This is a presentation about potential use of Fingerprint Cards as National eID Cards. This presentation it was presented at SDW 2018 on July 27, 2018
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In this research I will reference to a smart card that embeds a fingerprint sensor using the terms ‘Biometric Card’, ‘Biometric Smart Card’ or ‘BSC’. Biometric Smart Cards for ID application will be referred as FeID that stands for Fingerprint Electronic ID Card. FPC is also an abbreviation of ‘Fingerprint Card’ but I am not going to use it because it’s often used in the biometric industry to identify the Swedish company Fingerprint Cards.
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