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Biometric Entry and Ignition System
This paper looks at the use of biometric identification devices for vehicles.
# 110469 | 822 words | 4 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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In this article, the writer notes that biometric devices such as fingerprint identification gadgets have only recently been applied to the motor industry. The writer points out that biometric technology developed beyond fingerprinting during the 1960s and 1970s, with the implementation of military biometric authentication procedures. The writer also notes that, controversially, biometric technology has also become part of the security measures put in place after 9/11. At airports, for example, biometric identification has been used to increase safety and security during flights. The writer discusses fingerprint biometric technology concentrating on the use of a fingerprint device within the motor industry. The writer concludes that with thorough research, fingerprinting devices for cars and other vehicles can join the existing pool of available devices in order to maintain the car owner's peace of mind and general security.

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Sample of Sources Used:

  • Australian Academy of Science. (2001). Putting a finger on it - the loops and whorls of biometrics.
  • McBride, Simon. (2007). Biometric Immobiliser: A finger on security. Auto Express News, August 21.
  • Oxborn, Alice. (2005). Biometrics History. Video Surveillance Guide, August 17.
  • Swedberg, Claire. (2005). Triple RFID Protection for Cars. RFID Journal, Jan 3.

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