By William C. Buhrow
Biometrics in help of army Operations: classes from the Battlefield examines and evaluates contemporary U.S. army reports in Iraq and Afghanistan within the context of using biometrics and comparable applied sciences. The ebook takes a complete examine how biometrics has been used to aid a number of army operations and indicates ways in which its makes use of could be additional constructed. It fills a void in knowing how one can contain biometrics by means of offering a consultant to improve and identify formal operational roles and systems while using the technology.
Written in an off-the-cuff sort that makes it available to those who aren't unavoidably operators or technicians of biometrics applied sciences, this ebook bridges an latest hole to raised train leaders inside and out of the U.S. army at the far-reaching power of biometrics in aid of tactical operations. It argues that the space among these inside and out the army is the results of failure to record classes discovered from conflict adventure, in addition to an absence of a mixed imaginative and prescient one of the Joint Forces to completely realize and take advantage of the services of biometrics for better destiny luck. This ebook fills that gap.
Biometrics has nice strength as a good software if competently constructed and applied. The e-book concludes with a glance on the way forward for rising purposes for the army but in addition considers a much wider variety of deployment of biometrics outdoor the army, equivalent to in governmental organisations, together with international international relations. Biometrics may be utilized to any operational sector that calls for exact and quick identity of unknown participants so one can aid its operations and defend team of workers and assets. Biometrics in help of army Operations is a crucial starting element in an rising box for gaining knowing and higher mastery of biometrics.
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Extra resources for Biometrics in support of military operations: lessons from the battlefield
S. Central Command (CENTCOM) regarding predeployment biometrics training. There were dozens of required joint training tasks for individuals and units deploying to the CENTCOM area but none for biometrics. I eventually put together a short list and sent it to the CENTCOM Biometrics office, but I am not sure if they were ever put into formal usage. 31 BioMetriCs in sUPPort oF MiLitAry oPerAtions Quality and completeness of collection are two key areas that also need to be maximized whenever possible.
These collections are also normally performed using automated biometric collection systems. The systems collect the data and format it digitally, allow the data to be compared to previous collections stored on the device, and enable transmission to a remote database for matching against a much larger dataset, for long-term storage, and, potentially, for sharing with others. 1). Even when a force has access to biometric collection systems, it may still want to use hard-copy fingerprint collection, under certain circumstances.
Will biometrics collections be performed by uniformed personnel in the field, contractors at fixed facilities, or both? These are just some of the questions that need to be addressed during operations planning to help ensure we deploy with the right biometrics tools for our mission. Most militaries make at least some effort to ensure that they procure military systems based upon an analysis of future threats and future technical developments. However, as we have seen with biometrics, it is not always possible to foresee the need for new kinds of operations and new kinds of technology needed to conduct them.
Biometrics in support of military operations: lessons from the battlefield by William C. Buhrow