Pros And Cons Of Face Recognition

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Face recognition technology [1] is the least intrusive and fastest biometric technology. It works with the most obvious individual identifier – the human face. Instead of requiring people to place their hand on a reader (a process not acceptable in some cultures as well as being a source of illness transfer) or precisely position their eye in front of a scanner, face recognition systems unobtrusively take pictures of people 's faces as they enter a defined area. There is no intrusion or delay, and in most cases the subjects are entirely unaware of the process. They do not feel "under surveillance" or that their privacy has been invaded. [1]
It is not hard to believe with all the existing technology it is more than enough to build a system to
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But it is mandatory provide there FRS-Face Recognition System, which strengthen the bank account holder’s financial security.
Today, for any kind’s agreement national ID card plays an important role. For enlistment of the national ID a person’s photo and signature is mandatory. But the process should be change into 3D camera photo shoot, which will help the persons exact face identification. If any kinds of incident happen then it will be the evolution to identify the criminal. Not only that, it will provide the criminal exact address. But, before implementation this technology it is very much important to merge the national identity database and the surveillance system server. On the other hand, every security surveillance system has to link with a single secure server.[3]
In a free country safety and security is in high priority. It is strongly necessary to have the FRS-Face Recognition System. It will help in multiple ways. For example, every security surveillance camera device has to connect with national criminal database, which will identify the criminal faces. In case of any kinds of incident it will help to find out the victim and criminal
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The past of biometrics includes the identification of people by distinctive body features, scars or a grouping of other physiological criteria, such like height, eye color and complexion. The present features are face recognition, fingerprints, handwriting, hand geometry, iris, vein, voice and retinal scan. Biometric technique is now becoming the foundation of a wide array of highly secure identification and personal verification. As the level of security breach and transaction scam increases, the need for well secure identification and personal verification technologies is becoming apparent. Recent world events had lead to an increase interest in security that will impel biometrics into majority use. Areas of future use contain Internet transactions, workstation and network access, telephone transactions and in travel and tourism. There have different types of biometrics: Some are old or others are latest technology. The most recognized biometric technologies are fingerprinting, retinal scanning,hand geometry, signature verification, voice recognition, iris scanning and facial
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