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Mobile iris recognition

Mobile iris recognition

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An environment is now a place that can offer services utilizing information and communication technology (ICT) in various scenes of daily life, and a wide range of operations and commercial transactions are becoming cloud-based. In this situation, biometric authentication is becoming widespread as a reliable and simple means of user authentication. Fujitsu started providing biometric authentication devices for PCs in 1999. Subsequently, we have worked on the development of biometric authentication technologies for notebook PCs and smartphones, pursuing convenience as well as security. This paper presents Fujitsu's activities related to biometric authentication technologies, centering on the successful integration of iris authentication in a smartphone for the first time in the world.

Chapter Contents:

  • 19.1 Background
  • 19.2 Mobile iris authentication
  • 19.3 Technologies for the future
  • 19.4 Summary
  • References

Inspec keywords: mobile computing; iris recognition; authorisation; smart phones

Other keywords: smart phone; biometric authentication devices; information and communication technology; mobile iris recognition; ICT; iris authentication; user authentication

Subjects: Data security; Image recognition; Ubiquitous and pervasive computing; Computer vision and image processing techniques

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