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The size and scope of standoff multimodal biometric datasets can be increased through the adoption of a common architecture to collect, describe, archive, and analyze subject traits. The Extendable Multimodal Biometric Evaluation Range (EMBER) system developed by MIT Lincoln Laboratory is a field-ready, easily adaptable architecture to streamline collections requiring multiple biometric devices in environments of interest. Its data architecture includes a fully featured metadata-rich relational database that supports the aggregation of biometric data collected with proliferated systems into a single corpus for analytical use.
Date of Conference: 13-15 Nov. 2012