Milford, CT (PRWEB) April 2, 2005
The latest biometric industry news is now available in the April 2005 issue of Biometric Watch. This free sample of Biometric Watch is sponsored by the Identity Summit Middle East Biometrics Forum, scheduled for June 5-7 2005 in Dubai. Biometric Watch is a media supporter for this event.
In our April issue:
- BWÂs lead story this month covers face recognition coming to a cell phone or PDA near you.
- WeÂve got the goods on a new portable hi-speed USB 2.0 biometrically secured flash memory storage drive.
- Contactless palm vein pattern recognition took CeBIT by storm last month. BW has the details, graphics, technology potential and a little history to boot.
- BW has the latest on a combination keyboard, document scanner, smart card reader and fingerprint scanner to grace your desktop. Now if it only made your coffee or tea in the morning.
- BW has been covering a steadily increasing number of robots with biometric capabilities. This month we have two for the kids.
- A successful cutting edge US human services ID system once again finds itself on the legislative chopping block despite its success. BW puts together an abridged history lesson that show why these systems are so valuable.
- Biometrics in Print will keep you up to date with what the worldÂs print media is saying about biometrics this month with links to stories from the US, UK, and Japan.
- BW has the latest new product announcements and industry news this month on facial recognition, fingerprint recognition, iris recognition, hand geometry, vein recognition and signature recognition.
BW has the latest news and reports in our regular feature sections covering Biometrics in Financial Services, Biometrics in Passports, Visa, National IDÂs and Immigration, Biometrics and Identity Theft, Biometrics & Smartcards, Biometrics and Air Transport, Biometrics & Privacy, as well as Biometrics - People News. BWÂs Bizarre Biometrics always has the strange. This month is no exception.
The latest from Biometric Watch is now only a mouse click away in the April 2005 issue of the Biometric Watch newsletter! WeÂve got articles and links to major news articles that give you the big picture on whatÂs going on this month in the global world of biometrics. BW also contains the latest listing of conference and training venues all packed into this timely and informative 42 page issue. So, enjoy this free sample!
At Biometric Watch we are now starting our third year of publication with subscribers in every corner of the globe. If you are interested in keeping pace with all the global advancements in the fascinating world of biometric technology, reading about new products, new applications and keeping up to date on both successes and challenges in the industry, Biometric Watch is your number one independent industry news source.
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If it's making news in biometrics anywhere in the world, users, potential users, investors and developers will read about first it in our latest issue.
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