Scanning the iris, the palm of the hand, and the fingerprint are just a few of the many biometric practices currently in use to optimize personal identification.
In addition, it is also possible today to analyze a person’s unique handwriting using special devices that capture writing speed, pulse acceleration, pressure, inflection and directional changes.
Iris readers, voice recognition, and fingerprints can also be used as forms of biometric identification.
Biometrics in mobile phones
The most modern smartphones are being manufactured to include the technology required in their screens to capture a biometric signature. It is estimated that the authentication of documents through mobile devices will connect different technologies, such as voice recognition or the introduction of any password.