Biometric data can also be processed and saved in various forms. There are times when this data captured from an individual is processed and saved in a raw form and it enables to identify its source, such as the voice recording, fingerprint picture, face picture and many more.
1. Advanced Usage of Biometrics ServicesWith medical science developing manifold, today biometrics are used successfully in several scientificstudies and forms an integral element of forensic science and is an essential element of accesscontrol systems. It is helpful in maximizing the security level and also makes the identification andauthentication process easy, fast and convenient. Formerly, biometrics seemed to be expensiveespecially due to the economic constraint and the individual data protection rights were restricted.Biometrics information changes irrevocably the link between the identity and the body, as they makethe features of a human body machine readable and is also subject to any further use.Biometric data can also be processed and saved in various forms. There are times when this datacaptured from an individual is processed and saved in a raw form and it enables to identify its source,such as the voice recording, fingerprint picture, face picture and many more. There are times when rawcaptured biometric information is processed in a specific way that only chosen features get saved andextracted as a biometric template.Adaptive biometric Systems aim to auto-update the templates or model to the intra-class variationof the operational data. The two-fold advantages of these systems are solving the problem of limitedtraining data and tracking the temporal variations of the input data through adaptation. Recently,adaptive biometrics have received a significant attention from the research community. This researchdirection is expected to gain momentum because of their key promulgated advantages. First, with anadaptive biometric system, one no longer needs to collect a large number of biometric samples duringthe enrollment process. Second, it is no longer necessary to re-enrol or retrain the system from thescratch in order to cope up with the changing environment. This convenience can significantly reducethe cost of maintaining a biometric system. Despite these advantages, there are several open issuesinvolved with these systems.Indian CROs (Clinical Research Organizations) today offer a comprehensive range of data managementservices in the bio-equivalence and Phase I to IV clinical trial that are carried on bio clinical laboratoriesof the CROs. The biometric services offered by the CROs include the following:Database Programming
2. CRF Design (paper & electronic) CRF Annotation Database Programming Validation Checks Metadata Repository ManagementData Management Data Acquisition Data Reconciliation Discrepancy Management Medical Coding (MeDRA & WHODD) Database Lock Data Extraction for ReportingPharmacokinetic & Pharmacodynamic Studies Sampling Point Estimation Technical Document Review PK/PD Query Resolution PK/PD Subject Matter Expert Pharmacokinetic support across study engagementPK/PD Reporting SDMS Data Extraction PK Data Analysis PK Summary ReportingBiostatistics Randomization 3. Sample size estimation Trial Design Inputs Statistical Analysis Plan Statistical Analysis Biostatistics Subject Matter ExpertStatistical Reporting TLF Programming CDISC Data Mapping (SDTM & ADaM) Clinical Data Repository Pooled Data Analysis & Reporting Safety (ADR) Reporting Patient Profiles & Data Cleaning ReportingThe primary objective of biometric companies is to convert raw data to accurate and reliable trialresults that remain compliant with selected regulatory services and policies. In addition to that, thesecompanies have their biometric teams that work in order to accelerate the regulatory submissionprocess and reduce timeline.Read More About: Biometrics Companies, Clinical Pharmacokinetic, Bioavailability