What are Behavioral Biometrics? Humans are creatures of habit. The way we walk, the way we type, how we move our cursors around on a website’s login or checkout page, […]
What are fingerprint readers? Fingerprints are practically synonymous with identity. The unique ridges and whorls on the tips of your finger have been distinguishing one person from another since 1788 […]
What is biometric software? Biometric identification, verification, and authentication relies not only on the proper sensors used to capture biological data, it also requires the algorithms and software to store, […]
What are biometric sensors? In order to capture images of the unique biological traits used to identify, verify, and authenticate via biometric technology, specialized hardware is often required. Biometric sensors are […]
Like all biometrics solutions, face recognition technology measures and matches the unique characteristics for the purposes of identification or authentication. Often leveraging a digital or connected camera, facial recognition software can detect faces in images, quantify their features, and then match them against stored templates in a database.
Face scanning biometric tech is incredibly versatile and this is reflected in its wide range of potential applications. Learn more by clicking through to our Facial Recognition Showcase Page.
What are biometric hand and finger scanners? Many identity applications demand more than just a single fingerprint. Law enforcement booking, criminal background checks, national ID enrollment, border control—these and other […]
What is iris recognition? Iris scanning biometrics measure the unique patterns in the colored circle of your eye to verify and authenticate your identity. Contactless, fast and renowned for its […]
What are multimodal biometrics solutions? When a given solution offers more than one biometric scanning option, it is referred to as multimodal. With such a broad definition, the term multimodal […]
What are Physiological Biometrics? Physiological biometrics technology measures the unique pattern of a user’s automatic bodily functions for purposes of identification, authentication, and analysis. Heartbeat, brain activity, perspiration, respiration, eye-reactions […]
What are biometric smart cards? Smart cards, as their name implies, are plastic cards with integrated circuits that allow them to contain important, rich data. The most common of these […]