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Why are fingerprints the most common means of biometric identification? The process of identifying a person using fingerprints is based on the fact that no two human beings have the same finger, palm or footprints and depends upon three fundamentals formation, uniqueness and persistence. In modern times, fingerprint impressions have helped us to serve a variety of purposes, including indexing of human population based on unique patterns of fingerprints, recognition of unnamed deceased people lost to death in a terrorist attack or natural calamity. The process of fingerprint identification is called dactyloscopy. With the evolution of computers, the expert panel system operates under a certain set of algorithmic rules, checking out whether two friction ridge impressions have originated from the same finger. The major advancement in security system around the world has been achieved by fingerprint recognition. Modern sensors have been effective to capture a digital image of fingerprint patterns. One other area where fingerprints play an important role is the forensic science. Fingerprints are often used for identification purposes and in the helpof the investigators in the identification of fingerprint samples collected from the crime scene area. The method of fingerprint development is widely used in this field. There are a lot of websites that are selling fingerprint development devices, machines or chambers. But before making a purchase one should cross-check the authenticity and genuineness of these products. Some useful features of fingerprints: â—? Fingerprints can be used to identify single individual and they are unique to everyone. â—? They do not change with time, they remain same with growing age. â—? Fingerprints are the most commonly used method of biometric identification throughout the world. Contact us if you want to know more.


Why are fingerprints the most common means of biometric identification?  

Attestor Forensics GmbH is a Germany based enterprise, supplying equipment, tools and instrumentation for forensic science applications.Atte...

Why are fingerprints the most common means of biometric identification?  

Attestor Forensics GmbH is a Germany based enterprise, supplying equipment, tools and instrumentation for forensic science applications.Atte...

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