This whitepaper provides a brief, updated overview of the market size and technologies available for the law enforcement market in the United States. Courtesy of Biometrics Research Group, Inc. Download today or email us and we will send it to your inbox
Neutralizing the security threat to land, air and sea borders requires expansive, yet scalable border management solutions. 3M offers the proven solutions necessary to help stop growing border threats whatever the access point, while ensuring the efficient, accurate and cost-effective flow of lawful travelers. Whether it’s a threat from terrorist elements, organized crime or illegal immigration, you can depend on 3M to be your partner in meeting your security mandates. Find out more by emailing us at email@example.com
This whitepaper describes an application that extracts heart rate from video in near real time. It captures both live and pre-recorded video using commercially available cameras. The underlying algorithms use digital signal processing techniques like color magnification coupled with facial land marking to process mobile faces in natural settings. To receive this white paper right in your inbox, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org today.
Identity has become a core vehicle that enables governments, commercial enterprises and individuals to conduct a diversity of business functions such as financial transactions, transit across national borders, enforce laws, transfer monies, secure infrastructure, and access personal and government devices. Pillars of success require that identity be both private and secure. Today’s increasingly globalized and digital world is demanding that biometrics, coupled with biographics, become the identity management standard. Find out why that matters here.
Intelligence, commerce, security and law enforcement agencies need an integrated system of hardware, software, and tradecraft to assemble and aggregate all the identity data, whether biometric and textual into a comprehensive identity record aggregated by matches of biometric signatures encountered at various places and times. How can someone’s true identity be determined if there is little to no information available?