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A non-contact lie detector using radar vital signs monitor (RVSM) technology

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2 Author(s)
Geisheimer, J. ; Sensor & Electromagn. Appl. Lab., Georgia Tech. Res. Inst., Atlanta, GA, USA ; Greneker, E.F., III

Traditional lie detector testing requires the subject to be physically attached to a variety of sensors. This is impractical for scenarios such as checkpoints where a large number of individuals are entering at a high rate, necessitating the employment of other methods. Currently, checkpoint officers must make a quick decision to determine if an individual is being deceptive, and if, in turn, they should be searched. The remote detection of deception (RDD) concept uses a non-contact sensor to obtain physiological information that can be used to aid the checkpoint officer's decision. Such a device must be able to sense physiological signals from the body that may indicate deception in an unobtrusive and non-contact manner

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 8 )