Biometric home safety technology will be mandatory in home security devices and is being developed to reduce the risk of a person being trapped by the devices, according to a report published by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The report said the new technology would reduce the likelihood of an accident or injury by at least 80%.
The researchers also said the technology could also be used to track and prevent criminal activity.
The technology could reduce the number of times a person is injured by a device, reducing the risk that someone could misuse the device.
The new biometric home security technology would require a device that is at least two feet tall and weighs at least 50 pounds, NIST said in the report released Tuesday.
“Biometrics, when integrated into home security systems, will be one of the first technologies to achieve the ultimate goal of protecting against a single-person-to-one-person, one-vehicle incident,” said the report, which is based on a study of over 3,000 home security device crashes.
The researchers said the current home security system does not include a biometric sensor, which they said would make it impossible to monitor the movements of the occupant.
NIST said that although it would take at least three years for the technology to become mandatory, there is enough research available that it should be on the radar for policy makers.
Biometics would require the device to be located within the user’s home and would be linked to a digital fingerprint, which would be stored on a fingerprint reader.
The device would then transmit that fingerprint to a biometrical authentication facility, where the fingerprint is verified against a list of databases.
The report found that, while it would not be possible to determine whether the fingerprint was the real one, the fingerprint could be matched to a database if a person was not the owner of the device and the fingerprint belonged to someone other than the owner.
A fingerprint reader would also have to be placed in the interior of the home to ensure that the biometric technology was in a safe place.
It also said that, although the biometrically authenticated fingerprint would not provide the exact identity of the person who was using the device, it could provide the same information as an authentic fingerprint.
If an incident was discovered in which the fingerprint reader was used, the biometry system would not have a way to identify the person using the biometer, the researchers said.
The technology will require a secure connection between the device being used and a secure location, such as a home.
The device would also need to be connected to a secure data connection that has been established.
This technology is being designed to make home security safer and more secure, Nist said.
“The biometric security solution could help protect homes and offices from the risks of identity theft, home invasion, and other intrusions that can lead to injuries, property damage, and even death,” the report said.
Although the biotechnology was designed to be used in conjunction with a biographic system, the technology has the potential to work in isolation as well, the report added.
In addition to the bioreferencing system, which will be connected with a secure access system, a biometer will also be required, with the device installed in a secure area.
Researchers said the biocompatibility of the biograph system could be considered when developing a device.
The researchers said there are no plans to introduce a biotechnological biometric in a home, but they do not rule out the possibility.
As part of the research, the NIST team also developed the biomechanical system, and researchers also conducted a computer simulation to see how the biotecompatibility could be applied to the new home security products.
NIST has been working on the biomimetic system for the past two years, the group said.