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In this bytes video find out what is Biometric, where all it is used and how it exactly works.

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Roop Varun T
a year ago
Good Question: Expecting a video in this regard. Emission Standards/Pollution Norms were put in place to cut down carbon emission into atmosphere. When these norms were not put in practice, one used to find Leaded Petrol in Fuel stations... where Liquid Lead compound was used to be added to rise Petrol's RON. At that time, it was hardly 70 whereas now when BSIII was mandated, it has reached 91. Thus these norms rised the quality of Petrol. When BSVI hopefully be mandated, we may find Speed93/Speed95 (from BPCL) quite often in Market which are nolonger exist now (except speed97). To implement this standard, one needs to pace up development of secondary sector too as mentioned above. Thus again our economy goes back to years where Primary and Secondary sectors ruled our economy that too this time with Lesser Pollution. "When Prevention is inevitable, Reduction to be implemented." Love to watch whether this view is portrayed in team's video.
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  1. What is BIOMETRIC?


  2. What is BIOMETRIC? +5'45: It


  3. What is BIOMETRIC Biometric identification authenticates secure entry, data or access via human biological information +5'45 It


  4. Unique identifiers EYE SCANNING CODE PALM RECOGNITION FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION IRIS FINGERPRINT RECOGNITION FACE AUTHENTICATION FACE DETECTION PALM SCANNING HANDWRITING IDENTIFICATION VOICE AUTHENTICATION IDENTIFICATION FINGERPRINT VOICE HANDWRITING RECOGNITION VOICE RECOGNITION


  5. Fingerprinting is the oldest form of biometric verification. Historians have found examples of thumbprints being used as a means of unique identification


  6. Where is BIOMETRIC used?


  7. Iris-pattern and retina-pattern authentication methods are already employed in some bank automatic teller machines.


  8. Facial- recognition technology is also another example. 57% PROCESSING FACE COGNITION 520.00, 52 833,22:53 04447 4-922,7655 334,09.4432,78 7 099.65.8 209.25 so 160.45 1 528.0 52 833,2250 160,4 3-044,47: 54 922.76: 38749 7 099,6558 209,25: 50 449,90 1 528.08 52 83322 S3-044 47 4 922,7685 334,09 56 432.7


  9. Also Hand geomet being used in indu to provide physical access to buildings rl


  10. No matter what biometric methodology is used, the identification verification process remains the same. A record of a person's unique characteristic is captured and kept in a database. 3 3 9 FULL NAME AGE GENDER TELEPHONE NUMBER TAX INFO ADDRESS CITIZENSHIP BIRTH DATE EDUCATION TRAVEL DOCUMENT NATIONAL IDENTITY NUMBER CRIMINAL RECORD NATIONALITY MARITAL STATUS INCOME INFO ENTITY DOCUMENT ANK ACCOUNT NUMBE CCUPATION VISA INF ICAL RE


  11. 1. A sensor that grabs data and changes , ..tI it into a usable, digital format via 545 software. 2. A biometric template developed via the biometric system's signal processing algorithms. 3. A decision process uses matching event results.