As companies continue to adopt contactless smartcards for their business applications, the worldwide market for the technology is expected to increase significantly, according to research by RNCOS.
ID News Archive for May, 2011
Apartment owners in Noida, India, are being urged by police to have their tenants, domestic helpers or security guards verified, according to a recent Times of India report.
The federal government in Nigeria plans to establish registration across the country for a new national identification card, according to a recent report by the Nigerian Tribune.
Police departments in Alberta are utilizing the latest biometric identification technology to search for fingerprints stored in a database.
The Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation said that biometric identification in hotels will help combat increasing criminal activities throughout the industry, according to a report by Vanguard.
The Ukhrul deputy commissioner in India recently launched new technology for the Biometric Enrollment Exercise under the National Population Register, according to a recent report by the Imphal Free Press.
Cross Match Technologies recently announced that it reached an agreement with the Argentinian government to support the deployment of identity management systems throughout the country.
The New Delhi government in India is currently exploring whether to use biometric identification smartcards to stop misappropriation of funds for its healthcare scheme, according to a recent report by the Economic times.
As companies continue to look for ways to improve their security measures, voice biometric identification may hold the key for greater security, according to a recent report by Dimension Data South Africa.
Malaysian home minister Datuk Seri Hishammuddin recently announced that the biometric identification system that will be released in June across Kuala Lumpur, the country’s capital and largest city, will cross check border crime involving foreigners, according to a recent report by Bernama.com.