Finger-basierte Biometrie an österreichischen Geldautomaten
AUTFinger ATM is a project on biometric authentication for ATMs. Cash withdrawal at Autrian ATMs is currently facilitated by a two-factor authentication scheme based on smartcards and a 4-digit PIN-code.
In this context, original developments in 3D Sensing and 3D data processing are conducted and questions of varying environmental conditions (important for outdoor installations) and varying physiological conditions (stress, fatigue, sweat, drug influence, illness) are covered as well as eventual attacks against such systems and stategies for efficient countermeasures. We conduct an accompanying study concerning expected user acceptance and legal frameworks. This project is conducted in cooperation with Payment Services Austria, Diebold Nixdorf Austria, and Institute for Empirical Social Studies (IFES).
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Uhl Universitaet Salzburg, Fachbereich Computerwissenschaften
Diebold Nixdorf GmbH, Kontakt: Thomas.Schumacher@dieboldnixdorf.com
Institut für Empirische Sozialforschung GmbH, Kontakt: Christine.Schuster@ifes.at
IFES Feld GmbH, Kontakt: Christine.Schuster@ifes.at
Payment Services Austria GmbH, Kontakt: Harald.Flatscher@psa.at
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Uhl Universitaet Salzburg,
Jakob-Haringerstr.2 5020 Salzburg
Projekthomepage (t.b.d.): wavelab.at/project-KIRASautatm.shtml