biometric device

biometric device

[‚bī·ō¦me·trik di¦vīs]
(computer science)
A device that identifies persons seeking access to a computing system by determining their physical characteristics through fingerprints, voice recognition, retina patterns, pictures, weight, or other means.

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The law enforcement agencies also used biometric device for the identification on the residents and arrested eight suspects who failed to provide any identification document.
The law enforcement agencies also used biometric device for the identification of the residents and arrested six suspects who failed to provide any identification document.
Ensuring financial inclusion of all segments of the population, the newly-launched Aadhaar Pay is an alternative for a password for PIN-based transactions and works on any Android-based phone with an attached biometric device.
Tenders are invited for Supply and installation of Biometric Devices namely (i) Biometric device with Wi-Fi, GPRS, LAN and other networking support (ii) Biometric device software (Time Attendance Software), (iii) Cloud Software support for biometric attendance over 2000 Students for Bio Metric Attendance at Engineering College, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati.
Morpho's single fingerprint scanners have successfully passed the tests under the STQC's Biometric Device Certification Scheme, designed to facilitate availability of quality assessed biometric devices to identity verification agencies.
2 billion, the choice of biometric device that captures best quality images is critical for long-term accuracy
A biometric device installed at each door works not only as a reader but also as an intelligent controller on its own.
When a biometric device gives a false positive that allows an incorrect reading, it is called a false acceptance.
Whatever type of physical characteristic a biometric device evaluates, when a user interacts with the device, the device captures an image, converts that image into as many as 100 points of data, and stores the resulting bits and bytes on a 9-kilobyte file that gets stored in a database.
NexWatch of Oak Creek, Wisconsin, has introduced the latest release of the Pro-Watch security management software suite, which includes expanded digital video integration, biometric device integration, Windows 2003 Server compatibility, and 128-bit data encryption when used with the PW-5000 Series Intelligent Controllers.
SecuGen's Hamster III USB Fingerprint Scanner is the First Biometric Device to Receive Microsoft 'Designed for Microsoft Windows Server 2003' logo
BLACK ENTERPRISE found a product that combines a hardware biometric device with PIN security: ActivCard's Trinity (www.

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