VP-II X Hand Vascular Pattern Recognition (HVPR) Presented by Ayal Vogel Executive Vice President of Global Sales Identica Holdings Corporation July 30, 2009 www.identicacorp.com
VP-II X Specification Overview VP-II X is a biometric scanner which verifies users individually unique vascular patterns extracted from the hypoderm below the surface of the skin of the back of the hand using an infra-red based sensor device. | Utilized Technology: HVPR (Hand Vascular Pattern Recognition) | Usability: 99.98% | Accuracy: FAR: 0.0001%, FRR: 0.1% | Verification Speed: 0.4 sec / person
| Hardware Overview
Dual CPUs (400MHz DSP, 180Mhz ARM Processor)
65K Color 2.8” TFT LCD / 16 Keys / IR Sensor / Speaker
TCP/IP Ethernet, Wiegand In/Out, Serial ports, Digital I/O, USB 2.0
512MByte NAND Flash Memory (Up to 50,000 users and 500,000 logs)
Technology comparison Biometrics Technology Comparison Technology VP-II HVPR Fingerprint Hand Geometry IRIS Advantages/Disadvantages √ Non-contacting Sensor √ High Usability & Accuracy √ Non-Intrusive/User Privacy √ Small size applications X Low Usability X Difficulty in use with a physical damages like scars. √ High Usability X Low Accuracy (High FAR) X Hygienic problem by physical contact √ High Accuracy X Difficulty in use with small eyes like oriental users. X User inconvenient by eye positioning (intrusive)
It is known that more than 5% of the adult population cannot use fingerprint systems. This is mainly due to the absence or weakness of their fingerprints. About 2% of people do not have proper fingerprints, and many people who use their hands intensively for work generate a very weak signal to fingerprint scanners. The VP-II provides 99.98% usability, which means almost all of the general population can use the system without any problems.
Does not leave a trace of residual features after use
If a biometric system leaves residual features after physical contact, the features would be easily duplicated and/or forged. It is known that fraudulent fingerprints can be easily made by the residual fingerprint on the surface of the sensor.
Be able to reject non-human features from enrollment
Non-human features should not be allowed to be enrolled by a biometric, for it to be considered a true biometric system. VP-II recognizes non-human features at enrollment.