Biometrics

Read: SIA Makes Case Against Federal Facial Recognition Ban

SIA Makes Case Against Federal Facial Recognition Ban

A proposed bill would impose a blanket ban on most federal use of nearly all biometric and related image analytics technologies.

Read: Biometrics Specialist Invixium Opens U.S. Headquarters

Biometrics Specialist Invixium Opens U.S. Headquarters

The company has increased its global team with new sales and marketing hires in Connecticut to further develop business opportunities in the Americas.

Read: Amazon Halts Police Use of Facial Recognition Software for a Year

Amazon Halts Police Use of Facial Recognition Software for a Year

Amazon will allow its software to be used by organizations that help rescue human trafficking victims and reunite missing children with their families.

Read: Corsight Launches Global Operations With Advanced Facial Recognition Solutions

Corsight Launches Global Operations With Advanced Facial Recognition Solutions

Leading the new venture are industry veterans Gadi Piran, Mulli Diamant and Yoav Millet, founders and executive members previously from VMS provider OnSSI.

Read: Coronavirus Pandemic Punishes Biometric Shipments, Surge Seen in Facial Recognition, ABI Says

Coronavirus Pandemic Punishes Biometric Shipments, Surge Seen in Facial Recognition, ABI Says

Contact biometric technologies like fingerprint and vein have been dealt a substantial blow due to new governmental regulations, ABI says.

Read: Proxy Acquires Motiv to Bring Digital Identity Signals to Wearables

Proxy Acquires Motiv to Bring Digital Identity Signals to Wearables

Motiv’s smart ring features miniaturized circuits that biometrically authenticate users and connect the rings with devices around them.

Read: Biometric Provider iProov Expands Its Presence to the U.S. Market

Biometric Provider iProov Expands Its Presence to the U.S. Market

The London-based maker of the patented Flashmark face authentication technology has opened U.S. operations and installed its executive team.

Read: Border Control Biometrics Revenues to Reach $3.5B by 2025: ABI Research

Border Control Biometrics Revenues to Reach $3.5B by 2025: ABI Research

Camera shipment revenues for border control are forecast to reach $1.9 billion by 2025 due to adoption of video analytics and machine vision technologies.

Read: Activist Groups Want Facial Recognition Banned on College Campuses

Activist Groups Want Facial Recognition Banned on College Campuses

Fight for the Future and Students for Sensible Drug Policy contend facial recognition poses a threat to students’ basic liberties and academic freedom.

Read: United States Is 4th Worst Country When It Comes to Securing Biometric Data

United States Is 4th Worst Country When It Comes to Securing Biometric Data

A new report ranks 50 countries based on where they are taking biometrics, what they’re being taken for and how they’re being stored.

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