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  • 1.
      • What is
      • Biometric devices ?
      • By:-
      • Mahesh
  • 2. INTRODUCTION
      • The term “biometrics” derived from Greek words “bio”(life) and “metrics” (to messure) refers to very different fields of study and application.
      • The first, which is the older and is used in biological studies, is the collection, synthesis, analysis and management of data in biology.
      • Biometrics referrence to biological sciences, or biostatistics, has been studied since the early twentieth century.
  • 3. History
    • Biometrics is not a new idea, we are using this techniques from a long time.
    • One of the oldest and most basic example of a characteristics that is used for recognition by human face. Since the beginning of civilization, human used the face to identify known and unknown individual.
  • 4. How Biometrics Work
    • Biometric technology must first gather information into a computer database, for example, a database of fingerprints.
    • The computer will compare the fingerprints in the database to any new sample and recognize when there is a match.
    • The matches can be used for both identification or verification purposes.
  • 5. Current Biometric Technologies
  • 6.
    • Fingerprint Recognition :-
    • Fingerprint biometrics use the information found in the pattern of ridges in skin.
  • 7.
    • Palm Print Recognition :-
    • Palm print recognition is very similar to fingerprint recognition, both use the information found in the pattern of ridges in the skin.
  • 8.
    • Face Recognition :-
    • This is the identification of the individual by the unique pattern in the face.
  • 9.
    • Iris Recognition :-
    • This is the identification of the individual by unique pattern in the iris.
  • 10. Thankyou...