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Palm vein Technology

  1. 1. PALM VEIN TECHNOLOGY
  2. 2. What is biometrics?? Biometrics can be defined as recognizing and identifying a person based on physiological or behavioral characteristics The behavioral characteristics measure the movement of a user, when users walk, speak, type on a keyboard or sign their name. The physiological characteristics would be the physical human traits like fingerprints, hand shape, eyes and face, veins, etc
  3. 3. Disadvantages of other technologies 1 )Finger print • Some people may feel offended about placing their fingers on the same place where many other people have continuously touched • Wrong results if the finger is dirty. 2)Face recognition • 2D recognition is affected by changes in lighting, the person’s hair, the age ,and if the person wear glasses.
  4. 4. Disadvantages of other technologies 1 )Finger print • Some people may feel offended about placing their fingers on the same place where many other people have continuously touched • Wrong results if the finger is dirty. 2)Face recognition • 2D recognition is affected by changes in lighting, the person’s hair, the age ,and if the person wear glasses.
  5. 5. • It also depends on orientation/angle of user’s face with camera 3)IRIS scan • Difficult to use because of positioning eye. Requires more time for matching with database stored • Many commercial Iris scanners can be easily fooled by a high quality image of an iris or face in place of the real thing
  6. 6. INTRODUCTION • Palm vein technology is the upcoming technology in this world • It is the worlds first contactless personal identification system that uses the vein pattern in human palm to confirm persons identity • It is one of the biometric authentication technology, which identifies people by their unique biological information
  7. 7. How does it work? Simply hold your palm a few centimeters over the scanner and with a second it reads your unique vein pattern .
  8. 8. when near-infrared light passes, deoxygenated hemoglobin in the blood flowing through the veins absorbs near- infrared rays, causing it to be visible as black regions to the scanner
  9. 9. • Then it compares it with the pre registered one with the help of infra red rays • Generated image is digitized,encrypted & finally stored as a registered image template in database • If there is a match found then access is allowed else access is denied
  10. 10. How secure is this technology? • On the basis of testing the technology on more than 70,000 individuals, Fujitsu declared that the new system had a false rejection rate of 0.01% • And a false acceptance rate of less than 0.00008% (i.e., incorrect approval for access in one in over a million scan • And if you registered your profile as a child, itll still be recognized as you grow, as an individuals patterns of veins are established in utero
  11. 11. What happens if hands get damaged • There may be a chance that the palm we had registered may get damaged then we cannot use this technology. • During the time of registration we take the veins of both the hands so that if one gets damaged we can access through the second hand. • When hand get damaged upto large extent we can get veins because deeper into the hand veins are obtained
  12. 12. Applications • ATM & BANKING • PERSONAL COMPUTERS • HOSPITALS &LIBRARIES
  13. 13. ATM & BANKING • The Bank of Tokyo launched its “Super –IC Card”. • This card combines the functions of a bankcard, credit card, electronic money and palm vein authentication. • This system is advantageous because the customer’s information is not stored at the bank. • To activate the palm vein authentication function, the customer brings the card and his passbook and seal to the bank counter where the customers vein information is registered on the card .
  14. 14. PERSONALCOMPUTERS In personal computers palm vein technology can be applied by inserting the vein sensor inside mouse or on the keyboard. When power is supplied to system the mouse/keyboard also gets power and the sensor in the mouse/keyboard will be ready to sense palm veins
  15. 15. IN HOSPITALS AND LIBRARYS Palm Secure device can also be used in hospitals for doctor and patient’s identification and where the high level of security is required
  16. 16. ADVANTAGES • This technology is, — More Reliable, More Accurate — Fast — Small — Relatively cheap to implemented and operate • —No more problems of forgotten passwords and id codes. • —No two people in the world share a palm vein pattern- even those of identical twins differ.
  17. 17. Conclusion • Palm vein pattern authentication technology developed by Fujitsu was being used in a wide range • If this technology is introduced in our country we can solve many problems such as password protection in ATM , security in various fields and if we implement this technology in government offices we can make the employees to work according the government timings. surely this technology will bring a revolution in the field of science and technology in the near future.

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