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Nov 08 2019

Fujitsu BioSec - biometric palm-vein recognition

In partnership with Fujitsu, the BioSec Group - a Hungarian based biometrics company - showcased the biometric PalmSecure product line, the Fujitsu BioSec, at the Fujitsu Forum Munich 2019.

ImageThe two companies developed a strong business relationship over the past few years, so that BioSec’s palm vein scanners are built with Fujitu’s PalmSecure technology. Fujitsu integrated BioSec’s scanners into its actual product lineup and later the companies worked together to develop the StadiumGuard platform, which leverages palm vein biometrics for arena security.

The participation in Fujistu Forum was a success, where BioSec took the opportunity to demonstrate different application use cases and give participants the chance to test the product and palm vein recognition in a simulated environment. During Social Media Night, a giveaway was organized for media personalities and journalists to experience palm vein recognition. In order to participate, they had to register biometrically and then use palm vein recognition to open a safe.

Event participants were able to find out more information about the Fujitsu PalmSecure product portfolio which integrates BioSec technology, such as ID LifePass personal authentication solution, the ID GateKeeper physical access control system and the ID Login V2 computer login solutions.

The Public Sector Booth had many palm vein recognition-protected applications that participants could play with such as a simulated prison cell, an electric car charging station or different integrations for air travel such as luggage drop, security check, cashless payment, boarding or car rental.

Nuno Costa


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