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BioSec Brings Palm Vein Solutions to Fujitsu Forum

BioSec Brings Palm Vein Solutions to Fujitsu Forum

The Hungarian biometric software development company BioSec has officially returned to the Fujitsu Forum. The palm vein recognition specialist will be showcasing solutions featuring its technology – including the ID LifePass, ID GateKeeper and the ID Login V2 – at the Munich event from November 6 to 7. BioSec and Fujitsu have developed a strong…

New BioSec Venue Access Solution to Arrive in Q2 2019

New BioSec Venue Access Solution to Arrive in Q2 2019

“…the forthcoming solution will focus on establishing fast access lanes at fixed venues, with the capability of sharing registrants’ biometric data across locations so that individuals only need to register for the program once.” BioSec is developing a new biometric venue access system based on palm vein recognition technology, the company has announced. The as-yet-unnamed…

BioSec, Fujitsu to Highlight Biometric Venue Access Solution at Arena Summit 2018

BioSec, Fujitsu to Highlight Biometric Venue Access Solution at Arena Summit 2018

“…it’s an important event at which to showcase the kind of biometric solutions that are starting to gain traction in venue access and security.” BioSec and Fujitsu are showing off their joint solution for stadium security at a Arena Summit 2018 this week. As its name suggests, the Arena Summit is an industry event revolving…

BioSec Announces ‘BS PalmVote’ Solution for Biometric Elections

BioSec Announces ‘BS PalmVote’ Solution for Biometric Elections

“It’s a solution that could take advantage of a growing trend around the world, with newer democracies in particular looking for technological solutions to secure free and fair elections.” BioSec has adapted its palm vein biometrics technology to a new biometric voting solution. Dubbed “BS PalmVote”, the module can authenticate an individual in about one…

Biometrics Can Make Summer Concerts a Breeze: BioSec

Biometrics Can Make Summer Concerts a Breeze: BioSec

With summer well underway, BioSec is highlighting the utility of its BS RapidGuard solution for ticketing at outdoor festivals – and events of all kinds, for that matter. The system is based on palm vein recognition, and can support 1:1 or 1:n biometric matching. In a summer concert scenario, that means that an attendee could…

BioSec Looks to Pong to Help Popularize Palm Vein Scanning Tech

BioSec Looks to Pong to Help Popularize Palm Vein Scanning Tech

BioSec has found a new way to promote biometric technology to the general public – the company has developed a version of the Pong video game in which the location of the user’s paddle is determined by her hand’s position over BioSec’s palm vein scanner. The game had its premiere at last autumn’s Fujitsu Forum…

Honeywell Access Control Platform Enables Support for BioSec Palm Vein Authentication

Honeywell Access Control Platform Enables Support for BioSec Palm Vein Authentication

Honeywell’s WIN-PAK access control system now supports BioSec’s biometric authentication technology, the latter has announced. More specifically, Honeywell has enabled WIN-PAK support for the Hungary-based firm’s BS LifePass password replacement solution. That, in turn, means that WIN-PAK supports Fujitsu’s palm vein recognition technology, which offers the basis for BioSec’s authentication system. In a statement announcing…

Fujitsu to Market BioSec Palm Scanning Tech in EMEA

Fujitsu to Market BioSec Palm Scanning Tech in EMEA

“… BioSec said that while there is no such thing as a solution that offers 100 percent security, ‘palm vein recognition is quite close to it.’” Fujitsu is bringing technology from BioSec into its lineup of palm vein scanning solutions. BioSec’s solutions for access control and IT security are themselves based on Fujitsu’s PalmSecure technology,…