to launch this summer at McCarran International Airport. SSI Staff · June 19, 2014

A new report from the Bipartisan Policy Center reveals that it might not be worth the cost to build a biometric entry-exit system to monitor individuals visiting the United States. SSI Staff · May 15, 2014

Israeli company’s In Motion Identification combines facial recognition and behavioral analysis to permit entry in easy-to-use fashion By Arlen Schweiger · April 04, 2014

Los Angeles police and law enforcement agencies throughout Southern California are expanding their use of surveillance technology, according to a news report. SSI Staff · March 19, 2014

Students Peck School of the Arts on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) campus raised money to install Schlage Handkey biometric readers after a string of intrusions in the six-building complex. SSI Staff · March 07, 2014


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