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Fujitsu announces the world’s smallest and slimmest palm vein authentication sensor design

Fujitsu and Fujitsu Frontech today announced the development of PalmSecure-SL, the world’s smallest and slimmest (48.0 mm long, and 16.4 mm wide) contactless palm vein authentication sensor. A standard portable version and integr[...]
Fujitsu announces the world’s smallest and slimmest palm vein  authentication sensor design
Fujitsu announces the world’s smallest and slimmest palm vein  authentication sensor designFujitsu announces the world’s smallest and slimmest palm vein  authentication sensor design

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ESPRIMO enterprise desktop PCs: world’s first keyboard palm vein sensor models

All of the new ESPRIMO desktop models are equipped with the latest architecture for high-speed processing, including the third-generation Intel® Core™ processor family of high-performance CPUs. The ESPRIMO D752/E supports Intel® vPro™ [...]
ESPRIMO enterprise desktop PCs: world’s first keyboard palm vein sensor models

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Fujitsu’s 5mm thick palm vein sensor small enough to fit on a tablet

Fujitsu Laboratories has developed an ultra-compact sensor for palm vein identification. This is the world’s smallest and slimmest sensor of its kind, small enough for integration into a tablet. By using new designs for optical c[...]
Fujitsu’s 5mm thick palm vein sensor small enough to fit on a tablet

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Fujitsu develop new Palm Secure module for tablets and other mobile devices.

Fujitsu introduces its Palm Secure technology back in March 2006 in Japan and 2008 in North America, and last week, the company announced that Palm Secure technology will soon come to a mobile device or a tablet near you. Thanks to a n[...]
Fujitsu develop new Palm Secure module for tablets and other mobile devices.

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Fujitsu Achieves World’s Smallest and Slimmest Vein Sensor

Fujtsiu announced today the world’s smallest and slimmest contact-free vein authentication sensor. This new sensor is 29.0 mm Wide , 11.2 mm tall and 29.0 mm thick as well as including a high-speed image-capture system that conti[...]
Fujitsu Achieves World’s Smallest and Slimmest Vein Sensor
Fujitsu Achieves World’s Smallest and Slimmest Vein SensorFujitsu Achieves World’s Smallest and Slimmest Vein Sensor

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Sony’s new FVA-U1, is the world’s smallest and lightest USB finger vein reader

I am sure that you all have heard about the “Vein pattern recognition” ,a new biometric method (known within Sony as mofiria) allowing access to sensitive data or devices that instead of reading your fingerprints will in fact read your[...]
Sony’s new FVA-U1, is the world’s smallest and lightest USB finger vein reader
Sony’s new FVA-U1, is the world’s smallest and lightest USB finger vein readerSony’s new FVA-U1, is the world’s smallest and lightest USB finger vein reader

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Fujitsu Develops High-Speed Image-Capture Technology for Palm Vein Biometric Authentication

Today Fujitsu announced the development of the world’s first imaging technology for use in palm vein biometric authentication that operates while the palm is in motion. This new technology requires approximately one millisecond t[...]
Fujitsu Develops High-Speed Image-Capture Technology for Palm Vein Biometric Authentication
Fujitsu Develops High-Speed Image-Capture Technology for Palm Vein Biometric AuthenticationFujitsu Develops High-Speed Image-Capture Technology for Palm Vein Biometric Authentication

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Fujitsu Palm Secure Heading for America…

We’ve already talked widely on Akihabara News of Fujitsu’s Palm Secure technology, a system which “reads” your hand vein schema like a fingerprint reader your finger tip, but here… with your veins . Presently available only[...]
Fujitsu Palm Secure Heading for America…

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Keep your eyes open with the IRIBIO

Qrtiex, a Korean company based in Japan sent us yesterday a couple pictures of their brand new IRIBIO mouse equipped with a Biometric Reader which scans your Iris so as to grant access to your computer…so, to all the secret servi[...]
Keep your eyes open with the IRIBIO

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The vampire keyboard… with vein scanner

Don’t worry, it’s not really a vampire keyboard… it just has a built-in vein scanner for security purposes.
The vampire keyboard… with vein scanner

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Fujitsu PalmSecure

Fujitsu has announced their Palm Secure solution, a contactless vein scanner that will be on sale in the USA, EMEA, Australia and Asia. finally an alternative for the digital fingerprint reader.
Fujitsu PalmSecure

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The first library with biometrical vein scanner

The city of Naka in the Ibaraki (Ibaraki-Ken) district will have the first library in the world that will have a vein scanner (by Fujitsu) for the bokworms. Throw away those ID/membership cards, your veins will allow you to borrow a bo[...]
The first library with biometrical vein scanner

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Mice and dongle with fingerprint sensor from APC

Everybody knows the brand APC and over here in Japan we can get mice and USB dongles with a digital fingerprint scanner. In order to log into the PC, you will have to show your finger… but please, try to stay off the greasy potat[...]
Mice and dongle with fingerprint sensor from APC

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Byebye keys… Welcome biometrics

Fujitsu is proud to disclose today that the Meiwa Estate will use the “Palm Vein Autentication” technology for the door locks in the apartments of its employees. It’s obvious that this “contact less” scann[...]
Byebye keys… Welcome biometrics

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Vein scanner by Hitachi

The first real biometrical scanner that we know is the digital fingerprint scanner. The we got the retina (eye) scanner and now we have the “finger vein authentication system”. This device will give you a scheme of the vein[...]
Vein scanner by Hitachi

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AuthenTec, security at your fingertips

The biometric PC proctection solutions are booming in Japan, like on the T70 by Fujitsu, the latest Toshiba U100, Fijutsu’s Tablet PC and several mobile phones. The leading company in this domain is not ATMEL (that provides the b[...]
AuthenTec, security at your fingertips

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