Friday, 13. July 2012
The Federal Bureau of Investigation team to rescue the hostages had a problem – they needed a small portable device to identify fingerprints and faces, but could not find anyone interested in building a solution for a limited market. So they came to the National Institute of Standards and Technology . The FBI said they wanted something more portable than a laptop of 20 pounds at NIST, fingerprint scanner more robust for their help in hostage rescue in July in their efforts against terrorism, and this has led NIST to develop a new application for a mobile device touch screen.‘These restrictions constitute serious violations of human rights, promoting stigma and discrimination and actually damage the response to the epidemic of HIV. Richard Kamwi, the Minister of Health of Namibia in a press conference at the International Conference in Vienna.Mr.
The search has paid off. Despite having worked closely with the NIST team, even the FBI Hostage Rescue Team was surprised to see how the final design met their needs: a small tool that could take pictures of faces, fingerprints or send data wirelessly to a central hub for the analysis, all with a touch of minimal.
The initial task given to NIST by the FBI was simply to design and build the software requirements for the FBI needed to play their favorite platform: a handheld device with a touch screen the size of a card index. Paring down the visual interface to a mini display requires a detailed understanding of what features are most important.
NIST researchers Theofanos Mary, Brian Stanton, Yee-Yin Choong and Michael Ross with the team reflects the FBI about what they need and, importantly, look at their work because most people are able to show what they need much more than they can express.