A Japanese consortium is considering teaming up with its European counterpart to develop a unified standard for security products based on biometric technologies using face and fingerprint recognition, a source at the consortium said Thursday.

The Biometrics Security Consortium, which groups about 30 companies, is in talks with the Dublin-based European Biometrics Forum on the tieup, but no final agreement has been reached yet, the source said.

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