Biometrics Technology Boosts Military Intelligence

Defence IQ Press
Posted: 02/11/2010

Iris recognition and palm print identification may seem like a preserve of sci-fi movies, but such technology is becoming increasingly prevalent in military intelligence and homeland security. These hi-tech tools fall under the wider process of biometrics, which uses automated methods to recognise an individual based on measurable biological

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