Recent Examples of biometric from the Web
Pruitt had the doors to his third-floor office suite closed and installed biometric locks.
The image from the face scan is compared to a Department of Homeland Security biometric database that has passport images of people who should be on the flight in order to verify the traveler's identity.
The court is also poised to hear cases involving searches of digital devices at the U.S. border, surveillance from drones and security cameras, and collection of biometric data, experts said.
Media will observe this afternoon as Customs and Border Protection officers processes arriving passengers with biometric technology.
The Americans confirmed their identities using fingerprints and other biometric measurements.
Apple is said to be looking into including a heart-rate monitor and other biometric sensors with future AirPods as well.
Another device, a biometric scanner, in conjunction with an RFID scanner, would be used to identify and then unlock the medical data stored on the wearable device.
The face scan is taken and cross-referenced with the Department of Homeland Security’s biometric database to corroborate passengers’ identities, according to the Associated Press.
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medical Definition of biometric
- the biometric analysis of infant mortality
- biometric identification
- Retina scanners are not the only example of biometric technology, which uses machines to identify people by their physical characteristics …
- —Discover, February 1990
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