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Because finger veins are inside the body and invisible from the outside, finger vein patterns are extremely hard to steal and do not change with age, making it an ideal biometric feature for secure authentication.
A clear finger vein image can be captured for highly accurate authentication by using the "transmissive light photographing method".
The compact size readers can be integrated into various devices/terminals.
Finger Vein Authentication Technology
An explanation of our finger vein technology and advantages.
Finger Vein Products
An explanation of our finger vein products.
Finger Vein Solutions Exmaples of finger vein solutions using our finger vein products.
Mr. Hisao Ogata from Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions will be speaking about the finger vein technology at this year's Biometric Consortium Conference. The conference will be held September 21 - 23, 2010 at the Tampa Convention Center, Tampa, Florida U.S.A. Mr. Ogata's 15-minute presentation begins at 2:40pm on September 21. There will be a brief Q & A session after the presentation. For more details on the conference visit their website at www.biometrics.org/bc2010/.
Our finger vein technology will be on display at this year's China International Exhibition on Financial Banking Technology & Equipment. We will be showcasing our ATM with a built-in finger vein authentication device. The exhibition is held in Beijing from 9-12, September. For more details on this exhibition, visit their website at www.ciftee.com.cn/english/ (English) or www.ciftee.com.cn (Chinese).
Poland's Bank BPS SA started the installation in May 2010 of ATMs that include an option for finger vein authentication. These are the first ATMs of this kind to be deployed in Europe. These ATMs verify customers using their finger veins in conjunction with a customer identifer according to the type of transaction.