The Hungarian equipment manufacturer BioSec He has officially returned to the Fujitsu Forum. The palm vein recognition specialist will present his biometric portfolio, including the new line of Fujitsu BioSec palm readers, at the Munich event from November 6 to 7.
BioSec palm vein scanners are built with FujituPalmSecure technology. The two companies have developed a strong business relationship in recent years, with Fujitsu integrating the BioSec scanners. in your product line. Then they worked together to develop the StadiumGuard platform, which takes advantage of the palm vein biometrics for sand safety.
Other BioSec solutions on display at the Fujitsu Forum
include LifePass ID, GateKeeper ID and V2 Login ID. The three platforms
use palm vein authentication, although each one has a little different
request. ID GateKeeper is designed for physical access control, while ID Login
It is designed for computer logins. LifePass is a more personal solution that can
be used to improve the customer experience and streamline interactions in
Shops and airports.
BioSec will also have a stand in the public sector that demonstrates how palm vein technology can be integrated into electric car charging stations, prison cells and other areas. The company is currently developing its own enclosure access system, and previously released the PalmVote platform to authenticate citizens during elections.
November 6, 2019 – by Eric Weiss