Thermal imaging to enter biometric identification technique

Thermal imaging is said to soon be incorporated into the biometric process of human identification. A team of Scientists and Researchers at Jadaypu University in Kolkota, India explains how unique the vein pattern of the human face works as an aid in identification.


The new biometric system which will be based on an infrared scan will analyze even the minutest blood vessels with an accuracy of 97 percent.




Unlike in many fingerprint and palm scanners, this system apparently will rather be a non-contact as infrared sensor will be used.


Filed under: News | Posted on July 24th, 2013 by Evelyn Dzekpedzi

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