biometrics

Biometric access in vehicles

BIOMETRIC SYSTEM:
A biometric system is a scientific system that uses information about a person based on a physiological or behavioural characteristic.
It is set to become the next big advance in automotive machinery. Growing user demand for smart technology in vehicle biometric vehicle control access systems have made their way to the market used for verification and recognition of a manual right of entry.
Biometric templates cannot be reverse-engineered to re-establish personal information and they cannot be stolen and used to contact personal information.
Auto-brands are working on this technology and finding inventive ways to strengthen their vehicles’ safety and security system.
Every person has multiple distinct identifiers useable in biometric technology.
Among the features measured are:
Physiological

• Fingerprints
• Hand
• Iris
• Face
• Vein pattern
• DNA

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Behavioral

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behavioral biometric

• Keystroke
• Signature
• Voice

After understanding our biometrics, a car could automatically adjust everything from seats and mirrors to music and GPS according to custom condition.
The biometrics recognition system provides better anti-theft security, anti-carjacking and a great sense of ease and safety to car owners. Using biometrics, the system encodes a vehicle’s security system and enables authorized drivers to start the car.
It’s easy to set up and easy to use. It doesn’t engage any costly password administrators.
Biometric vehicle control access system is fast in giving out right of entry request and recognizing approval.
How Do biometric systems Work?
Creation of new feature:
In this step we present our preferred feature characteristic to be scanned by the biometrics device (EX…fingerprints).Once the device captures this information it creates an electronic image of that feature, which will be used later on in the confirmation process.

Characteristic drawing out:
Through this step we present our fingerprint onto the scanning mechanism so that it captures copy of our distinctive fingerprint.
Decision:
The final step in the verification process is the yes/no decision. The image that was captured is now going to be match to the electronic pattern we had provided when it took a model of our fingerprint. It pulls the template from the record from where it was stored and then either allow us right to use if there is a match, or denies us admission if it can’t identify our fingerprint.

List of pros
• Quick in response.
• User friendly.
• Anti-theft security.
• Biometric systems save time and money.
• No password administrators.
• More reliable.
• Difficult to copy.
• Use of unique human features to set individuals apart.

List of cons
• Much expensive.
• Injury can interfere with the scanning process.
• Some biometric sensors also have a limited lifetime.
• Quite difficult for some users.
• Biometric systems make errors.
• Biometrics cannot be used to authenticate data or computers.
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