Army researchers improving biometrics speed, accuracy for military intelligence, security

WASHINGTON -- Huge advances in biometric collection and database query are now being made with more to come on the horizon, said William Graves, the chief engineer for Program Executive Office Intelligence, Electronic Warfare & Sensors.

That's great news for the intelligence community and for force protection efforts, said Graves, whose office is the lead for all Department of Defense biometrics.

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NATO finalises the first e-learning Biometrics course

International civilian and military experts in biometrics from 6 NATO Nations, gather together at the NATO Maritime Interdiction Operational Training Center in Souda Bay, Crete, to build the first e-learning course on biometrics. The course will provide key definitions and a basic understanding of biometrics and Identity Intelligence and how it applies in NATO. (NATO Photo by NIC Edouard Bocquet)
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