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Folien zur Keynote von Dr. Joseph Reger - Chief Technology Officer, Fujitsu Technology Solutions, anlässlich des Fujitsu Forums 2012 in München.

Folien zur Keynote von Dr. Joseph Reger - Chief Technology Officer, Fujitsu Technology Solutions, anlässlich des Fujitsu Forums 2012 in München.

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  • 1. Dr. Joseph Reger - Chief Technology OfficerWhats the Big Deal? Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 2. Powers of Ten (SI)Source: Wikipedia Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 3. Big Data. Big Deal?100,000 45 million Image Analysis Billion objectsFlights/day servers per hour Social Complex Event Processing1 billion Network Data Layer Management 1 billion rides per day information Trafficusers Scan Points of Interest Route Hadoop Sensor Data search 100s200 million Engines Area Managements of millions Searchpictures/day locations Congestions Forecast1 billion Personal ProfilesPCs Billions of measurements per dayBillions Business Dataof requests per day 600 million 1 billion cars smartphones Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 4. Different: New Resources, New Technologies Large Data Sets BigData Powerful hardware Lots of sources New, affordable tools Unstructured Data New analytics Real time Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 5. New use cases Agriculture BigData Home Healthcare Traffic & Transport Energy Maintenance & Repair Marketing Safety, Public Safety Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 6. Dr. Fritz Schinkel - Fujitsu Technology SolutionsSPATIOWL Location Based Services Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 7. Big Data. Big Deal?100,000 45 million Image Analysis Billion objectsFlights/day servers per hour Social Complex Event Processing1 billion Network Data Layer Management 1 billion rides per day information Trafficusers Scan Points of Interest Route Hadoop Sensor Data search 100s200 million Engines Area Managements of millions Searchpictures/day locations Congestions Forecast1 billion Personal ProfilesPCs Billions of measurements per dayBillions Business Dataof requests per day 600 million 1 billion cars smartphones Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 8. More valuable information for your businessSocial Networking BusinessServices & Sensor DataData Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 9. Big Data needs Big Security! Big Data Attacks!Social Networking BusinessServices & Sensor DataData Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 10. We authenticate passwords, not people How many passwords ! do you have? How do you ! manage them? ! How strong are they? Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 11. Secure Access? Authentication?A few prominent cases in 2011, 2012 Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 12. DNA based identification! Unique, however High cost Long processing time No liveness detection Easy to get DNA samples Privacy issues Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 13. Biometrics: requirementsPermanence UniversalitySufficiently invariant Every personover a period of time   has it 4 Factors for BiometricsCollectability DistinctivenessCan be measured Any two personsquantitatively Performance   should have a sufficiently Acceptability different one Circumvention Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 14. Vein patterns are unique & remain unchangedVeins in fingers & palm scanned with near-Infrared light Warm Cold Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 15. Authentication AccuracyHigh False Acceptance Rate (FAR) & False Rejection Rate Comparison (FRR) Face recognition Palm vein Authentication Method FAR (%) = If FRR (%) = Practicality Signature Face recognition ~ 1.3 ~ 2.6 Voice Iris/Retina pattern Voice pattern ~ 0.01 ~ 0.3 Finger vein Fingerprint ~ 0.001 ~ 0.1 Fingerprint Finger vein ~ 0.0001 ~ 0.01Low Iris/Retina ~ 0.0001 ~ 0.01 Low Accuracy High Fujitsu Palm vein < 0.00008 0.01 Fujitsu palm vein scanner is the most accurate and most practical technology. Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 16. Why Fujitsu chose palms, not fingers?Veins in fingers are very susceptible to cold temperatureHand-Surface Before Test start After 10 min After 2 min After 4 min After 7 mintemperature in 0°C water in room temp. in room temp. in room temp.PalmVeinnear-IR Image Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 17. Palm vein authentication advantagesHigh Safety & Permanence High Accuracy – advantage High Acceptance– advantage of veins of a palm over a finger 1 2 3  Hidden under the skin  Palm vein patterns are complex  Very hygienic due to no-contact forgery difficult >5 million reference points operation  Unique  Palm contains thicker veins  Very easy and intuitive to use even among identical twins than fingers – easier to identify  Never change  Palm veins are insensitive same throughout life against environment (cold  Detectable only when temperature, creamy hands, blood is flowing skin scratches) Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 18. Wide range of application areasFinancial Personal Record Management  Online-Banking  Social Security  ATM, Counter  National IDs  Deposit boxes  Health careInformation Access Management Cash-less & Card-less Payments  PC/Server/Terminal  Retail stores Log in, Enterprises  Gas stations  Airports, Authorities, Construction area  Time attendant system There are 30 million active users of Fujitsu PalmSecure in the world. Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 19. Kozo OtsukaFujitsu Technology Solutions Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 20. Physical Access Control – your palm is the key PalmSecure We work with partners to provide physical access control systems. Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 21. Kemal OkyayGeneral Manager of ETB, subsidiary of the EB Group Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 22. Turkish National ID Project: NÜFUS ~73.5 million population (2012) Turkey Age group 90+ 85 – 89 80 – 84 75 – 79 70 – 74 65 – 69 60 – 64 55 – 59 50 – 54 45 – 49 40 – 44 35 – 39 30 – 34 25 – 29 20 – 24 15 – 19 10 – 14 5–9 0–4 5 4 3 2 1 0 0 1 2 3 4 5 Female MalePopulation-Age Group Pyramid (2011) Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 23. "The Rock" The Rock … Thomas Stearns Eliot Where is the Life we have lost in living? (1888 – 1965) Where is the wisdom publisher, playwright, literary we have lost in knowledge? born American Where is the knowledge naturalized British subject in 1927 Nobel prize in literature in 1948 we have lost in information? …Source: Wikipedia Copyright 2012 FUJITSU
  • 24. DIKW-Hierarchy Where is the WISDOM we have lost in knowledge? Where is the KNOWLEDGE we have lost in information?Where is the we have lost INFORMATION ?in DATA Copyright 2012 FUJITSU