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Vein Recognition Method

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Vein Recognition Method

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  2. 2. Vein Recognition Technology  Vein recognition is a type of biometrics that can be used to identify individuals based on the vein patterns in the human finger.
  3. 3. Vein ID System  A type of biometrics identification system that uses veins in a person's body to establish identity  use infrared light to scan the user's hand  to make an identification match
  4. 4. Prominence of biometric  fingerprinting, facial technologies recognition, hand geometry, and iris recognition may leave little demand  unique features and advantages for other modalities  The up-and-coming biometric technologies include vein, DNA, ear, and body odor recognition
  5. 5. How does it work?  By identifying the     subcutaneous Hand is placed on a scanner Red blood cells absorb the infrared rays After the vein template is extracted Compared with previously stored patterns
  6. 6. “Uses”
  7. 7. Variations of Vein Recognition Technology  It include finger vein, wrist vein, palm, and backhand vein recognition  The technology was commercialized in 2004.  The prominent companies are  Fujitsu Limited  Hitachi, Ltd.,  Techsphere Company Ltd.
  8. 8.  Fujitsu’s product called PalmSecure scans the veins present under the palms,  Hitachi’s product scans veins present in the finger.
  9. 9.  Techsphere’s product called VP-II scans, scan veins located on the wrists  “Some products scan veins located on the wrists as well.”
  10. 10. “Advantages”
  11. 11. “Challenges” invasive Large Size Expensive lack of interest from governments
  12. 12. Logical Access Applications  Guard against illegitimate access or leakage of information  Centralize information scattered in different locations  To enable more effective information management.
  13. 13. “ Tha n ks ”

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