Conference gets up close with biometrics

Henrik G. de Gyor

Feds got to get their hands'and eyes and faces'on the latest biometric technologies this month at the Biometric Consortium Conference in Arlington, Va. The conference also presented a series of speeches and sessions on planning for and implementing biometrics for access control and other security steps.

Tom Hooper of the FBI checks out a fingerprint device with Bob Jones of Fujitsu America Inc.

From left, John Campbell of 3M-AiT Ltd., the authentication arm of 3M Co., and Volker Kempert and Alfredo Herrera Hernandez of Cognitec Systems GmbH of Dresden, Germany, discuss facial recognition.

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