Samsung is working on the development of technology may give way to certify that control of the users on the basis of the blood flow.
Since the launch of the first smart phone in the last decade, the development of media sources and documenting the identity of users of the personal identification numbers PIN patterns to the fingerprint identification and face recognition, then provided the phones support the fingerprint recognition the iris of the eye, and now it seems to have Samsung’s new technology is working to develop it.
As shown the patents filed by Samsung in the month of July published by the World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO last Thursday that the Korean giant is working on the development of technology may give way for a new way to authenticate the moving of the user on the basis of the blood flow.
And Samsung’s request to that technical that can verify the identity of the user is “at least partly” on the basis of biomarkers physiological the sensors of the blood flow characteristics of the formalities associated with that user.
It seems from the pictures attached in the patent application, in addition to the previous data, that the technology would be a means of Supplementary documentation along with the existing road, which means promoting those other methods.
As pictures show that the company will adopt the new technology on the current gear for measuring blood pressure or calculating the blood flow which often come with some of its smart phones. Then it won’t be limited to smart phones, it can be used with wearable devices in the interests of access to laptops.
Referred to to have Samsung have a long history in the technologies of the Treaty on biometrics, “biometrics”, it is believed that the company might resort to make use of the technique to measure blood flow to save a backup copy of biometrics and data entry.
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Source: Samsung working on technology for authentication the value patterns of blood flow