Secure 3D-Fingerprint capture by means of OCT-Scanners ("3D-Finger")

Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Project aim is a spoof-protected and fast fingerprint check at border control points, at major events but also for the biometric registration at resident's registration offices.
Departments and Instituts: 
Institute of Safety and Security Research
From: 
01.07.2017
to
30.06.2021
Type of funding: 
Publicly Funded Research

Project description

Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg
Example for an 3D-scan of the fingertip (Source: BSI)

The fingerprint in the passport or the identification at the entrance into security zones of buildings have become the target of criminals - the aim is the pretence of a false identity or the obscuration of one 's own identity: skin transplants, stickers with the imprint of other persons or the removal of the visible skin ridges have been observed. Therefore, new methods and procedures are required to authenticate persons fast and reliably.

Project manager at H-BRS

Prof. Dr. Norbert Jung

Professor für Angewandte Informatik, insbesondere sichere eingebettete Systeme
Direktor des Instituts für Sicherheitsforschung
Vorsitzender des Senats der H-BRS
Norbert Jung
Email: 
norbert.jung [at] h-brs.de
E-Mail: 
senatsvorsitz [at] h-brs.de

Sankt Augustin

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Jung
Room: 
C 279

Sankt Augustin

Institut für Sicherheitsforschung
Room: 
K325

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