The biometrics technology compares an image of travelers taken during the normal inspection process to the image stored on their ePassport.
SSI Staff · February 10, 2016
The airport now has APC kiosks in place capable of matching travelers’ faces to their images in their passports.
SSI Staff · October 05, 2015
The bank is also testing biometric authentication technology that scans the veins of smartphone users’ eyes to verify their identity.
SSI Staff · July 01, 2015
Washington Dulles International Airport officials are testing out facial recognition technology that will help to investigate individuals flying to the U.S. from another country.
SSI Staff · March 23, 2015
Global strategist Marc Goodman writes biometric security will offer many advantages, but will increasingly become a target for cyber espionage.
SSI Staff · February 25, 2015
Panasonic, Mitsubishi and others are working to deploy advanced ID authentication, wireless video surveillance, bomb detection, facial recognition and other security measures ahead of the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo.
SSI Staff · February 24, 2015
Once the camera knows a face, it will automatically start categorizing any video where it's picked one up and keep a running list of still images for people it recognizes.
SSI Staff · January 09, 2015
Face recognition will enable the owners of computers, tablets and mobile phones to protect their devices and access them without having to remember passwords.
SSI Staff · December 04, 2014
January's SSI feature “Video Continues to Enhance Its Security Image” has a dozen top technology providers identifying the latest and greatest video surveillance technologies. Among the participants was Panasonic System Networks Co. of America President Bill Taylor, who addressed the topic of recording technology and how it is being implemented in DVRs, NVRs and other devices.
Scott Goldfine · January 21, 2011
Countries in Europe and the Pacific Rim have begun implementing advanced biometric technology such as facial and iris scanning at borders and airports, a trend one expert says will continue its growth spurt in 2010.
January 13, 2010