New Department of Homeland Security biometrics system will identify people by scars, tattoos and palm prints

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DHS's new HART biometric database will be a cloud-based system
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DHS's new HART biometric database will be a cloud-based system

The cloud-based system will be able to identify people through scars and tattoos

The US Department of Homeland Security is working on a new biometric database intended to bring new analytics capabilities to the organisation's biometric operations. The cloud-based system, dubbed...

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