Survey on biometry for cognitive automotive systems

Jorge de J. Lozoya-Santos, Victorino Sepúlveda-Arróniz, Juan C. Tudon-Martinez, Ricardo A. Ramirez-Mendoza

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A survey on biometry for cognitive automotive systems is presented in this paper, specially those biometric systems used for high tech security access, law enforcement and/or commercial transactions. In general, biometric systems can be expensive due to the amount of sensors and processing resources involved. Efforts have been made to integrate these systems to vehicles mostly for security purposes and user authentication. Until now, most of the systems do not go beyond using facial and fingerprint data to start the engine or access the car; however, new generations demand more personalization plus the vehicle making decisions based on their physiological characteristics. Although this kind of technology is considered a luxury feature in general, actually it could help users and save their lives. Indeed, biometry is the way to make the human-vehicle relationship happen, whether the biometric devices are embedded inside the vehicle, used as an accessory or wearables. By using as input not only the sensors inside the vehicle but also data from outside, the vehicle could adapt and/or learn new information to make the best possible decision.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)175-191
Number of pages17
JournalCognitive Systems Research
Volume55
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jun 2019

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Biometry
Law Enforcement
Dermatoglyphics
Biometrics
Decision Making
Technology
Equipment and Supplies
Sensors
Accessories
Law enforcement
Authentication
Surveys and Questionnaires
Railroad cars
Decision making
Engines
Processing

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Experimental and Cognitive Psychology
  • Cognitive Neuroscience
  • Artificial Intelligence

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Lozoya-Santos, J. D. J., Sepúlveda-Arróniz, V., Tudon-Martinez, J. C., & Ramirez-Mendoza, R. A. (2019). Survey on biometry for cognitive automotive systems. Cognitive Systems Research, 55, 175-191. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cogsys.2019.01.007
Lozoya-Santos, Jorge de J. ; Sepúlveda-Arróniz, Victorino ; Tudon-Martinez, Juan C. ; Ramirez-Mendoza, Ricardo A. / Survey on biometry for cognitive automotive systems. In: Cognitive Systems Research. 2019 ; Vol. 55. pp. 175-191.
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