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Based on more than 10 years of data collection, a new Opus Research report analyzes over 150 voice biometrics deployments serving 70 million protected users; information is organized by geographic
The population health screening tool: statwatch. Carmel, Indiana (PRWEB) November 18, 2014 Telamon Corporation, a service-based organization that simplifies
Alliance Establishes Strong Value Proposition for MorphoTrust to Reach Beyond Government; Provides EyeLock Reach to Support Rapidly Growing Enterprise-Level Customer Requirements for Biometrics
App powered by OS New Horizon first ever to use unique 3D in-air movement signature to protect against smartphone theft & block access to private data NEVE ILAN, Israel, Nov.
Program will provide fingerprint scanners at no-cost to first responders and free 30-day access to MedicAlert® services for community members who want their health information immediately
WVU’s cutting edge research in biometric technology adds voice to enrich their biometric curriculum. New York, New York (PRWEB) November 13, 2014
New forensic DNA collection technology can help solve more crime Richmond, CA (PRWEB) November 12, 2014 Serological Research Institute (SERI) announced
DTRA and DLA join a long list of military and government agencies upgrading to a new advanced control system to resolve problems inherent in legacy electronic locker systems.
Mexico bakery chain eliminates employee fraud, ensures payroll integrity PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla., Nov.
Biometrics is a journal published by the International Biometric Society. It was originally published under the title Biometrics Bulletin when established in 1945. It dropped the Bulletin from its name in 1947. RA Fisher, a notable contributor to the journal, was honored with a memorial edition published in 1964. The journal publishes articles on the application of statistics and mathematics to biological sciences. It has received a ranking of fifth overall of 40 statistics journals,...
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