Provide alternative forms of user identification for biometric identification.
Biometric identification relies on the individuality of the human body to ascertain the identification of that individual. Biometric identification can include eye scans, hand prints and voice recognition. Someone with a physical disability may not be able to reach a hand print machine, position themselves for an eye scan or they may not have the body part required for identification.
Use one or more of the following techniques to meet Checkpoint 1.2 from the IBM Hardware Self Contained, Closed Products Accessibility Checklist:
Test the hardware to ensure that it complies with accessibility requirements.
No tools are needed to test this checkpoint:
Verify a non-biometric alternative user identification.
Check that a user can be identified using other than biometric means.
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Last updated August 21, 2009.