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Hector T Hoyos, Keith J Hanna: Fraud resistant biometric financial transaction system and method. Eyelock October 2, 2012: US08280120 (2 worldwide citation)

A method and system for authenticating financial transactions is disclosed wherein biometric data is acquired from a person and the probability of liveness of the person and probability of a match between the person or token and known biometric or token information are calculated, preferably accordi ...


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Hector T Hoyos, Thomas M Zappia: Method and apparatus for iris biometric systems for use in an entryway. SRI International April 12, 2011: US07925059 (2 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for designing an iris biometrics system that operates in minimally constrained settings. The image acquisition system has fewer constraints on subjects than traditional methods by extending standoff distance and capture volume. The method receives design parameters and provide ...


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Hector T Hoyos, Keith J Hanna: Ensuring the provenance of passengers at a transportation facility. EyeLock December 10, 2013: US08604901

The provenance of passengers intending to depart on a vehicle from a transportation facility, is ensured by providing biometric reading devices at both a check-in station and a departure area station of the facility. The name and/or other information concerning a passenger arriving at the facility i ...


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Keith J Hanna, Hector T Hoyos: Methods for performing biometric recognition of a human eye and corroboration of same. Eyelock September 4, 2012: US08260008

A method of biometric recognition is provided. Multiple images of the face or other non-iris image and iris of an individual are acquired. If the multiple images are determined to form an expected sequence of images, the face and iris images are associated together. A single camera preferably acquir ...


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Keith J Hanna, Hector T Hoyos: Scalable searching of biometric databases using dynamic selection of data subsets. Eyelock January 29, 2013: US08364646

A method of searching a biometric database includes storing biometric data corresponding to a number of users in a database, and defining one or more data subsets in the database according to inputs from users expecting to pass through a given biometric acquisition device that is linked with the dat ...


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Keith J Hanna, Hector T Hoyos: Apparatus and methods for detecting the presence of a human eye. May 17, 2007: US20070110285-A1

Apparatus and methods for determining whether a live, human eye is presented for iris-based recognition. An image is presented on a computer screen and reflected back from the eye. The reflected image is captured and processed to determine whether the reflection was consistent with a human eye.


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Keith J Hanna, Hector T Hoyos: Salable searching of biometric databases using dynamic selection of data subsets. September 6, 2007: US20070206839-A1

A method of searching a biometric database includes storing biometric data corresponding to a number of users in a database, and defining one or more data subsets in the database according to inputs from users expecting to pass through a given biometric acquisition device that is linked with the dat ...


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Hector T Hoyos, Keith J Hanna: Ensuring the provenance of passengers at a transportation facility. May 29, 2008: US20080122578-A1

The provenance of passengers intending to depart on a vehicle from a transportation facility, is ensured by providing biometric reading devices at both a check-in station and a departure area station of the facility. The name and/or other information concerning a passenger arriving at the facility i ...


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Keith J Hanna, Hector T Hoyos: Methods for performing biometric recognition of a human eye and corroboration of same. Global Rainmakers January 13, 2011: US20110007949-A1

A method of biometric recognition is provided. Multiple images of the face or other non-iris image and iris of an individual are acquired. If the multiple images are determined to form an expected sequence of images, the face and iris images are associated together. A single camera preferably acquir ...


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Hector T Hoyos, Keith J Hanna: Siccolla Identity Verification Architecture and Tool. Hoyos Corporation May 19, 2011: US20110119141-A1

Siccolla is an identity verification architecture utilizing wireless phones as an identity verification tool. The wireless phone has a specialized built-in fingerprint sensor, camera, and blood sensor to acquire high quality images of biometrics, including but not limited to the iris, face and finge ...



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