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A touchless fingerprint scanner system for capturing finger prints for biometrics with the simple pass of a hand over a sensor was an emerging technology on display at the U.S. Pacific Command Operational Science and Technology Conference March 6 to 10 in Honolulu. The U.S. Africa Command science advisory team attended the conference to exchange information on ways to respond to capability gaps as well as enhance partner nation capability. (U.S. Africa Command photo courtesy of Ricardo Arias)
A touchless fingerprint scanner system for capturing finger prints for biometrics with the simple pass of a hand over a sensor was an emerging technology on display at the U.S. Pacific Command Operational Science and Technology Conference March 6 to 10 in Honolulu. The U.S. Africa Command science advisory team attended the conference to exchange information on ways to respond to capability gaps as well as enhance partner nation capability. (U.S. Africa Command photo courtesy of Ricardo Arias)
A touchless fingerprint scanner system for capturing finger prints for biometrics with the simple pass of a hand over a sensor was an emerging technology on display at the U.S. Pacific Command Operational Science and Technology Conference March 6 to 10 in Honolulu. The U.S. Africa Command science advisory team attended the conference to exchange information on ways to respond to capability gaps as well as enhance partner nation capability. (U.S. Africa Command photo courtesy of Ricardo Arias)
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