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Biometrics, chips coming to Qld driver licenses

Biometrics, chips coming to Qld driver licenses

Queensland transport workers first to trial new smartcards.
May 12 2010 12:59PM
Gold Coast Airport deploys SmartGate

Gold Coast Airport deploys SmartGate

Biometric identification system deployed.
Apr 8 2010 11:12AM
Biometric visa checks to cost $69 million

Biometric visa checks to cost $69 million

Targeted at terrorist hotspots.
Feb 23 2010 3:33PM
Biometrics becoming the norm for Aussie banking

Biometrics becoming the norm for Aussie banking

Log into online banking at the blink of an eye.
Nov 30 2009 10:17PM
Homeland Security to scan fingerprints of travellers exiting the US

Homeland Security to scan fingerprints of travellers exiting the US

The US Department of Homeland Security is set to kickstart a controversial new pilot to scan the fingerprints of travellers departing the United States.
May 29 2009 5:53AM
NSW spends $1.5m to link prison biometric security systems

NSW spends $1.5m to link prison biometric security systems

The New South Wales Department of Corrective Services is looking to integrate the fingerprint and iris detection systems used across several of its 34 prisons.
May 28 2009 7:43PM
Australia shares very little biometric data

Australia shares very little biometric data

Australia is not playing its part in international efforts to share biometric data in the fight against crime and terror, according to experts speaking at the Biometrics Institute conference held in Sydney today.
May 28 2009 2:49PM
Centrelink boosts self-service with voice biometrics

Centrelink boosts self-service with voice biometrics

Centrelink customers will be able to authenticate access to welfare services via the unique properties of their voice after a biometric voice system officially went into production today.
May 26 2009 4:23PM
Researchers study ears for unbeatable biometrics

Researchers study ears for unbeatable biometrics

The UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has announced it is funding a major new study into the possibilities of using the human ear as a biometric security system.
Apr 16 2009 2:02PM
Hitachi seeks to grow vein-scanning operation

Hitachi seeks to grow vein-scanning operation

Hitachi Australia is unfazed by slow local uptake and the emergence of a competitor as it seeks to further roll out vein-scanning technology in the competitive field of biometric security.
Feb 27 2009 10:54AM
Low-res laptop cams contribute to facial recognition hack

Low-res laptop cams contribute to facial recognition hack

Webcam image resolution and compression are likely contributors to weaknesses in laptop facial recognition systems exposed by Vietnamese researchers at the Black Hat conference, according to a Hitachi Australia product specialist.
Feb 23 2009 3:38PM
Low-res laptop cams contribute to facial recognition hack

Low-res laptop cams contribute to facial recognition hack

Webcam image resolution and compression are likely contributors to weaknesses in laptop facial recognition systems exposed by Vietnamese researchers at the Black Hat conference, according to a Hitachi Australia product specialist.
Feb 23 2009 3:33PM
Sony ID system scans finger veins

Sony ID system scans finger veins

Sony has developed a user identification technology that scans veins in the finger to allow access to mobile devices and personal computers.
Feb 4 2009 6:48AM
EU approves biometric passports

EU approves biometric passports

The European Union has given the green light to biometric passports.
Jan 16 2009 11:20AM
Human understanding drives speech recognition research

Human understanding drives speech recognition research

Speech recognition systems are increasingly about understanding natural language and predicting probable reasons for a call, presenting challenges for researchers in the space, according to VeCommerce.
Nov 24 2008 2:28PM
'Spoken tokens' touted as ultimate security

'Spoken tokens' touted as ultimate security

An Australian market for biometric voice authentication is taking shape from early adopters in the banking, government and service industries.
Sep 19 2008 3:20PM
'Spoken tokens' touted as ultimate security

'Spoken tokens' touted as ultimate security

An Australian market for biometric voice authentication is taking shape from early adopters in the banking, government and service industries.
Sep 19 2008 3:17PM
Eyeball reflexes to improve biometric authentication

Eyeball reflexes to improve biometric authentication

Researchers are developing a new approach to user authentication that cannot be spoofed, even with the most sophisticated contact lenses or surgery.
Sep 9 2008 5:09PM
Manchester airport eyes up biometric security

Manchester airport eyes up biometric security

Manchester Airport is to implement the UK's first iris biometric control portal to regulate staff access.
Jan 23 2008 3:26PM
Biometric ID cards planned for non-EU residents

Biometric ID cards planned for non-EU residents

Standard ID card for non-EU residents is planned for all member states
Nov 20 2007 9:41AM

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