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Dr Richard Guest from EDA discusses the potential for finger vibrations to act as next-generation biometrics

Published: 02/11/2017

Dr Richard Guest, Reader in Biometric Systems Engineering & Deputy Head at the School of Engineering and Digital Arts discusses the potential for finger vibrations to act as next-generation biometrics as engineers create a remarkably low-cost security access system that can verify users from finger vibrations alone. This means any solid surface could be used to gain access to anything from your home or car to appliances. The full article can be viewed here.

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Last Updated: 30/08/2017