A Multi-modal Bio-metric System of Security Documents for IoT Mobile Devices

  • A.Kannan, A.Vinothkumar, N.Kamal, C.Hemalatha, S.Satheesh, C.Devi


The security of sensitive documents like passports and certificates is increasingly difficult in an increasingly digital environment. These useful content, however, include the name, address, and sometimes a photograph to identify the owner is a very simple task. It also includes a device that authenticates the record owner with his biometric characteristics. Multi-modal biological systems on the one basis of biometric modality are better than state-of-the-art mobile / IoT biometric systems. This is because a multi-modal system challenges assailants to spot more than one characteristic to bypass authentication. This article offers a new and cost-effective method of creating a unique, multi-modal face biometric authentication-based ID. It is considerably more challenging than spotting a single trait. Multi-modal biometrics uses a combination of two or more biometric technologies or methods. We work together as a multi-factor solution or automatically select multiple authentication options. Using mobile devices such as cell phones, laptops, smart watches, and head-mounted displays, the proposed system can be authenticated as a mobile camera, incorporating facio periocular region and iris image (IMG) to create a multi-modal biometric system.

Keywords— Anti-Counterfeiting, Digital Signature Security Printing, Facio Periocular Region.

How to Cite
A.Kannan, A.Vinothkumar, N.Kamal, C.Hemalatha, S.Satheesh, C.Devi. (2020). A Multi-modal Bio-metric System of Security Documents for IoT Mobile Devices. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 4259 - 4274. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/16433