Vein recognition or vascular biometrics refers to identity management solutions that authenticate based on the unique patterns made by a user’s veins. Said veins can be in a user’s palm, in their finger. Though the technology used in most vascular biometrics solutions is still too big to be designed into a smartphone, the modality is carving out a niche in finance and physical access control thanks to a special trait inherent in vein patterns. Because vein patterns are located beneath the skin and must have blood flowing through them to be scanned, they are virtually impossible to spoof.
Read on to meet the leading providers of Vein Recognition solutions.
Hitachi is a pioneer and recognized world leader in developing vein pattern biometrics systems. In North America, Hitachi Security Solutions provides solutions using finger vein patterns for logical and physical access, membership, and time and attendance. These applications, and others, demand the technology, commitment, expertise and service that Hitachi can provide. Products and services: Vein Recognition.
MorphoTrak provides the technology and performance trusted by FBI NGI for 10-print, latent, and RISC fast-ID matching and 50% of U.S. State Law Enforcement. Reporting to Morpho, MorphoTrak is part of the world’s largest biometric company. Morpho is a leading innovator of interoperable biometric identification systems as well as finger/palm/vein, facial and iris recognition. With 40 years’ experience, Morpho technology serves more than 450 government agencies in over 100 countries and is consistently ranked #1 by NIST for enrollment and matching accuracy. For more information, visit www.morpho.com/USA
Products & services: Biometric Sensors and Detectors, Facial Recognition, Fingerprint Readers, Iris Scanners & Recognition, Smart Cards, Border Control / Airports, Consumer / Residential Biometrics, Justice / Law Enforcement, Logical Access Control, Mobile Biometrics, Other Uses of Biometrics, Physical Access Control, Time and Attendance, Hand Readers & Finger Scanners, Middleware/Software, Vein Recognition.