The requirement to identify and track human movement and activity has resulted in the development of biometric screening technologies such as fingerprinting, facial recognition, voice recognition, iris scans, and DNA. Biometric technology is used in both the public and private sphere.
In the public sphere, it is useful in monitoring border security, the identifying of criminals, fighting against and preventing terrorism, in battlefield operations and in decreasing identity fraud. In the private sphere, it is useful in monitoring employees and their hours worked, in increasing the output of advertising, in social media, and in ensuring the security of individuals and assets by managing access to sensitive locations.
Studebaker Capital invests in advanced biometric and facial recognition technologies that is empowered by machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).