Milford, CT (PRWEB) March 6, 2006
The latest biometric industry news is now available in the March 2006 issue of Biometric Watch.
In our March issue:
- Anil Jain, a University Distinguished Professor of computer science and engineering at Michigan State University, says the wizardry world of identifying people by unique physical characteristics - fingerprints, the landscape of the iris, the digitized appearance and structure of their faces – is filled with promise. But science still has work to do to deliver technology that meets the demands brought by threats of terrorism and identity theft.
- Dave Friant examines an efficient authentication solution for high volume transaction environments in his article, “We Know Your Type: Keystroke Dynamics – The Internet Solution”
- A new biometric made a debut at the RSA conference in San Jose last month. It utilizes an electro bio-signature. BW has the story.
- Nanotechnology is the focus of a research project that just may develop the next generation of fingerprint enhancement techniques.
- Biometrics in Print will keep you up to date with what the world’s mainstream media is saying about biometrics this month. We have links to stories from BBC News, Wired News, National Geographic, China Daily, vnunet.com, Silicon.com and USA Today.
- BW has the latest new product announcements and industry news this month on facial, fingerprint, iris, hand, signature, vein and voice authentication.
BW has the latest news and reports in our regular feature sections covering Biometrics & Financial Services, Biometrics & Passports, Biometrics & Healthcare, Biometrics & Smartcards, Biometric Patent news as well as Biometrics & Air Transport. Bizarre Biometrics is all about celebrity and funny faces this month.
In our regular Biometrics - People News section, find out why BW found the following industry luminaries newsworthy this month: Robert Blau, David Carey, Lois Gibson, Drew Hyatt, Terrence Sim, Debora Theall, Bill Townsend, Mark Upson, and Elizabeth Yata.
At Biometric Watch we are well into 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, make Biometric Watch your number one independent industry news source.
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