Long waiting times in hospitals plague healthcare systems worldwide in terms of efficiency and steal patients’ valuable time which can result in frustration for both medical staff and patients.
Biometrics is an evolving technology that is being integrated more and more each day into our lives in various forms (see post 5 Types of Biometric Identification Methods). What used to just be for law enforcement or official use, is now being implemented in various services and environments to unlock efficiency and safety within our societies.
The reliability barrier in biometric authentication has been overcome with 67% of current users worldwide comfortable using biometric authentication solutions and 87% believing that they will be ready for this as time goes by.
MIT Technology Review recently published an article about how refugees are recovering their lost identity after running away from their homeland.
You’re not alone if you’ve begun to get frustrated with the amount of long, complex passwords that everyday life now requires. From checking your email to checking your bank account balance, passwords are everywhere. However, the end of passwords may be near with these five types of biometric identification methods.
Biometric recognition systems can be applied to a wide variety of products and services requiring safety, access control, presence control and identification or verification of users.
Driver Monitoring Systems (DMS) were included in the Euro NCAP roadmap up to 2025, “In pursuit of vision zero”, published in September 2017. This document can be downloaded by clicking here.