The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences
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Articles | Volume XLIV-2/W1-2021
15 Apr 2021
 | 15 Apr 2021


E. Farazdaghi, M. Eslahi, and R. El Meouche

Keywords: Smart City, Smart Building, Biometrics Systems, Face Recognition, Security, Smart Healthcare, Smart advertisement

Abstract. The human desire to live in an urban area increases every day. However, citizens’ expectation of urban life is very different compared to the past. It is, thus, essential to satisfy their requirements and ensure their safety within their cities. As a result, there is a huge trend in the implementation of smart cities around the world. A smart city is a solution to improve the quality of life of the citizens, and governing the city in an efficient and systematic. Besides, significant advances have been raised in biometrics technologies, which have made many aspects of urban life easier, more efficient, and more secure. Accordingly, to be compliant with the demands of a smart city in the future, biometrics-based technologies will certainly play a significant role from now on. Thus, it is necessary to list the different biometrics methods that could be used in smart cities and to review the variety of applications for each method. In this article, we have listed the potential biometrics systems that can be employed in smart cities, such as facial recognition, age estimation, gender detection, facial expression detection and sentiment recognition, and gait recognition. We also have listed different applications imagined for each biometrics system such as their application in identification systems and security, smart healthcare, smart advertising, education, and high-risk lifestyle behaviours prevention. We believe that this work can help to better use of these methods, improve their technical quality, and also employing them in the advance and more effective ways.