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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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Mofiria: Sony’s Latest Vein Authentication Technology

We had the Fujitsu Palm Secure, today we have Sony’s Mofiria. Basically infrared LEDs light up your veins that a CMOS sensor reads before proceeding with an authentication procedure… A simple explanation I admit, but if you[...]
Mofiria:  Sony’s Latest Vein Authentication Technology

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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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