AUSTRALIAN passports might incorporate voice-recognition and eye-scanning record as a supervision looks to enhance biometric identification.
Australian passports have enclosed facial approval record given 2005, though a supervision is now questioning “other biometric technologies”, according to a ask for proposal done open today.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is acid for companies to fill a new biometrics advisory panel, that will reinstate a stream row when a reign expires in March.
The range of a new row will be “expanded to embody additional biometrics such as voice”, according to a proposal document.
Tenderers contingency have imagination in facial, fingerprint, iris or voice biometrics, or in signature-reading technology, a request says.
They contingency also be means to yield apparatus such as fingerprint scanners, iris scanners, and voice merger devices.
The prior row was accessed by many Commonwealth and State supervision agencies in further to those obliged for transport documents, according to a proposal document.
The existent facial approval complement was introduced in a bid to revoke temperament rascal and contains images dating as distant behind as 1999.
DFAT digitises a print granted with a pass application, storing one duplicate in a mechanism chip in a pass and another in a large Australian pass database.
Biometric record can afterwards digitally review a images to safeguard they are of a same person, and safeguard people do not request for transport papers regulating another person’s name.