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Iris identification

Iris identification

The photographing of one’s iris is undoubtedly the least intrusive technique in the examination of the eye’s biometric characteristics.

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Retina recognition

Retina recognition

This method is similar to the previous one, but uses different biometric characteristics for identification. It applies a slightly stronger infrared light to illuminate the retina. The image is recorded with a high resolution camera, then saved and processed. In the process, the user must focus on a single point, and the head must come to complete still.

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Hand vein identification

Hand vein identification

Hand vein identification is a relatively new method. It utilises the phenomenon that different types of tissues reflect light with different intensity. When taking a sample, the hand is illuminated with infrared light, and because blood absorbs more light than other tissues of the hand, a picture of the vein system can be drawn.

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Hand geometry identification

Hand geometry identification

Hand geometry identification is based on measuring the physical characteristics of the hand and fingers. As one of the most widespread method, this technique is not only fast and accurate, but also easy to use. It also works well with LARGE databases, and it’s user friendliness makes it more comfortable for those who use it less often, and are inexperienced in its proper use

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Voice recognition

Voice recognition

A potentially challenging technology – it is evident that a big portion of our communication is based on voice in our everyday lives.

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DNA identification

DNA identification

This one is considered the the most reliable method. It is widely used in certain situations like criminal investigation, paternity testing. All human cells contain DNA. Most commonly blood or saliva is used for testing, but it works with hair, nail and other tissues as well.

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Facial recognition

Facial recognition

This technique is very challenging, and will be even more so in the future, even though we encountered systems with terribly low efficiency. Examples worth mentioning as deterrents, are systems with above 70% false rejection rate. Nowadays facial recognition systems are developing in two main directions.

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Face heatmapping

Face heatmapping

A remarkably accurate and reliable method is examining the heat map of the face. The thermogram is produced by a heat camera and analyzed by a sample identifying algorithm, which checks the relative heat differences.

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Fingerprint identification

Fingerprint identification

First of all we have to differentiate between definitions:
Finger traces are remains left by the human finger on objects after touching them. In most cases this image is incomplete, and blurry.
Fingerprints are made by rolling the fingertip on the surface, gaining a full and good quality image of the finger. This is mostly used by the police. 

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Signature identification

Signature identification

The biggest advantage of this method is that it is automatically accepted by most users, since it Is a common practice to use signatures for identification or authentication purposes all over the world, and they are not averse from their signatures being checked with biometric appliances.

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