Advanced Recognition Systems: the new paradigm in Asia-Pacific

Advanced recognition systems deliver more than just conventional biometric functions. For starters, biometric entails unique characteristic of an individual, be it physiological or behavioural traits to verify a person’s identity. Physiological biometrics extends to the use of physical features such as a person’s face, iris, fingerprint, palm and DNA, whereas behavioural biometrics measures a person’s patterns, such as gait, voice, and handwriting.

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