Fingerprint Biometrics Dominates This Week’s Top Stories

Fingerprint Biometrics Dominates This Week's Top Stories

This week’s roundup of FindBiometrics’ top stories finds another diverse lineup in terms of topics. But there is one modality that pops up among this week’s most popular articles more than any other – fingerprint biometrics.

Three of this week’s top five revolve around fingerprint scanning. IDEX got some time in the spotlight with a blog post explaining the benefits of large-size fingerprint sensors, while Precise Biometrics announced a new licensing deal for its fingerprint algorithm software; and outside of the world of consumer-facing fingerprint scanning, there was also the news that an Illinois-based firm would perform biometric background checks for employees of a major particle accelerator lab:

IDEX Biometrics Explains Why Size Matters with Fingerprint Sensors

Asian Sensor Supplier Licenses Precise Biometrics Algorithm Software

Accurate Biometrics to Provide Biometric Background Checks for Particle Physics Lab

Fingerprint scanning is also an important feature of the device detailed in another of FindBiometrics’ top five articles for this week – Laxton Group’s Chameleon D:

Laxton Unveils New Multimodal Biometrics Solution Ahead of SDW 2019

Our fifth entry, however, has nothing to do with fingerprint biometrics, focusing instead on a much more recent biometric modality that is on a sharp upward trajectory in the market:

Behavioral Biometrics will Drive ID Verification as AI Improves: Frost & Sullivan

Stay posted to FindBiometrics next week as we continue to bring you the latest news and interviews from the exciting world of biometrics. To see the hottest stories of the week in mobile digital identity, visit our sibling site Mobile ID World.