Biometric applications for kids


Parents want to know where are their kids, and make sure everything is OK. Using ID, cards or whatever is more complicated than using some biometrics: they never forget, and also there is no risk of loosing the token: this could be very practical!

Imagine also if your kid has some problems with some specific kind of food: it is easy to check with biometrics.



Library

Fingerprint scan lets Norfolk students check out books


School

In Korea, to record if the child are here (?) www.newscham.net

Korean school
  • Shanxi Experimental Secondary School students to install fingerprint access to no more than four times (xian.qq.com)
  • Shanxi Experimental Secondary School

    School Bus

    (2005) A child uses the Sweet Finger identification system while boarding a school bus in Ontario. The Ontario-Montclair School District uses the system to track pupils.

    Terry Pierson / The Press-Enterprise

    Ontario, 2005

    School lunch

    Biometric systems automate the payment and accounting of school lunches.

  • The Honest Truth on Biometrics in Schools
  • school lunch
  • Iowa Law Ends Use of Finger-Scan Technology

  • Stephanie Schwenke lifts her finger off the biometric-scan pad as an image of her fingertip appears on screen during lunch at Cumberland-Anita-Massena Middle School in Massena, Iowa, in 2003. Districts in Iowa have stopped using such equipment because of a new law that bars schools from fingerprinting students. —File photo by Steve Pope/AP

  • A Lancashire primary school is using fingerprint technology to encourage pupils to eat healthier food.
  • Second-grader Antwain Williams, 8, has his fingerprint scanned in the cafeteria at Pine Crest Elementary in Sanford recently. (SARA A. FAJARDO, ORLANDO SENTINEL) Apr 18, 2007
  • Second-grader Antwain Williams, 8, has his fingerprint scanned in the cafeteria at Pine Crest Elementary in Sanford
  • Christine Breazeale, a 10th-grader at Vicksburg High School, gets a prepackaged lunch from a fingerprint vending machine. (Brian Loden • The Vicksburg Post)
  • Christine Breazeale, a 10th-grader at Vicksburg High School, gets a prepackaged lunch from a vending machine.
  • (2008 Dec) Shelly Phillips, cafeteria manager at Uthoff Valley Elementary in Fenton, assists Rodrick Knights in scanning his finger, while Isabel Lee (left) and Emily Newman look on. Rockwood students will soon pay for their lunches biometrically, by scanning their fingerprints into a computer. (Denise Bertacchi / STLToday)
  • Shelly Phillips assists Rodrick Knights in scanning his finger (Denise Bertacchi)