The Jura Hospital in Switzerland is testing a 3D finger vein biometric identification system Global ID according to an announcement of the company translated by Google to comply with the requirements for hospitals and other institutions under the electronic health initiative of the country.
The E-Health project of the Swiss Confederation requires the implementation of a strong two-factor authentication to access patient data. It was discovered that the Global ID biometric solution offers great security, control of patient data and recognition of medical and health professionals, even with surgical gloves.
Global ID developed the technology with Laboratory of Security and Cryptography of the EPFL., and continues to reduce the size of your scanners. The company says that the size of the scanner will be reduced by half in the next three months, allowing mobile use.
The various applications of finger vein biometry are presented by Global ID in a publication which includes testimonies from representatives of the government of Cameroon, the multinational IT and consulting company ATOS and the Jura Hospital. The company's publication also describes its three products; the digital identification card BioID, the BioLocker biometric access control and the VeinoPay payment solution.
Deployments of biometry of the finger vein they are increasing, with Fingopay planning to launch its fintech biometric solution to several tourist and hospitality points in Manchester in the coming months.
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