Nejati Jahromi, Afshin Bazargani
The point of the present study is the examination of protection control systems based on intelligent biometrics. One of the most significant applications of these systems is being used as a protection-security system. This research aims to prove the reliability of biometric methods. It is stated that each individual (in case of being identified) is the one who has claimed he/she is, and another individual cannot impersonate him/her easily. Thus, it helps the users utilizes this system with a
more » ... is system with a higher degree of ease. The reasons to be mentioned are the implications of simplicity of applying biometrics instead of current common tool; moreover, applying biometric technologies will accelerate the user's access to the desired resources. Also, the maintenance cost of systems and relevant security issues will be reduced. The most notable point is that along with the development of security systems, the biometric systems should be enhanced, which can be realized nowadays with the aid of various types of sensors and Nano-sensors. INTRODUCTION The necessity of applying biometric systems has been under the focus of security system designers since long ago. Therefore, the designers decided to implement their desired design. But the emergence of adaptive algorithms such as IBA and MBA, fingerprint sensors and other types of sensors has enhanced the designers' ability in applying them. In fact, biometrics is a new technology for identifying people's identity automatically and is a more reliable method for improving the security of information societies in comparison with other identification methods such as pin code, password, or magnetic cards. The applied methods in biometrics are broad and are developing day by day. The other remarkable advantages of biometrics compared to other traditional methods are the lack of need for password or Identity Card, decrease of people's unnecessary access to information, and reduction of impersonation cases.