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2  Passengers › The main idea is to make sure that the person who buys the boarding pass is the same person that, goes through security and boards the plane with the purchased ticket.  Pilots/ employees › The idea is to make sure that no one unauthorized is trying to fly the plane, or manage passengers during flight(flight attendants). We also what to assure that everyone on the tarmac is allowed to be there.

3  Fingerprint Biometrics  What does it do: Bio-metrics is technology that identifies you based on your physical and behavioral traits. › Uses  -handwriting  -hand geometry  -voiceprints  -iris structure  -vein structure.  "Biometric systems can seem complicated, but they all use the same three steps: › Enrollment : The first time you use a biometric system, it records basic information about you, like your name or an identification number. It then captures an image or recording of your specific trait. › Storage : Contrary to what you may see in movies, most systems don't store the complete image or recording. They instead analyze your trait and translate it into a code or graph. Some systems also record this data onto a smart cardthat you carry with you.smart card › Comparison : The next time you use the system, it compares the trait you present to the information on file. Then, it either accepts or rejects that you are who you claim to be." ( 09/27/12)http://science.howstuffworks.com/biometrics.htm

4  " Systems also use the same three components: › A sensor that detects the characteristic being used for identification › A computer that reads and stores the information › Software that analyzes the characteristic, translates it into a graph or code and performs the actual comparisons"(http://science.howstuffworks.com/biometrics.htm; 09/27/12)http://science.howstuffworks.com/biometrics.htm

5  The whole system is to make sure that unknown and/or possible threats do not get on the plane, or are flying the plane.  None of your information will be shared. None of your information on recorded for someone else to obtain.  Health Safety: › The finger print pads will be wiped down after every 10 scans to avoid the risk of bacteria, or to avoid confusion between fingerprints. › The fingerprint scanner will have a protective sheet to avoid being scratched.

6  Hidden Privacy › Hard to find some ones info through this system. › The tickets do not present important information (social security numbers, bank account information, etc). › All personal information of payment is not on the ticket or in the system just you fingerprint, and it is only there from the time you check your bags to the time you leave the airport.  Unsafe Information › The only way that the someone can get personal information is only if you give it to them. › Or if you are in trouble and someone fallows you to your gate and destination. (stalker).

7  Optical › Scratch Resistant › Weather Durability › Larger sensing areas › Uses LED laser beams to scan › fingerprint area › Low Manufacturing Cost › Resistant to shock and ESD › More exact measurement  Capacitive › more compact › More user friendly( does not need perfect finger placement) › not a touch screen › so less cleaning and easier to avoid scratches. › Less expensive

8  Optical › User error will affect accuracy › Grease and dirt affect how well sensor reads  Capacitive › Sensing Element wears out › Grease and dirt affect how well the sensor reads › Smaller sensing area › Needs ESD treatments and other protective coatings › User error will affect accuracy (finger placement has to be exact)

9  We decided to produce and optical fingerprint scanner. › The reason for this is because the optical fingerprint scanner is cheaper, they are more accurate, and over time the optical scanner will need less maintenance then a capacitive scanner.  Our plan is to make sure that the person who buys the boarding pass is the same person that, goes through security and boards the plane with the purchased ticket. › To do this we are going to put a finger print scanner at the boarding pass counter, at security, and at the gate door before you board the plane. At the boarding pass station the passenger will scan their thumb and a code will be printed on the boarding pass then when you go through security you will scan you finger and the card will be scanned if they match them you are allowed to pass, same with at the gate. Although if it does not match then you will not be allowed to pass through security and you need to prove your identity.  Our plan for pilots and employees is to make sure that no one unauthorized is trying to fly the plane, or manage passengers during flight(flight attendants). We also what to assure that everyone on the tarmac is allowed to be there. › To do this we are going to have the pilot/ flight attendant scan time card the has their fingerprint code on it, which is going to notify the plane’s computer on who is allowed in the cockpit and on the plane. If a pilots finger print and the code in the computer does not match then the cockpit door will not open and the plane will not start.

10  Around the world, there are thousands of companies that use biometrics, specifically fingerprinting. At companies like Qantas, Dan Murphy’s, Breville, and Unomedical employees are being monitored through a system called PeopleKey. The system tracks what times the employees arrive at work, what time they leave, even how long of a lunch break they take. This information is stored and forwarded to payroll offices so that the employees can be paid according to how much they worked. Having this accurate measurement has helped these companies save a lot of money. Other benefits to this system are that they always know exactly who is in the store or office, that way if something was to happen they would know who was actually there. It also provides an extra layer of security in the workplace, that way only the employees can get into the building. That way companies aren’t relying on the old system of using a key card to get into the building, because say you lose your card or your card gets stolen, well whoever finds it or steals it from you then has complete access to the building and if all the doors use the same card that person could then cause some real damage to your company. Somebody can’t steal your finger or your identity. That is the whole idea of biometrics, because if you do it the right way then it is always more accurate and more safe because it is all about identity, there is only one you.

11  title slide : fingerprint  Title slide: pilot  cabinet-of-wonders.blogspot.com/2008/10/rule-of-thumb.html science1: pin point finger prints science2: blue fingerprint cabinet-of-wonders.blogspot.com/2008/10/rule-of-thumb.htmlhttp://archives.dawn.com/archives/  science2: eyeball & IBM computer  :http://computer.howstuffworks.com/fingerprint-scanner3.htm Science2: how does it scan diagramhttp://computer.howstuffworks.com/fingerprint-scanner3.htm  assuring your safety: little man  https://wikispaces.psu.edu/display/IST432TEAM8/Privacy+and+Internet+Governance+of+Trademarks privacy: grey picture https://wikispaces.psu.edu/display/IST432TEAM8/Privacy+and+Internet+Governance+of+Trademarks  privacy: gold slide  https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/rkjs4Xgj8GcZGrCfSOhSik8JtC9EepxAvAqBy6ufKwHgougzFARHp- SnsmF5x6JUNS_lUKyNZQNzMcYdrULt6_K25ae5XGQIe8BattrGnr0anOD3wE4 accuracy slide : the picture on the right. https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/rkjs4Xgj8GcZGrCfSOhSik8JtC9EepxAvAqBy6ufKwHgougzFARHp- SnsmF5x6JUNS_lUKyNZQNzMcYdrULt6_K25ae5XGQIe8BattrGnr0anOD3wE4  https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/qMS9QEprTtDeK46xRpY2fKHdzOAlV2O5JER8SlsQWGF6nKEKz9YstBQ PAF9Azwwa7Zcezvm8CYlNm_x1Y1q3MV28n7aLvfOzkH__48bhJfet9feHr_Q accuracy slide: the picture on the left https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/qMS9QEprTtDeK46xRpY2fKHdzOAlV2O5JER8SlsQWGF6nKEKz9YstBQ PAF9Azwwa7Zcezvm8CYlNm_x1Y1q3MV28n7aLvfOzkH__48bhJfet9feHr_Q  https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/aqvHb61E_4_LmdvkMMcOVZ9C-L5lEqX2tg0ozvUcmrN- G4Wvu3sOKHhq1pBL61aJx_5KhWMgrRhV8500vG1lAxVccA97SW5TScjx82OUhO7NpSqFAAU limitations slide: the picture on the right https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/aqvHb61E_4_LmdvkMMcOVZ9C-L5lEqX2tg0ozvUcmrN- G4Wvu3sOKHhq1pBL61aJx_5KhWMgrRhV8500vG1lAxVccA97SW5TScjx82OUhO7NpSqFAAU  https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/fl9BynYc9GnA7VHQDcrdDRM8GkmaPUuGPgSbKJhDctV90fbdrOcq yhW6bND-QOtqZGhdaC_CLIim04P50nHSYoyH-A9gLTRpGA0gyYM0xaKJ0wozNYE limitations slide : the picture on the left https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/fl9BynYc9GnA7VHQDcrdDRM8GkmaPUuGPgSbKJhDctV90fbdrOcq yhW6bND-QOtqZGhdaC_CLIim04P50nHSYoyH-A9gLTRpGA0gyYM0xaKJ0wozNYE

12  Harris, Tom. "How Fingerprint Scanners Work." How Stuff Works. A Discovery Company, 27 Sept Web. 27 Sept http://computer.howstuffworks.com/fingerprint- scanner3.htm  Wilson, Tracy V. "How Biometrics Works." How Stuff Works. A Discovery Company, 27 Sept Web. 27 Sept http://science.howstuffworks.com/biometrics.htm VIDEO ated ated


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