Fingerprint technology – Aspect SDM Sat, 21 May 2022 03:35:12 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Fingerprint technology – Aspect SDM 32 32 Where have the Facebook and Instagram filters gone? Why you might not be able to access it – NBC Chicago Sat, 21 May 2022 03:35:12 +0000

Having trouble accessing augmented reality effects like filters and avatars on Instagram and Facebook? There’s a reason for that, at least if you’re in Illinois and Texas.

Meta, the parent company of both social networks, has disabled some augmented reality features on Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, Messenger Kids and Portal due to privacy and facial recognition laws in both states.

Although Meta says its AR filters aren’t considered facial recognition under either state’s laws, the company chose to remove some features.

“…Nevertheless, we are taking this action to prevent frivolous and distracting litigation under the laws of these two states based on a misinterpretation of how our features work,” Meta said in a statement, in part. . “We remain committed to delivering augmented reality experiences that people love and that a diverse roster of creators use to grow their businesses, without unnecessary friction or confusion.”

So why are only Illinois and Texas included?

An unusual law, passed in 2008 in Illinois, says companies aren’t allowed to collect, store or disclose “biometric data,” which includes things like facial scans or fingerprints, without permission. first give notice and obtain personal consent. A lawsuit was filed against Facebook in 2015, alleging that the company violated that law, Illinois’ biometric information privacy law, by collecting and storing biometric data — physical characteristics — of users without their consent through features such as facial recognition technology.

The three companies behind the lawsuits said the social network never told users that its photo tagging system used facial recognition technology to analyze photos and create and store “face templates”.

Facebook agreed to pay $650 million to end the litigation, with the money to be shared among Facebook users in Illinois who filed claims within a certain time frame, less costs and $97.5 million in attorney’s fees. Direct deposits and checks in the amount of $397 began hitting bank accounts this week as part of the payment.

Facebook changed its technology in 2019, replacing the tool with a broader facial recognition setting, which was disabled by default. The website announced that it would shut down its recognition software entirely in 2021.

Facebook denies breaking the law.

Illinois has generally been considered one of the most aggressive places in the world when it comes to technology regulations. Other states, including Texas and Washington, have biometric privacy laws, but none allow consumers to sue — what’s called a private right of action. That leaves enforcement to government attorneys, like when the Texas attorney general sued Facebook this year over facial recognition software.

Contactless Biometrics Market Growing at a CAGR of 15.1% | Key Player Aware, Fingerprint Cards AB, Fujitsu, HID Global, IDEMIA Wed, 18 May 2022 14:53:42 +0000

“Aware (US), Fingerprint Cards AB (Sweden), Fujitsu (Japan), HID Global (US), IDEMIA (France), M2SYS Technology (China), NEC Corporation (Japan), nVIAsoft (US ), Touchless Biometric Systems (Switzerland), Thales (France), Veridium (UK), BioConnect (Canada), Innovatrics (Slovakia), Cognitec Systems (Germany), DERMALOG Identification Systems (Germany).

Contactless Biometrics Market By Offer (Multimodal Biometric Solution, Hardware, Software, Services), Software (Facial Recognition, Iris Recognition), Application, Vertical & Region – Global Forecast to 2027

The contactless biometrics market size is expected to grow from USD 19.7 billion in 2022 to USD 39.8 billion by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 15.1% during the period forecast. Major driving factors contributing to the high growth rate of the contactless biometrics market include increased usage of contactless biometrics technology post-pandemic due to security concerns, government initiatives that support the adoption of contactless biometrics solutions contact and increasing safety and hygiene issues among users due to touch systems.

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By offering, the services segment to register the highest growth rate during the forecast period

Offer-based, contactless biometrics services have seen increasing demand in recent years. Contactless biometric services provide biometric integration and authentication capabilities, and eliminate the costs associated with database, network, and storage components. Contactless biometrics services include professional services and managed services. Professional services are further classified into training and consultancy services, feasibility assessment services, analysis and consultancy services. Managed services are expected to grow at a higher rate as they offer organizations reduced effort, time, money, and risk. His request is motivated by the increase in the number of users and the government’s data security initiatives. Additionally, the growing use of mobile devices and growing demand for robust fraud detection and prevention systems are also helping the market.

Based on the application area, the criminal identification and forensics segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period

Contactless biometric solutions are very useful in criminal investigations. Forensic biometrics uses fingerprints, palm prints, hand vasculature, hand shape, face, DNA, face, voice, iris, etc. In February 2022, the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) in Canada adopted NEC Corporation’s NeoFace Reveal facial recognition solution to identify suspects. in investigations using CCTV images and photos. The software will help police forces with their databases that include criminal photos previously charged with heinous crimes. Additionally, the software enables the detection of false information about detainees through facial recognition capabilities.

Some of the key and innovative vendors in the contactless biometrics market include Aware (US), Fingerprint Cards AB (Sweden), Fujitsu (Japan), HID Global (US), IDEMIA (France), M2SYS Technology ( China), NEC Corporation (Japan), nVIAsoft (USA), Touchless Biometric Systems (Switzerland), Thales (France), Veridium (UK), BioConnect (Canada), Innovatrics (Slovakia), Cognitec Systems (Germany) , DERMALOG Identification Systems (Germany), SecuGen (USA), Neurotechnology (Lithuania), Shufti Pro (UK), Fidentity (Switzerland), Daon (USA), NVISO (Switzerland), Noldus (Netherlands ), Blue Biometrics (Australia), True Face (USA), Veridos (Germany) and ID R&D (USA).

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These players have adopted various growth strategies, such as partnerships, agreements and collaborations, new product launches and product enhancements, and acquisitions to expand their presence in the contactless biometrics market. Partnerships, agreements and collaborations, new product launches were the strategies most adopted by the major players from 2019 to 2022 to innovate their offers and expand their customer base.

Aware is a global provider of biometric software, services and solutions. The Company operates through two main segments: Imaging and Biometrics. The company offers products and solutions for authentication processes based on fingerprint, face and iris recognition, among other technologies. Aware offers its products for border management, law enforcement, defense, intelligence, citizen identification, banking and payments. The company also provides field-proven interoperable biometric capabilities to capture, verify, compress and decompress biometric images. Its contactless biometric products include Knomi and Aware ABIS. Aware offers the Knomi mobile biometric authentication platform that can be configured for various contactless applications. Knomi provides face and voice recognition, passive liveness detection, flexible options based on devices, servers and browsers. Aware has a large customer base all over the world. It targets more than 100 business leaders and 80 government agencies.

Fingerprint Cards AB has been providing secure and convenient identification and authentication solutions for two decades. It manufactures different sensors that use different techniques such as touch technology, Swipe technology and area for fingerprint recognition. Fingerprint Cards AB uses various technologies such as biometric sensors, processors, modules, software and algorithms. These technologies are used separately and in combination with each other to serve mobile and enterprise security, payments, and even smart homes. Fingerprints Cards AB offers the Touchless 2.0 platform, which uses a combination of iris and face recognition technology to offer solutions for mainstream consumer devices. Automotive, IoT and access applications, advanced iris and face recognition software are combined with simple, inexpensive and easy to integrate hardware to perform fast and reliable contactless recognition for use in smartphones. With more than 200 employees, Fingerprint Cards AB caters to a large customer base all over the world. It plans to expand its presence into new regions and set up regional offices in China and Switzerland. A new distribution hub will also be set up in Singapore.

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how biometrics can help the ECB deliver a secure digital euro Mon, 16 May 2022 17:16:20 +0000

By Vince Graziani, CEO, IDEX Biometrics

Interest and acceptance of cryptocurrencies and digital currencies are growing, with national media, financial institutions, and even government circles discussing how to adopt cryptocurrency technology. China launched e-CNY in 2021, and the British parliament recently launched a All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) to discuss the role digital assets will play in the UK, where already three million adults are known to own cryptocurrency. The European Central Bank (ECB) has also started exploring the future of crypto, commissioning a project to study the potential of a digital euro.

A two-year investigation, ending in October 2023, is taking place to determine the feasibility of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) for Europe. It conducts a detailed exploration of what a digital euro might look like, how it might be designed and distributed to markets, retailers and the public, and what legislation is needed.

Focus groups for the ECB survey show that consumers want the digital euro to be as flexible as the cash euro and to be functional across the eurozone, as well as online. Instant, easy and contactless payments are also high on the list of wanted features, following the decline in cash purchases seen during the pandemic. Research Participants are considering a “one stop solution”: they have a vision for a single device that will reduce the need for multiple cards, mobile phones and computers, and also provide access to a range of payment options.

How can a digital euro guarantee security?

Although there is a demand for a convenient digital currency, the commission and the public also have security concerns regarding cryptocurrencies. Hackers have impacted the industry since its inception. Regulation is also minimal, unlike conventional financial institutions, and there is little recourse if something goes wrong.

the second largest crypto hack in history, with over $600 million in Ethereum currency recently hit gaming-focused blockchain platform Ronin Network. Initial investigations show the hack went unnoticed for a week, and it is believed the hacker accessed the funds via hacked private keys.

This 2022 hack is even bigger than the legendary one Mt. Gox Cryptocurrency Exchange Hack which led to the company’s bankruptcy and serious demands for regulation from the industry. While regulation is underway, it is still in its infancy. This month, Fabio Panetta, a member of the ECB’s executive board, called the digital currency rush “the new Wild West.”

Although CBDCs are different cryptocurrencies, governments will need to ensure funds are secure and regulated when developing a national digital currency. It is also important that the public have access to digital currency education to ensure that a new national CBDC will be universally welcomed by the public. The issue of security needs to be resolved to give people the confidence to use this purely digital currency alongside their conventional fiat funds.

Besides, virtually all European countries have an aging population. Seniors and other less financially savvy demographics sometimes struggle to embrace new technologies. The digital euro, like any other central bank digital currency, should be inclusive, easy to use, and secure.

Biometrics is inclusive and easy to use

Biometric technology can be leveraged to support these prerequisites. Used in conjunction with “cold wallet” crypto storage (in simple terms, it is external, non-internet-connected currency storage), biometric sensor technology can provide high levels of privacy and security by linking the card to the owner via his fingerprint. Biometric fingerprint sensors have long been used in smartphones and are now used in payment cards by banks – including BNP Paribas and Sweden Seesawalso for crypto companies. Therefore, the technology is in place to provide the same levels of security for a digital currency.

A CBDC wallet, via a biometric smart card, could act like a bank account with built-in security, giving millions of previously unbanked or underbanked people instant access to finance and digital services.

The need for privacy

In particular, the ECB consultation highlighted that privacy was seen as the most important feature of a digital euro, both by citizens and professionals. Considering previous data leaks in the cryptocurrency space, this is understandable. But it could also prevent the public from realizing the full potential of a digital payment solution.

The committee found that faced with a specific choice between a privacy-focused offline digital euro or an online euro with innovative features and additional services, respondents will generally opt for a privacy-focused offline solution. This points to a clear need for a stronger, privacy-focused CBDC solution and education to help consumers get the most out of the digital euro.

When enrolling in a biometric wallet, the owner’s fingerprint image is immediately transformed into an abstract biometric template. This is then matched and stored in the secure element of the EMV chip. The owner’s biometric data never leaves the wallet and cannot be subject to a data breach.

A digital currency future

There is no doubt that digital currencies will be in our future. In this rapidly changing environment, where regulation is finally starting to catch up, the introduction of a digital CBDC euro could be faster than we think.

Fortunately, proven biometric technology is now available to turn this major transition to digital currency into a secure, inclusive and user-friendly process. The public’s vision of a “single payment solution” may soon be realized by the ECB. The findings of the 2023 survey could help definitively tame the “Wild West” of payments.

Weekly Gadgets: Optoma D2 4K Laser TV, Sony 4K TV and more Sat, 14 May 2022 23:52:01 +0000

Tech companies such as Optoma, Sony, Samsung, Google Portronics, and Ambrane, among others, launched this week (May 9-15) a new range of smartphones, smart TVs, AI-powered washing machines, headphones, smart watches and more.

DH’s weekly Gadgets edition lists the latest top personal tech products to keep you up to date with everything happening in the world of consumer electronics.

Optoma 4K Laser Projector TV Series D2
It is equipped with a wide-angle lens which promises to deliver clear and bright images to enhance the viewing experience. The device is easy to set up and supports high-brightness 4K (3840 x 2160p) video, and screen sizes can be adjusted from 85 inches to 120 inches on the wall.

It promises enhanced gaming and a great home theater viewing experience. It features up to 3000lm brightness, dual 10W speakers and stable brightness output, 1,800,000:1 dynamic contrast picture by picture, HDR 10/HLG compatibility provides good viewing experience.

Optoma 4K laser projector TV series D2. 1 credit

It promises efficiency to maintain constant brightness, superior color performance, instant on/off and long life of up to 30,000 hours (Eco mode). As part of the home entertainment range, these projectors sync with 3D display in all its forms.

Additionally, the new projectors are equipped with an enhanced Audio Return Channel to provide deeper audio detail that enhances the home theater experience. The D2 series is available in white and black and costs Rs 3.2 lakh.

Sony BRAVIA 32W830K
It comes with an HDR image processor, improving contrast, detail and color. The TV can reproduce more natural and engaging clarity in TV shows, movies and games in highly detailed HDR. It can handle a variety of HDR formats, including HDR10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma to create contrast not seen on any conventional TV in its class.

It also features X-Reality PRO to ensure the TV delivers good picture quality for most content played on the TV by sharpening images and reducing noise, ensuring improved picture detail.

It houses a 20 watt speaker tuned with Dolby Audio and the Clear Phase feature. Clear Phase technology ensures clearer and more natural sound to complement picture quality providing an immersive experience while enjoying content on the new BRAVIA 32W830K. This technology helps the TV analyze and compensate for inaccuracies in speaker response by “sampling” the speaker frequency with greater precision. This information is then used to produce pure, natural sound with smooth, even reproduction of all frequencies.

Sony BRAVIA 32W830K. Credit: Sony India

It comes with X-Protection PRO, which ensures the TV is protected against dust and moisture-induced component wear, but they also pass the highest standards of Sony’s lightning tests, which means that your TV is protected against lightning strikes and power surges. It costs Rs 28,990.

Samsung’s 2022 lineup of AI-enabled and connected EcoBubble washing machines
The new washing machines come with advanced features such as artificial intelligence (AI) washing, air wash technology and the Super Speed ​​cycle.

The AI ​​Wash uses sensors to detect the weight and soil level of laundry, and optimizes the amount of water, detergent and rinse time, using machine learning.

The unique Air Wash technology deodorizes and sanitizes clothes without washing them with water. It is able to remove 99.9% of bacteria and unpleasant odors using only heated air which makes your clothes look like they have been freshly dry cleaned.

Plus, the Super Speed ​​cycle dramatically cuts laundry time by shortening the rinse time using Speed ​​Spray and boosting the spin speed to spin clothes quickly.

Samsung claims the new AI EcoBubble series is India’s first washing machine capable of learning user behavior and suggesting the most preferred wash cycle, providing ease of use by eliminating the need to juggle multiple options .

This range of Internet of Things (IoT)-enabled smart washing machines can be connected to Samsung smart devices such as Galaxy smartphones, Samsung smart TVs and Family Hub refrigerators, as well as voice devices such as Alexa and Google Home to provide users with a seamless connection. life experience.

Samsung AI Ecobubble washing machine. Credit: Samsung India

With the Laundry Planner, users can schedule when their laundry should end while Laundry Recipe gives automatic recommendations for optimal wash cycles based on information such as color, fabric type and soil level provided by the user, eliminating the need to guess which cycle is better.

There is also an exit mode that helps delay the end time and prevents clothes from sitting in the washer too long. Additionally, HomeCare Wizard proactively alerts users to potential issues and provides quick troubleshooting.

The Samsung AI EcoBubble series is available in several variants – 7kg, 8kg and 9kg capacity and the company is offering up to 25% off to consumers between May 10 and June 10 with EMI plans starting at 990 per month.

Realme Refrigerators
Realme offers nine categorized under Single Door and Double Door. The models promise to deliver exceptional cooling efficiency and faster cooling with the copper capillaries taking freezing temperatures down to -23 degrees Celsius.

The Cooling Adjustment Knob ensures optimal cooling in any season by allowing external temperature-based monitoring and control, resulting in maximum energy savings.

One- and two-door refrigerators from Realme. Credit: Realme India

The new range also offers stabilizerless operations which are designed and tested to operate under electrical voltage fluctuations in the 160 to 260 volt range.

Realme’s new one-door fridges are available in 195 liters and 215 liters with 2 and 3 star variants in floral designs, with prices starting at Rs 12,490.

And the double door fridges are available in capacities of 260 litres, 280 litres, 308 liters and 338 liters in premium Black Uniglass finish, with prices starting at Rs 23,490.

Porttronics Genesis Headset

It has a sturdy and adjustable metal and polycarbonate frame. For a comfortable fit for long hours for gamers, Porttronics has ensured head cushions and memory foam earpads for added comfort and stress-free gaming.

It features two large, professionally tuned 40mm drivers that deliver distortion-free audio with flawless positioning accuracy, which is extremely beneficial for FPS games.

Porttronics Genesis headset. Credit: Portronics

The adjustable omnidirectional microphone can pick up the slightest whisper but intelligently suppress surrounding chaos. The 6ft braided nylon cable is built to last and withstand frequent pulling and stretching. The cable also features an in-line controller for volume and microphone switching. It is available in three colors – black, gray and red – for Rs 1,099.

Ambrane Wise Eon connected watch
It features a 1.69-inch LucidDisplay with a bright 450 nits screen with traditional cube design language and supports over 100 cloud-based watch faces. It features skin-friendly straps that are easily adjusted to fit any wrist. Also, it comes with an IP68 rating, which means it can survive underwater for nearly 1.5 meters (about five feet) for nearly 30 minutes.

It also comes with sensors to track SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation), heart rate, blood pressure, sleep, monitor calories burned, and offer respiratory training and other health functions in addition to 60 sports modes.

Ambrane Wise Eon connected watch. 1 credit

Moreover, it comes with three built-in games along with multiple productivity features such as alarm, stopwatch, remote camera, music player and much more. It costs Rs 1,999.

Lite X Urban Base
It sports a 1.6-inch square display and is enclosed in a premium hybrid casing made of aluminum and polycarbonate.

The wearable is extremely light and thin and comes with skin-friendly, sweat-resistant silicone straps with five color options: Jet Black, Crimson Red, Silver Blue, Silver Green, and Silver Rose.

Inbase Urban Lite X. Credit: Inbase

It is powered by Realtek chipset with Bluetooth V5.0 which provides superior connectivity over a longer range while providing efficient power management to ensure longer battery life. When paired with the smartphone, users can see notifications and calls, and can also be used to control the camera, volume, and more.

It also comes with health sensors to track SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation) level, blood pressure, heart rate, steps, and sleep. It also offers sedentary alerts to ensure that the user is performing the required activity at work. A guided breathing mode also helps to reduce the user’s stress level. It costs Rs 2,299.

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Google Pixel 6a
After months of speculation, Google has launched the highly anticipated Pixel 6a, a mid-range smartphone.

It sports a 6.1-inch Full HD+ (2400 x 1080p) HDR OLED display and is protected by the Corning Gorilla Glass 3 shield, and comes with an IP67 rating.

It also has an in-display fingerprint sensor and supports a dual-SIM hybrid feature – a physical nano-SIM and an e-SIM.

The new Pixel 6a series. Credit: Google

The new Pixel 6a features Google Tensor silicon, the 848 MHz Mali-G78 MP20 GPU, and the Titan M2 security chip. It’s backed by 6GB of LPDDR5 RAM, 128GB (UFS 3.1) of storage and a 4,306mAh battery with an 18W charger.

The new Pixel 6a runs Android 12 software and it will be one of the first to receive Android 13 later this year. Google has promised to offer five years of security software support until 2027.

Google Pixel 6a has a feature-rich dual camera – 12.2 MP (with IMX363 sensor, f/1.7, OIS: Optical Image Stabilization) + 107-degree 12 MP ultra-wide angle (with IMX386 sensor, f/2.2, PDAF: Phase detection autofocus) with rear LED flash. On the front, it houses an 8MP 84-degree ultra-wide lens (with IMX355 sensor, f/2.0).

It costs $449 and will be available in select markets at the end of July and will be released in India later this year.

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BOE showcases cutting-edge technologies in six areas at SID Display Week 2022 Fri, 13 May 2022 02:33:00 +0000

SAN JOSE, CA., May 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — About May 10SID Display Week 2022, a leading event in the display industry, opened in San Jose, United States. The Society for Information Display (SID) also celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. At the in-person exhibition, BOE, a global leader in the display industry, unveiled a plethora of technologies and products under its ADS Pro, f-OLED and α-MLED technology brands and showcased the applications cutting-edge metaverse, glasses-free 3D and smart cabin. These pioneering exhibits showcased a technological extravaganza, setting the trend for the display industry striving to make screens “ubiquitous”.

ADS-Pro: delivering a seamless experience with ultra-high refresh rates

As BOE’s exclusive high-end LCD technology solution, ADS Pro offers a set of advantages such as ultra-high refresh rates, optimal effects of all viewing angels and a super hard touch screen. During SID Display Week 2022, BOE showcased a lineup of products with ultra-high refresh rates, which fully reflect its leadership in display technology.

BOE 4K The TV display with an unparalleled refresh rate of 576 Hz was particularly eye-catching. Armed with BOE’s exclusive display and frequency-doubling technologies, it features an ultra-high contrast ratio of 3,000:1, greatly improving the granularity and smoothness of images. The laptop screen with the world’s highest refresh rate over 500Hz adopts BOE’s advanced oxide TFT technology and fast-response LCD technology to achieve a 1ms response time, providing a smudge-free and ultra-smooth experience. At the BOE booth, visitors could experience ultra-high refresh rate display products such as 288Hz 8K 500 Hz TVs and monitors, both the highest in the world. These products presented a stunning visual experience thanks to BOE’s high-end LCD technology.

f-OLED: unlock the unlimited possibilities of flexible displays

f-OLED is BOE’s unique high-end flexible OLED technology solution. It takes a variety of all-new forms like full-screen display, foldable display and roll-up display and integrates several features such as under-display fingerprint recognition, under-display camera and biometrics, opening a whole new view of flexible displays.

In the f-OLED exhibition area, BOE displayed the world’s largest 95-inch 8K OLED display. Backed by state-of-the-art oxide TFT technology and white OLED vapor deposition process, the display enables pixel-level light control and ultimate HDR picture quality, demonstrating the technology leadership of the company in the field of large OLEDs. BOE’s 17.3-inch foldable OLED display, the world’s first and largest of its kind, attracted a large number of visitors to the exhibition. The display features 100% DCI-P3 color gamut and ultra-thin bezels and was exclusively supplied to ASUS. The world’s first NFC wearable device features a 1.57-inch OLED display that supports smart card data reading and simulation. Currently, BOE has partnered with a cohort of leading brands in smartwatches, smartbands, and other wearables. In addition, BOE has taken the initiative to launch a range of flexible displays in various forms, such as the transparent flexible OLED display with curved surfaces and touch control function, the display that folds up to 360 degrees, the tri-fold screen that folds into a Z-shape, sliding screen, wristband phone screen and car screen. These products offer a whole new futuristic experience.

α-MLED: allowing for a full range of scenarios

α-MLED is BOE’s active matrix chip-on-glass LED solution. It can provide exquisite and ultimate image quality, giving users an immersive experience in various scenarios.

At the exhibition, BOE introduced the world’s first Mini LED product which has been put into mass production. The 86 inch 4K The active-matrix backlit MLED display based on glass substrates delivers peak brightness of 1,500 nits and precise light control with over 2,000 zones. So far, the display has been applied to Skyworth’s range of high-end TVs. The world’s first 0.9mm active-matrix MLED based on a glass substrate offers a peak brightness of 1,000 nits and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. Thanks to the active matrix addressing technique, it has ultra-low flicker and is therefore easy on the eyes. In recent years, BOE has continued to innovate and expand the application of MLEDs. It has established cooperation with various industry leaders in terms of TV panels, commercial display, laptop panels, e-sports display, Mini LED backlight virtual reality, etc.

Metaverse, 3D without glasses and smart cabin: embrace an immersive and interactive future

While constantly pushing the boundaries of display effects, BOE has ventured into new territory by diversifying display features and forms and bringing them to a wider range of scenarios to deliver immersive and interactive experiences.

Over the past two years, the metaverse has grown in popularity and become a very promising application area. Meanwhile, VR and AR are widely accepted as the main interface for the metaverse. During SID Display Week 2022, BOE set up a dedicated metaverse exhibition area where it showcased a variety of stunning VR/AR display products. BOE’s dynamic frame rate (DFR) head-mounted display (HMD) VR, the first of its kind in the industry, can adaptively adjust the frame rate, so that the screen is much smoother. The 1500 PPI HMD VR is armed with a high-efficiency HD optical system with a wide field of view and supports dual pupil distance and diopter adjustment, greatly optimizing visual effects and bringing a whole new experience. Immersive VR. As a pioneer in VR/AR display, BOE has invested 27 billion RMB to build next-generation silicon-based consumer LCD and OLED production lines. So far, BOE has established cooperation with 119 key customers around the world, and its products have been used in a legion of VR/AR devices launched by well-known Chinese and foreign brands, helping them explore the applications innovations of the metaverse.

During SID Display Week 2022, BOE showcased a range of innovative applications enhanced by futuristic technologies, providing visitors with a visually stunning and highly immersive experience. Biggest in the world 8K The glasses-free 3D display adopts state-of-the-art Quantum Dot (QD) backlight technology, with an NTSC color gamut of up to 104%. Thanks to the cylindrical lens arrays, it provides a superior visual experience from wide viewing angles and multiple vantage points, and achieves a 3D pop-out effect up to 1.6 meters, which should reach 3-6 meters in the future. In a nutshell, the device brings viewers an intriguing and unique experience by virtually transporting them to the location. In the futuristic BOE Smart Cabin Experience Zone, the dashboard not only offers glasses-free 3D effects, but also features tactile feedback that enables touchless interactivity. The on-board intelligent photosensitive multi-display can automatically adjust the brightness according to ambient light, providing an even smarter driving experience. As for the disruptive Quantum Dot (QD) display technology, BOE launched the world’s first 55-inch 8K AMQLED display, which marks a major step towards mass production and application of AMQLED technology.

With the emergence of cutting-edge display technologies and innovative use cases that are further diversified, the digital transformation and intelligent transformation brought about by next-generation information technologies are driving displays into every corner of the world. people’s lives, ushering in the era where “screens are ubiquitous”. “In the future, BOE will stick to the “Internet of Displays” strategy, strive to bring feature-rich displays in various forms to a wider range of scenarios, and enhance countless IoT scenarios with innovative technologies, creating a smarter and more convenient future.

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Military Biometrics Market Including Top Key Players 3M Cogent Inc., Crossmatch, M2SYS Technology – SMU Daily Mustang Tue, 10 May 2022 19:00:37 +0000

JCMR has recently announced a Military Biometrics Market Study that covers an all-encompassing in-depth study including additional study on the market situation impacted by COVID-19 in the global Military Biometrics Market. The research article titled Global Military Biometrics Market provides valuable strategic analysis and assessments including generic market trends, upcoming and innovative Military Biometrics technologies, Military Biometrics industry drivers, military biometrics challenges, military biometrics regulatory policies driving this universal military biometrics market, and profile and strategies of major military biometrics players. The Military Biometrics Research Study provides forecasts for military biometrics investments through 2030.


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Market analysis by companies: – 3M Cogent Inc., Crossmatch, M2SYS Technology, NEC Corporation, Safran Identity and Security, Aware Inc., BIO-Key International Inc., Fulcrum Biometrics LLC, HID Global Corporation

Military Biometrics Market Segment by Various Types and Applications would be as follows:-

Market segment by Type, the product can be split into
– Fingerprint recognition
– Facial recognition
– Iris recognition

Market segment by Application, split into
– Military
– Civil

Geographically, this Military Biometrics report is segmented into several key regions along with their respective countries, with Military Biometrics production, Military Biometrics consumption, Revenue (Million USD), Market Share and Rate growth of military biometrics in these regions, from 2013 to 2029. (forecast), covering

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There are following 15 Chapters to display the global Military Biometrics market.

1 Military Biometrics Market Overview
1.1 Introduction to Global Military Biometrics
1.2 Military Biometrics Market Analysis by Types
1.3 Military Biometrics Market Analysis by Applications
1.4 Military Biometrics Market Analysis by Regions
1.5 Military Biometrics Market Dynamics
1.5.1 Military Biometrics Market Opportunities
1.5.2 Military Biometrics Market Risk
1.5.3 Military Biometrics Market Driving Force

2 profiles of military biometrics manufacturers
2.1.1 Overview of Military Biometrics Business
2.1.2 Global Military Biometrics Market Type and Applications
2.1.3 Military Biometrics Sales, Price, Revenue, Gross Margin and Market Share and SWOT Analysis (2021-2022)

3 Global Military Biometrics Market Competition, by Manufacturer
4 Global Military Biometrics Market Analysis by Regions Including Their Countries
5 military biometric regions

6 types of military biometric products

7 types of military biometric applications

8 key players – 3M Cogent Inc., Crossmatch, M2SYS Technology, NEC Corporation, Safran Identity and Security, Aware Inc., BIO-Key International Inc., Fulcrum Biometrics LLC, HID Global Corporation
10 segments of the global military biometrics market
11 Global Military Biometrics Market Segment by Applications
12 COVID-19 Impacted Global Military Biometrics Market Forecast (2022-2030)
13 Sales Channel, Distributors, Traders and Dealers of Military Biometrics
14 Military Biometrics Research Findings and Conclusion
15 Appendix

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Leaked Motorola Razr 3 images reveal improved camera and squarer design Sun, 08 May 2022 19:35:54 +0000

A pair of images leaked by reliable leaker Evan Blass (via 91Mobiles) gives us a first look at what appears to be a test model of the third-generation Motorola Razr. The device, codenamed Maven, notably houses two improved cameras on its back: a 50MP f/1.8 main sensor and a 13MP sensor for macro and ultra-wide shots.

In the image of the device fully closed, you’ll notice that it appears to have lost its “chin,” or the lip that extended outward in previous iterations of the device. It appears to fold in on itself to form a square shape when closed, a departure from both modern remakes of the device and its original design.

Image: Evan Blass via 91Mobiles

Blass also notes that the fingerprint sensor has been moved to the power button, which is likely on the side of the device. Motorola previously placed the fingerprint sensor on the chin of the 2019 Razr, then moved it to the back of the device for the upgraded 5G Razr it released in 2020. Both slots don’t weren’t exactly ideal – The edgeDieter Bohn’s former editor described its placement on the back of the device as a “hard to reach place” and said putting it on his chin required him to open the phone twice hands.

Blass says the Razr 3 comes with a foldable FHD+ interior display and a punch-hole 32MP selfie camera. (You can see the image of the device’s interior screen at 91Mobiles.) Motorola is rumored to release a standard version of the device with a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 system-on-chip (SoC), as well as a “Plus” variant, presumably with an improved, but as yet unknown, chip. As for storage, it is supposed to come with up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 512 GB of internal storage.

With its squarer design and dual-camera sensors, it looks like Motorola is gearing up to compete with Samsung’s foldable flagship: the Galaxy Z Flip 3. Razr’s first two reboots weren’t exactly the most impressive — the 2019’s device came with a $1,499 price tag and several flaws, like a lumpy screen, squeaky hinge, and subpar camera. Motorola’s second iteration wasn’t much better, and the addition of 5G still didn’t justify its $1,399 price tag.

According to an announcement from a Lenovo executive in December (Lenovo bought the mobile brand in 2014), the third generation Razr is expected to launch in China in July or August. There’s no word on a release date outside of China, though. The edge contacted Motorola with a request for comment, but did not immediately respond.

iQOO Neo 6 SE featured with powerful hardware at an affordable price, coming to India? Sat, 07 May 2022 07:27:48 +0000


iQOO Neo 6 SE has been officially launched in the brand’s Chinese market. The company’s latest Neo series smartphone has arrived with an attractive design, high screen refresh rate, massive touch sampling rate and 80W fast charging technology. The iQOO Neo 6 SE has almost non-existent bezels, a punch-hole design and an in-display fingerprint sensor.

iQOO Neo 6 SE presented with powerful hardware at an affordable price

iQOO Neo 6 SE Features, Specifications

The iQOO Neo 6 SE sports a 6.62-inch screen with Full HD+ resolution, AMOLED panel, 20:9 aspect ratio, HDR10+ support and 120Hz refresh rate. , the smartphone has a massive 360 ​​Hz touch sampling rate to attract gamers. The bezels on all sides of the screen are very minimal and there is a hole in the middle of the screen towards the top to house the selfie snapper.

Under the hood, there’s the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 7nm octa-core processor, which is accompanied by up to 12GB of RAM. In terms of memory, the device comes in 128GB and 256GB storage variants. In the software department, users will get OriginOS Ocean based on Android 12. For security, there is a fingerprint sensor under the screen of the new iQOO smartphone.

iQOO Neo 6 SE presented with powerful hardware at an affordable price

As for the camera features, the iQOO Neo 6 SE has a 64 MP main camera with the Samsung GW1P sensor, which has an aperture of f/1.89 and is aided by a flash LEDs and OIS. There’s also a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle lens, which has an f/2.2 aperture. These cameras are accompanied by a 2M B&W sensor. For selfies, there’s a 16MP shooter with an aperture of f/2.0.

In the connectivity department, the iQOO Neo 6 SE offers 5G SA/NSA, dual 4G VoLTE, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2, A-GPS, NFC and the USB Type-C port. The phone is powered by a powerful 4700mAh battery, which supports 80W super-fast flash charging. The dual-cell battery of the device is capable of charging 30% in just five minutes.

iQOO Neo 6 SE presented with powerful hardware at an affordable price

iQOO Neo 6 SE Price, Availability

The base variant of the iQOO Neo 6 SE with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage is priced at around Rs. 23,000. The 8GB/256GB and 12GB/256GB models of the phone are offered for approx. Rs. 26,500 and Rs. 28,800, respectively. The new iQOO handset will go on sale in China from May 11.

As of now, it is unclear whether iQOO plans to launch the Neo 6 SE in the Indian market. Recently, the company launched the iQOO Z6 5G in the country at a starting price of Rs. 15,499 for the base model.

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]]> 5 Reasons Faces Are Superior Access Control Credentials Wed, 04 May 2022 20:09:31 +0000

Security professionals know that the best approach for the highest level of identity confirmation is to use multi-factor authentication consisting of something someone has – like an access card, something someone knows – like a pin code, and something someone is – like a fingerprint. The combination of these methods provides a level of assurance ideally suited for situations involving national security, nuclear weapons and other important matters.

But this approach is overkill for most access control systems. The vast majority of access control systems are used for everyday purposes in business offices, factories, campuses and housing, and similar places. These facilities all require reliable, high-accuracy identity confirmation while controlling costs and processing users quickly and efficiently.

So the question is, what is the best credential to use for fast and accurate access control identity authentication? The answer: facial recognition.

Facial recognition as a credential is the ideal solution for organizations looking to deploy the latest, most accurate and fastest technology while simultaneously improving the user experience in most access control applications. .

From unlocking cell phones to identifying fugitive criminals, facial recognition technology continues to be the technology of choice in a variety of use cases that require the highest level of personal identification and authentication. It is therefore not surprising that facial recognition is widely adopted as the superior form of access control credential. Faces as access control credentials provide many benefits that ID badges, passwords, proximity cards, mobile devices, and other biometrics simply cannot.

Here are 5 reasons why facial recognition is the right choice for access control identity verification:

1. Facial recognition can integrate with all access control systems

Every access control system (ACS) requires a mechanism to evaluate access requests and determine if the requestor is authorized to access the controlled resource. In the past, keypads and access card readers were the most common way for a user to request access. Since facial recognition systems can provide the same type of authorization signals to an access control system as these older methods, they can integrate with every ACS.

Facial recognition systems transform any person’s face into an identifier. Faces can be used either as a standalone access solution, or they can be combined with other credentials for added security as a source of multi-factor authentication.

2. Faces are frictionless and contactless

When a person’s face is their ID, you don’t have to touch anything to access it. No keyboards to type in PINs, no fingerprint readers to touch, and no phones or pocket IDs to scan. Users simply glance at a reader and, with the appropriate permissions, the door is unlocked. This reduction in touch surfaces reduces the potential spread of germs and harmful bacteria, thereby promoting a safe and healthy workplace.

As mentioned above, facial recognition integrates seamlessly with existing access control systems, so organizations can replace their access control touchpoints without having to tear down and replace an entire system. . Implementing a contactless access process also allows employees and visitors to a facility to move around, since people no longer stop to find their physical credentials or enter their PIN codes. In this way, facial recognition provides a frictionless access experience that limits close contact and promotes social distancing, while improving operational efficiency by reducing wait times at entry points.

3. Face recognition is accurate and fast

Today’s most advanced facial recognition technologies use powerful computing technologies to deliver precise recognition accuracy faster than ever. Maintaining a high percentage of correct recognitions across a range of viewing conditions is essential for access control applications, so only facial recognition systems that use the latest AI and processing technologies provide the most reliable and accurate solutions.

Fast processing also supports a fast registration process, whether when registering new users or using an existing database, and provides a better user experience.

For example, Intel’s ANN algorithms, which today are leveraged by some facial recognition platforms, also enable extremely fast processing.

4. Faces cannot be lost, forgotten or stolen

Unlike physical access control credentials, a user cannot forget their face at home, drop their face in the parking lot, or lend their face to someone else. A user’s face is always with them and with nothing to take away, there is nothing to lose, forget or steal. Replacing lost or solemn credentials such as badges or key fobs is expensive, not to mention the administrative hassle. Organizations that rely solely on facial recognition as an access control credential eliminate the manual tasks associated with printing, issuing, and re-issuing physical credentials.

Lost or stolen credentials also present a significant security risk. Organizations looking to enforce a zero-trust environment can struggle to do so when physical access credentials are easily lost, stolen, and shared, often without the knowledge of the owner. The loss of physical credentials due to theft or negligence places an undue burden on security administrators who must interrupt their workday to restrict access to the lost credential and then issue a new one. identification. These issues are entirely eliminated when facial recognition is the sole source of truth for an access control system.

5. Facial recognition is highly secure

Some low-quality facial recognition systems, and those that use outdated technology, can be tricked by hackers or bad actors who hold an authorized user’s image or video in front of the camera in an attempt to gain access. However, most facial recognition vendors today incorporate anti-spoofing features designed to detect and thwart such attempts.

Additionally, facial recognition as an access control identifier only works if a user consents to be enrolled in the system, i.e. if users “opt in” to the service and are never used for general surveillance. Such consent should eliminate potential privacy issues, but some companies take extra steps to ensure the privacy of personal data. The most advanced systems do not capture or store any actual image of an individual’s face, further ensuring privacy. Some systems also use encryption as an additional layer of security to protect against unauthorized system and database access. All personal user data is still encrypted in transit and at rest.

Compared to other traditional credentials such as physical access cards, PIN codes and mobile credentials, facial recognition clearly stands out when it comes to facilitating a zero trust environment. . Modern facial recognition systems provide highly accurate, secure, and frictionless facial recognition capabilities to access new and existing screening systems while maintaining individual privacy. Organizations looking to deploy facial recognition as a credential can expect increased operational efficiency, reduced administrative tasks, and a streamlined access process that will ensure security while improving user experience.

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Aluisio Figueiredo is the CEO of Intelligent Security Systems.

Credence ID selects the Elyctis ID contactless and contact card reader for its new ECO-Identifier™ identification terminal Tue, 03 May 2022 04:05:37 +0000

Elyctis and CredenceID

Alexandre Joly, CEO of Elyctis, says: “We are proud to have been selected by Credence ID after their extensive benchmarking process. Credence ID holds a strong position in the government identification market with its long history of providing outstanding biometric identification and document reading solutions.

Credence ID, a global leader in mobile identification, biometrics and ID reading technology, launches ECO-Identifier™, its new biometric identification and ID reading platform, which now includes the Elyctis ID reader Reader 021 – contact and non-contact OEM series.

During the product design phase, Credence ID compared various solutions to include contact and contactless ID reading functions as an important feature of its ECO-Identifier™ terminal. As the terminal reads identity documents, the integrated reader was essential to provide fast, reliable and secure reading functions for all types of contact and contactless identity documents.

During the benchmarking phase, it became apparent that many standard NFC readers were unable to read all potential ID documents. Since many common readers are not dedicated to identification, they do not support all protocols used in government identity systems. Standing out from the crowd, the Elyctis ID Reader 021 – OEM series is dedicated to the ID document reading market and has been developed, with its antenna, by the ID document experts at Elyctis. As such, it is uniquely able to provide performance, reliability, user-friendliness and interoperability in reading all types of identity documents in contactless and contact mode. Additionally, the Elyctis ID reader and its SDK support all protocols used in government ID environments, including BAC, EAC, PACE, passive and active authentication.

Credence ID ECO-Identifier™ is a biometric identification terminal dedicated to secure identification for government and commercial identification projects. In addition to the Elyctis reader, it includes a FAP20 500 DPI fingerprint reader, a 5 MP camera with LED, a 4G modem, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and GPS, all running on an operating system Secure Android 11 (Google GMS Approved). The ECO-Identifier™ has already been selected for large-scale identification projects, and tens of thousands of devices are currently deployed with customers around the world.

Terminal delivery and deployment is secure as Elyctis and Credence ID have strong purchasing policies in place for their component supplies that ensure that products are readily available, despite ongoing shortages affecting component markets around the world. global scale.

“We know that Elyctis is a leader in the secure document reading category and features the best technology,” said Bruce Hanson, President and CEO of Credence ID. “We are very pleased that the ECO-Identifier includes this advanced functionality, which is an important feature that is driving large and early customer orders for this new product,” he continued.

Alexandre Joly, CEO of Elyctis, added: “We are very proud to have been selected by Credence ID after their extensive benchmarking process. Credence ID has a strong position in the commercial and government identification markets with its long track record of providing exceptional biometric identification and document reading solutions.

About Trusted ID

Credence ID, LLC is headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area and focuses on mobile ID, biometrics, and ID reading technology by providing an easy-to-use ID platform comprised of hardware , the CredenceSDK for developers and CredenceCONNECT™ for program administrators. The company provides extensive technical expertise for projects involving mobile fingerprint, iris, facial recognition and ID reading, and offers a wide range of products capable of enrollment, identification, verification and software management tools through authorized partners worldwide.

For more information on Credence ID, please visit

About Elyctis

Created in 2008, Elyctis’ mission is to provide system integrators with mobile and fixed equipment to access eID data (identity cards, passports, residence permits, driving licenses). The company specializes in the development, industrialization, production and marketing of readers and terminals dedicated to Secure Identity Documents including e-passports, e-identity cards, e-driving licenses, etc. The company, which today employs 25 people, has long-standing expertise in eID projects, as well as in hardware and software developments, particularly in the combination of optics, antenna design , high security software and integration. Elyctis sells its products through its network of distributors and system integrators, to whom it provides a development environment to facilitate the use of its readers. Elyctis is headquartered in Pertuis, France, and has a sales office in Hong Kong.

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Alexandre Joly, founder and CEO of Elyctis has been a laureate of Reseau Entreprendre since 2011, and laureate of the Reseau Entreprendre Ambition program in 2016.

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