Biometrics is already a reality and it is becoming more and more accepted by users.
One of the settings in which new developments are being implemented using this technology is airports.
For the first time in the history of the Olympic Games, a facial recognition system will be responsible for ensuring the safety of attendees. It will be at the 2020 Games, which will be held in Tokyo, the capital of Japan.
A concern within the majority of classroom settings has always been making the best use of time available. However, the efficient usage of time isn’t always possible with young children, teenagers or even in university settings.
Biometrics solves the eternal concern about the ability to irrefutably prove identity using what makes you different.
Driver monitoring systems market keeps growing due to the increasing demand of safety systems by drivers, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of over 10% during the period 2017-2021.
As commented in an earlier post, biometrics is a way to control employee access to their workplace. Are you one of those that always forgets their work keycard? Soon this won’t be necessary and your fingerprint or even your face will be enough.
Mobile biometrics is becoming one of the fastest growing business niches in the history of technology (see post From Airports to Baseball, The Future of Biometrics).
Biometrics is becoming more and more common in our daily lives (see “From airports to baseball. The future of Biometrics”). An example of this is the use of different types of biometrics in sports.