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Unisys Survey Predicts Law Enforcement to Lead Integration of Biometrics With Wearable Tech

Unisys logoTYSONS CORNER, VA, Aug. 25, 2016 — A Unisys (NYSE: UIS) study postulates that law enforcement will lead the integration of biometrics tools such as voice identification into wearable technology such as smart watches and lapel badges, ExecutiveBiz reported Wednesday.

The company said Tuesday a majority of the polled biometrics professionals in the survey pointed to law enforcement as a top application of the integrated technology, with wristbands as the most suitable format and facial recognition as the top modality.

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