Posted On: November 5, 2015/
Categorized In: Biometric News & Updates/
Written By: Starlink
In the pursuit of turning the Star Link blog into a one-stop biometric-news destination for you, we have been covering all major stories on biometric technology from India and around the world. If you haven’t, visit the archives and read our blog post on fingerprint attendance systems being introduced in Odisha to keep a strict check on employees taking unauthorised leaves. Or, have a look at the one that reports Alaska Airline using fingerprints instead of government issued IDs and boarding passes. Today, we sum up some of the freshest stories in the field of biometrics for you.
American multinational computer technology company, Dell is going to use fingerprint sensors by Next Biometrics in the 2016 range of its notebooks and tablets.
The worldwide biometrics market, at 7 billion dollars in 2014 is estimated to reach 44.2 billion dollars by the year 2021. Implementation of biometric technology in security systems is driving the market like never before. India, Russia and Mexico form the major portion of this market.
Japanese multinational IT equipment and services company, Fujitsu Limited’s research and development division, Fujitsu Laboratories has developed a technology that converts biometric data into a cryptographic key for encryption and decryption use.
Biometric identity management solutions-provider Crossmatch has showcased its product for law enforcement agencies. Their Android-based application, Mobile ID is designed for the authentication of one’s identity.