BCS 262Mod5IA1 - Flesh-And-Blood Biometrics The online...

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Flesh-And-Blood Biometrics The online article “Flesh-And-Blood Biometrics” deals with how biometrics has evolved to where it may finally begin to meet consumer expectations. Biometrics has long been a discussion for entry to secured areas, whether an entry to a house, car or to somewhere possibly more secure like a vault or restricted area of a business. The article delves into the depths of the biometric world and how it is evolving in the industry as well as the players that are involved with these systems. The article shows the differences between a few of the biometric types of scanners that are available in the industry and will hopefully become more popular as time goes by. The three main types of biometric scanners that the article discusses are fingerprint, hand topology and venous palm. Fingerprint biometric scanners have been around the longest and are becoming more noticeable in the industry as time has gone on. One of the areas fingerprint scanners have issues with is the concept that a finger could be scarred, cut, disfigured or, in an extreme circumstance, even severed by a
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course BUS 101 taught by Professor Noname during the Spring '11 term at Albany State University.

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BCS 262Mod5IA1 - Flesh-And-Blood Biometrics The online...

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