Identification Flats

17/03/09

There is a revolutionary change occurring in the way fingerprint biometrics are applied as a result of several strong market drivers that have been in progress for several years and are now reaching critical mass. The result will be the rapid, global spread of the use of ten flat fingerprints, or “identification flats” (ID flats) for several security-related applications requiring biometric identification of civilians.

This paper from Aware, Inc, explores the issues, in particular the issue of quality control and best practice when capturing fingerprints.

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Aware explores the issue of quality control and best practice when capturing fingerprints
Aware explores the issue of quality control and best practice when capturing fingerprints

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