Sensor Review: Volume 12 Issue 3

Strapline:

The international journal of sensing for industry
Subject:

Table of contents

BIOMETRICS — WHEN THE PERSON IS THE KEY

Chris Jennings

From the earliest time, guards have been used to control access to certain areas. Guards are people and, however conscientious, they are forgetful, bribable, coercible or…

AUTOMATED FINGERPRINT ANALYSIS OFFERS FAST VERIFICATION

Jack Hollingum

Widespread interest is being shown in a biometric system based on the well‐established approach of fingerprint identification, but avoiding both the heavy data demand and…

THE HUMAN FACE – A UNIQUE PATTERN?

Raymond B. Starkey

The interest in biometrics grows as sensor development makes the science of facial recognition technically feasible. The notion of identity is directly related to physical…

VEINCHECK LENDS A HAND FOR HIGH SECURITY

Paul MacGregor, Robert Welford

Veincheck is a biometric system which uses back‐of‐hand vein patterns to verify an individual's identity. A biometric system can be loosely defined as a means of verifying…

INTEGRATED SEMICONDUCTOR TECHNOLOGY FOR AN ELECTRONIC NOSE

Paul Corcoran

Over the past ten years there has been significant interest in the application of sensor arrays to discriminate between odorous mixtures. Such a system could have numerous…

HANOVER FAIR: TURNING PROBLEMS INTO OPPORTUNITIES

Don Braggins

Two instances of the same problem being turned into a new technique for vision could be seen within a few yards of each other at the Hanover Fair in April. The problem is…

UK SENSORS SCENE: ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING FIRMS

Peter McGeehin

Four well established, successful and expanding UK sensors firms, and six small but ambitious ones (the latter all recipients of DTI SMART Awards) feature in case studies…

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ISSN:

0260-2288

Online date, start – end:

1981

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited

Open Access:

hybrid

Editor:

  • Professor Sanowar Khan