Automated finger print device....
<font color=#000066>Automated fingerprint </font>identification is the process of automatically matching one or many unknown fingerprints against a database of known and unknown prints. In this system, fingerprint is used in the identification system. A friction ridge or also knows as a raised portion of the epidermis on the palm or digits, is unique to each people. The basic idea behind fingerprint identification is to capture and measure the physical difference between ridges and valleys and thus help the system to identify the fingerprint. Automated fingerprint identification systems are primarily used by law enforcement agencies for criminal identification initiatives, the most important of which include identifying a person suspected of committing a crime or linking a suspect to other unsolved crimes. Usually, electronic hardware is used to accompany the process of identifying fingerprint.