Visible to the public “Researchers Investigate Heart Scan for Computer Security Identification”Conflict Detection Enabled

A team of researchers at the University at Buffalo have developed a computer security system in which biometric scanning is performed on the dimensions of a person's heart for identification. This new form of biometric identification measures and monitors the dimensions of the heart such as its shape and size, as well as its movement to identify a person. Low-level Doppler radar is used to measure and continuously monitor a person's heart. This article further discusses this advancement in biometric identification, where this technology will be presented, the expected use of this system, and the advantages that this system has over current biometric identification tools.

R&D reports "Researchers Investigate Heart Scan for Computer Security Identification"