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Application for biometric identification of dogs will be released by "Goznak"

Application for biometric identification of dogs will be released by "Goznak"
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An application for biometric identification of dogs may appear in Russia. Animals will be distinguished by their nose prints and head patterns.

As the INTERFAX.RU, the app will appear in 2021. It can be used by both owners and veterinarians and breeders. According to the head of Goznak projects, Alexander Meleshin, the development of the application is already underway.

He also noted that the drawing of a dog's head and nose is as unique as a human fingerprint. Similar technologies are already in use in Canada, but a nose print exists only in paper form.

In Russia, they plan to monetize the application, thanks to the placement in it of ads from groomers, veterinarians and sellers of pet products. But finding animals will be free.

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