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  • ScannerEach year, Americans waste enough paper to build a 12-foot wall of paper from New York to California.  One way to reduce the amount of paper used in a business is to switch from antiquated paper and pen time and attendance techniques to biometric based desktop time and attendance software. Another way you can use biometrics to help the environment is by switching from plastic membership cards to a biometric check in system.
  • Biometrics technology

    1. 1. Biometrics Technology
    2. 2. Content:              What is Biometric? Importance of Biometric History of Biometric Physical Characterstics Fingerprint Identification Face Recognition Signature Identification Iris Identification Veins Recognition Behavioural Characterstics Voice Recognition Applications of Biometrics Pros and Cons
    3. 3. three main types of authentication available today are: • something you know, like a password, PIN, or code. • something you have, like a swipe card, smart card etc. • something you are, which is biometrics.
    4. 4. What is a biometric? Biometrics • Is the term given to the use of biological traits OR behavioral characteristics to identify an individual.
    5. 5. The Biometric importance  The security is needed in every place.  Eliminate the existing problems, Like those which can be taken, stolen, borrowed or even forgotten.
    6. 6. The Biometric importance (Cont.)  Improves convenience, security, and privacy.  The first and most critical link in the security chain.
    7. 7. Biometrics History  The term "biometrics" is derived from the Greek words bio which means (life) and metric means (to measure).
    8. 8. Biometrics History (Cont.)  the first known example of biometrics in practice was a form of finger printing being used in China in the 14th century.
    9. 9. Biometrics History (Cont.)  In the 1890s, 'Bertillonage', created a method of bodily measurement with the criminals who repeated the crimes with different names and looks.
    10. 10. Biometrics History (Cont.)  After this, finger printing, which was developed by Richard Edward Henry of Scotland Yard.
    11. 11. Physical Characteristics
    12. 12. Fingerprint Recognition:  Fingerprint Recognition is the identification by using patterns of friction ridges and valleys on an individual's fingertips which are unique to that individual.
    13. 13. Fingerprints being scanned
    14. 14. Latent detection
    15. 15. Fingerprint Recognition steps: Database
    16. 16. Face Recognition:  Face recognition is scanning a persons face and matching it with a library of known faces.
    17. 17. Face recognition process: Input face image Extraction of face image Extraction of face features Positive Database negative
    18. 18. Signature Identification:  Signature identification: is the analyses of the way a user signs his or her name.
    19. 19. Signature Verification Process (Cont.) •the angle at which the pen is held, •the number of times the pen is lifted, •the time it takes to write the entire signature, the pressure exerted by the person while signing, Biometric trait
    20. 20. Signature Verification Process Profile Database
    21. 21. Iris Identification:  The iris is the colored ring of textured tissue that surrounds the pupil of the eye.
    22. 22. Iris Identification Steps: Input of face image Detection of eye regions Put iris in focus Recognition of iris pattern accept reject Database
    23. 23. Veins Recognition:  Venial Recognition: A system for Identification using a person’s unique vein patterns. Veins as a biometrics tool involve the measurement of the blood vessels on the back of your hand.
    24. 24. Vein Recognition System: Input of palm picture The output picture Generate veins structure match Not match Database
    25. 25. Behavioral Characteristics
    26. 26. Voice Recognition:  Voice Recognition: is the Identification using the acoustic features of speech that have been found to differ between individuals.
    27. 27. Voice Identification System Construct voice reference template Database
    28. 28. Applications of Biometric
    29. 29. Applications of Biometric  • Access control : Disney World (fingerprint scanner).
    30. 30. Applications of Biometric (Cont.)  • Time and attendance management Hospitals
    31. 31. Other Applications  Airports: •  • Airport (iris recognition) ATMs: (face recognition)
    32. 32. Other Applications (Cont.) • Fujitsu has developed a mouse that can verify a person's identity by recognizing his pattern of blood veins.
    33. 33. Advantages of biometrics 1. Uniqueness 2. Time security 3. Reduce Fraud 4. No Forgotten Password 5. Accuracy 6. Accountability
    34. 34. Disadvantages of Biometrics 1. costly. 2. Facial imaging can also hinder accurate identifications. 3. Missing body part problem.
    35. 35. Disadvantages of Biometrics (Cont.) 4. False acceptances and rejections. 5. The amount of comfort. The scanning of eye is fearful. 6. 7. The nervousness that people feel about the scanners identification.
    36. 36. Future Aspect
    37. 37. Conclusion
    38. 38. 1) 2) 3) How are biometrics collected? What if identical twins use a biometric device? Using biometric technology can help save the environment?
    39. 39.  a) b) c) What is an advantage of using Biometrics? Biological signatures are unique Criminals are afraid of biometrics It is very inexpensive and easy to use