A Novel Approach for an Interoperable Biometric Verification
Keywords:Fingerprint, Authentication, SDK, Interoperability, Biometrics.
Increasingly, safety is present in everyday life, at work, at home, in recreational environments, and in all places where there is a flow of people who share a common space. Using biometric fingerprint technique for identity verification has become a primordial due � to the Reduced costs of implementation, � maturity of this � technology in the market � and the ease of use. Many implementations exist using this technique , however, these systems are hard coupled with the environment in which they were developed and the hardware used to capture biometric data. Consequently, � the interoperability issue is hard present in case of changing the environment or using new fingerprint reader. In this paper, we propose a new architecture to solve this problem by dividing the main biometric application to layers based on a flexible communication between components and supporting heterogeneous platforms and � biometric readers.
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