Personal Identification Technologies - Homeland Security TOE

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This issue of Homeland Security TOE covers developments in personal identification technologies. Innovations profiled include:A wearable biometric personal identification solution by BiowatchAn automatic facial recognition system by Eurotech SpAA wearable electrocardiogram (ECG)-based biometric authentication system by NymiA cloud-based multifactor authentication solution by AuthentifyAn ultrathin fingerprint sensor for biometric authentication by VKANSEE TechnologyAn Ultrasound fingerprint identification technology by SonavationA flexible fingerprint sensing solution by ISORG and FlexEnableA biometric patient identification solution by RightPatientThe Homeland Security TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) capt

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Personal Identification Technologies - Homeland Security TOEInnovations in Personal Identification TechnologiesBioWatch Offers a Unified Personal Identification Solution for Multiple ApplicationsSekuFACE Enables Seamless Passive Identification Using More Than 86 Facial MeasurementsWearable Electrocardiogram (ECG)-based Biometric Authentication SystemCloud-based Multifactor Authentication SolutionUltrathin Fingerprint Sensor for Biometric AuthenticationUltrasound Fingerprint Identification TechnologyFlexible Fingerprint Sensing SolutionBiometric Patient IdentificationStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsKey PatentsIndustry Contacts




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