A Novel Approach for an Interoperable Biometric Verification

Mohamed El Beqqal, Mostafa Azizi, Jean Louis Lanet


Increasingly, safety is present in everyday life, at work, at home, in recreational environments, and in all places where there is a flow of people who share a common space. Using biometric fingerprint technique for identity verification has become a primordial due � to the Reduced costs of implementation, � maturity of this � technology in the market � and the ease of use. Many implementations exist using this technique , however, these systems are hard coupled with the environment in which they were developed and the hardware used to capture biometric data. Consequently, � the interoperability issue is hard present in case of changing the environment or using new fingerprint reader. In this paper, we propose a new architecture to solve this problem by dividing the main biometric application to layers based on a flexible communication between components and supporting heterogeneous platforms and � biometric readers.


Fingerprint, Authentication; SDK; Interoperability; Biometrics.

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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