Lumidigm Real World
When biometrics fail, for whatever reason, the technology becomes more of a barrier than an aide. The net result is user frustration, resistance to adoption, and an inability to justify costs. Regardless of which biometric technology is chosen, it must work reliably under real world conditions. The real world is not always ideal. The real world is wet, it is dry, it is not always clean and users are not all young office workers with great skin experienced at using the technology.