IJMTES – BIOMETRIC HAND DORSAL VEIN IDENTIFICATION BASED A PHYSICAL ACCCESS CONTROL SYSTEM

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : BIOMETRIC HAND DORSAL VEIN IDENTIFICATION BASED A PHYSICAL ACCCESS CONTROL SYSTEM

Author’s Name : E Uma  unnamed

Volume 03 Issue 07 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 204-207

Abstract – In the modern world, there is a demand to adopt the biometric technology to provide physical access control. in these decade various biometric methods are introduced to solve various security risks such as eye iris identification ,finger print verification and face recognition. But each of them above method has its own disadvantages. In my proposed project dorsal hand vein identification system is considered as the biometric characteristics to provide physical access control. It provides high security and efficient physical access control. The dorsal vein of the hand is varied for every person. Using image acquisition device, database is formed and various image processing methods are used to provide accurate and efficient authentication in the highly secure area and hotel rooms.      

Keywords— biometric identification; dorsal hand vein; digital image processing; person identification  

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