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TeSLA Technical Architecture

tesla-project September 27, 2016 General

Back in May 2016, a keystone technical document for the TeSLA project was delivered the “TeSLA Technical Architecture”. This document set the foundations for all the development work to be done within the project scope. This document is also the result…


Start of the first pilots

tesla-project September 19, 2016 General

Following TeSLA project schedule, this academic course is going to start the first pilot in all seven universities involved in TeSLA. The universities are: Open University (United Kingdom) Open University of Netherland (Netherland) Anadolu University (…


To accept or not to accept

tesla-project September 12, 2016 General

Technology for verifying a person’s identity based on biometric-data is now considered mature enough, and is being increasingly used in industrial applications. However, many biometric verification approaches have also been shown to be very vulnerable…

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Start of the implementation phase

tesla-project September 5, 2016 General

With finishing the technical specification and description of each instrument for the implementation in the final TeSLA system (Deliverable 5.3), the consortium has reached the first milestone within the whole project. With this milestone, from a techn…

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