• Biometric Commerce

    ZKAccess Launches Plug-and-Play Biometric Door Lock

    ZKAccess has unveiled a new biometric door lock. Called the ML10, the device uses embedded fingerprint recognition technology and is designed for easy plug-and-play deployment. Each ML10 door lock can be programmed to recognize up to 40 distinct users, who can be registered and de-authorized easily. The device is powered by four AA batteries and uses an…

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  • CyLab Honored for Long-Distance Iris Scanner
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  • NEXT Biometrics Receives 34,000-Sensor Order
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    • Biometric Commerce

      News Roundup: Balancing Convenience and Security

      This past week at FindBiometrics we continued Physical Access Month with an exclusive webinar event: “Balancing Convenience and Security in Biometric Access Control”. Meanwhile, in the industry news section, controversy made the headlines as did plenty of encouraging news regarding the biometric markets. Here are the top stories of the past week: Physical Access Month…

  • News Roundup: Biometrics at ISC West 2015
  • Physical Access Month: The Mobility Effect
  • News Roundup: Preparing For ISC West
  • Physical Access Month: Four Major Modalities
  • News Roundup: Featuring Physical Access
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    • Biometric Commerce

      Interview: Tore Etholm-Idsøe, CEO, NEXT Biometrics

      Interview with Tore Etholm-Idsøe, CEO, NEXT Biometrics Recently, NEXT Biometrics initiated a study from the University Carlos III of Madrid examining the correlation between fingerprint sensor size and accuracy. The results showed a positive correlation between the two factors: a larger sensor increases the quality of fingerprint identification. FindBiometrics President Peter O’Neill had a chance…

  • Interview: MorphoTrak’s Gary Jones
  • Interview: SRI International’s Mark Clifton
  • Interview with HID Global’s Paul Butler
  • Interview: NEC Corporation of America’s Raffie Beroukhim
  • Interview: Duane Blackburn Co-Chair, GIS Planning Committee
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    • Biometric Commerce

      EMV Chip Card Technology Leaves the Job Undone

      The following is a guest editorial written by Michael Boukadakis, the founder and CEO of Enacomm, a leading provider of intelligent customer interactions technology. Once upon a time, any enterprising hotwiring thief on the street could drive off with a new sports car with some quick handiwork – car keys did not always contain chips that…

  • Your Next Generation Mobile Identity
  • I Heart Authentication
  • The Future of Payments Will Be Magical
  • Pop Cultural Identity Management: Terminator 2: Judgement Day (Revisited)
  • Guest Blog: David Johnston on I Origins and Iris Biometrics
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    • Biometric Commerce

      Webinar: Balancing Convenience and Security in Biometric Access Control

      This exclusive webinar is designed to provide you with everything you need to know about the crucial need to balance security and convenience when deploying biometric access control. Biometric technology is playing an increasingly important role in the global access control market, which is on track to reach $10.4 billion by 2020. Driven by a…

  • Webinar: Voice Biometrics in a Multi-Modal Future
  • An IBIA Special Webinar Presentation – Privacy and the Commercial Use of Biometrics
  • The Global Automated Border Control Market: Forecasts & Analysis 2014 – 2018, Part 2
  • The Global Automated Border Control Market: Forecasts & Analysis
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  • Smart Cards
  • Vein Recognition
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  • Fingerprint & Biometric Locks
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  • Healthcare Biometrics
  • Consumer/Residential Biometrics
  • Border Control/Airports
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