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Site Map - Biometrics

Palm ID

- IBM of Armonk, New York, and Fujitsu Frontech North America Inc. of Foothill Ranch, California, have launched a new security solution that integrates palm vein biometric technology from Fujitsu with IBM’s enterprise single-sign-on solution.

Biometric ID

- Cross Match Technologies, Inc., of Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, has introduced a hand-held multimodal identification and enrollment platform.

Iris ID

- Identification and verification devices from Data­strip can now be enabled with a scanner and supporting software to measure iris biometrics.

Iris Recognition

- Panasonic System Solutions Company has announced a lower user cost for its BMES200A iris reader administration software. The software works in conjunction with the company’s BM-ET200 Iris Recognition System, which offers excellent accuracy with a false acceptance rate of one in 1.2 million.

Mobile Biometrics

- Sagem Morpho Inc. of Tacoma, Washington, has introduced its third generation Morpho RapID 1100 hand-held biometric device, which integrates a digital camera to support facial recognition, a larger screen, a keyboard, and enhanced wireless communication in a smaller unit. It allows police officers and border agents in the field to identify suspects based on fingerprints and facial-recognition information.

Passport Terminal

- The DSVII-PA biometric passport reader form Datastrip Inc. of Exton, Pennsylvania, provides passport authentication for border crossing, immigration, and travel applications that require instant verification of travel documents.

Fingerprint Reader

- UPEK, Inc., of Emeryville, California, has launched Eikon To Go, a portable USB device that allows remote employees to access corporate network resources via fingerprint authentication. The unit offers RSA SecurID two-factor authentication technology for additional protection.

Biometric Reader

- ASSA ABLOY Identification Technologies of Walluf, Germany, has introduced the OMNIKEY CardMan 7121 smart-card reader, which combines contact smart-card technology with fingerprint recognition. The desktop device is especially designed for logical access control systems in high-security environments.

Biometric authentication

- The Sargent BioFob from ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions of New Haven, Connecticut, is a handheld, wireless, biometric fob that uses fingerprint-based biometrics to authenticate the identity of the fob owner before granting access to items including locks, computers, or other equipment enabled with proximity card access control.

ID theft protection

- Diebold, Incorporated, of North Canton, Ohio, has introduced a biometric security solution that increases consumer and business protection against identity theft and fraud by verifying account holders’ identities through their fingerprint profiles.

Iris reader

- Panasonic Security Systems of Secaucus, New Jersey, has introduced a new iris reader that provides noninvasive biometric identification and authentication. The BM-ET200 Iris Reader combines video and imaging technology with a new iris image-capture engine and dual mirror design.

Biometric Access Control

- MorphoAccess provides fast, accurate indoor or outdoor terminals for fingerprint processing in physical access control systems.

Biometric Visitor Access

- EasyLobby SVM 9.0 software can incorporate iris-recognition hardware and software from LG Electronics USA of Cranbury, New Jersey, creating increased security control and efficient handling of the visitor management process.
 




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