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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.

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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.

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Source: biometricupdate.com

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

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

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