Nov. 20, 2023, 8:21 p.m. | Chris Burt

Biometric Update

The performance of software and smartphone cameras for contactless fingerprint capture is promising enough to look towards a possible launch of the technology for police in the field by 2026, attendees heard during the latest EAB (European Association for Biometrics) member lunch talk.

“Findings from pseudo law enforcement operational trials using smartphone contactless fingerprint capture technologies for search use-cases” was presented by Emily Cartledge and Guy Harris of Dstl (the UK government’s Defence Science and Technology Laboratory) and Tony Alexander …

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