Biometric Technologies in Self-Service Environments

27/04/2006 - 01/10/2009

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To develop a user-centred biometric technology evaluation framework to reliably and consistently assess the suitability of new technologies for use in the ATM environment.

Biometric Technologies in Self-Service Environments is a Research - Other Sources project funded by . Carried out in collaboration with and others. For further information please refer to .
 
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Project Team

David Benyon
Professor
d.benyon@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2736
Mr Chris Riley
(not currently an institute member)
Kathy Buckner
(not currently an institute member)

Associated Publications

Riley, C., Buckner, K. (2007). Fingers, Veins and the Grey Pound: Accessibility of Biometric Technology. In: Brinkman, W-P., Wong, D-H. H. W. (Eds.) Proceedings of the 25th conference of the European Association of Cognitive Ergonomics (ECCE), , () ( ed.). (pp. 149-152). London: . .