Demo: Automatic Personal Identification System for Security in Critical Services: A Case Study

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Tennina , Stefano ; Di Renzo , Marco ; Luigipomante , Luigi ; Alesii , Roberto ; Santucci , Fortunato ; Graziosi , Fabio (2011)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1145/2070942.2071019
  • Subject: [ INFO.INFO-IT ] Computer Science [cs]/Information Theory [cs.IT] | WSN | Personal identification | [ MATH.MATH-IT ] Mathematics [math]/Information Theory [math.IT] | Biometric

ISBN: 978-1-4503-0718-5; International audience; The demonstration proposal moves from the capabilities of a wireless biometric badge [4], which integrates a localization and tracking service along with an automatic personal identification mechanism, to show how a full system architecture is devised to enable the control of physical accesses to restricted areas. The system leverages on the availability of a novel IEEE 802.15.4/Zigbee Cluster Tree network model, on enhanced security levels and on the respect of all the users' privacy issues.
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