palm vein

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 Thinks Small with New F-Pro PalmSecure Sensor

Fujitsu Thinks Small with New F-Pro PalmSecure Sensor

Fujitsu is opting to get small with its new F-Pro biometric solution, a version of its PalmSecure technology that is only half the size of its earlier palm vein scanning solutions. It’s part of a new product suite that also includes devices called the F-Pro Standard and the F-Pro Mouse. The smaller sensor isn’t the…

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,…

PyraMax Bank Customers to Authenticate with the Wave of a Hand

PyraMax Bank Customers to Authenticate with the Wave of a Hand

Greenfield, Wisconsin-based PyraMax Bank is ready to embrace biometric customer authentication with the help of FinTech consultancy Fiserv. It’s part of a larger collaboration between the organizations, with PyraMax having selected Fiserv to upgrade its retail banking with its DNA account processing platform. Along with DNA, Fiserv will bring to the table its Verifast: Palm…

Imprivata Says Hello to MENA Market

Imprivata Says Hello to MENA Market

Imprivata will be showcasing its biometric solutions at next week’s Arab Health conference in Dubai, an event billing itself as the biggest healthcare event in the MENA region. For Imprivata, it’s an opportunity to introduce itself, with the company being new to the region. In a statement announcing its participation, Imprivata Customer Experience SVP Carina Edwards called…

Fujitsu’s New Lifebook Tablets Feature Palm Vein Biometrics

Fujitsu’s New Lifebook Tablets Feature Palm Vein Biometrics

Fujitsu has launched three new two-in-one tablets featuring biometric security. The devices are targeted for business settings. The Lifebook P727 and the Lifebook T937 are both lightweight, thin devices incorporating a hinge that allows the tablet screen to be rotated a full 360 degrees when attached to a keyboard. Meanwhile, the Stylistic Q737 is designed…

New Fujitsu Palm Vein Scanning System Offers Mobile Applications

New Fujitsu Palm Vein Scanning System Offers Mobile Applications

Fujitsu has announced that it has developed a new palm vein scanning system that could be applied to tablets. In a statement announcing the technology, Fujitsu called it a “slide-style” scanning system. While it isn’t quite the same as swipe-based fingerprint scanning, the system does break a user’s palm vein pattern into slices, each of…

Adventist Health System Puts Faith in Biometrics

Adventist Health System Puts Faith in Biometrics

One of the biggest religious healthcare systems in the US has embraced Imprivata’s biometric patient identification system. Florida-based Adventist Health System is now using the company’s PatientSecure platform. The system uses palm vein biometrics to accurately link patients to their medical records, allowing for more effective and efficient patient identification and the elimination of duplicate…

Global Healthcare Biometrics Market Will Continue to Surge: Report

Global Healthcare Biometrics Market Will Continue to Surge: Report

The global healthcare biometrics market will continue to expand dramatically, according to a new forecast from Grand View Research. The firm says the market will reach a value of $11.7 million by the year 2024. In a statement announcing its predictions, Grand View Research credited the growth to a “surge” in demand thanks to “the…

News Roundup: Live From GIS 2016

News Roundup: Live From GIS 2016

Last week at FindBiometrics we were in Tampa for this year’s Global Identity Summit (GIS 2016) while we continued to explore law enforcement biometrics in our featured articles section. The industry news was filled with fingerprint, iris, and face biometrics news, spanning verticals from healthcare to national ID. Here’s a look back on last week’s…

NYU Medical Center Offers High-Profile Demonstration of Biometrics in EHR

NYU Medical Center Offers High-Profile Demonstration of Biometrics in EHR

Part of NYU Lutheran medical center’s EHR system upgrade includes palm-vein biometrics courtesy of Imprivata. The Brooklyn-based NYU Lutheran medical center has launched a huge upgrade of its electronic health record system, and biometric technology is playing a significantly role. Its new system is called Epic, and has two primary components. One is an online app…

Japanese Bank to Let Customers Use Palm Vein Biometrics Instead of Cards

Japanese Bank to Let Customers Use Palm Vein Biometrics Instead of Cards

Japan’s Ogaki Kyoritsu Bank is getting ready to offer palm vein authentication to all of its customers across Osaka, Tokai, and Tokyo, reports The Asahi Shimbun. The bank first introduced the scanners at select ATMs back in 2012, largely in response to the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Many customers lost their usual identification documents…

Fujitsu Updates Aim to Expand Applications of Palm Vein Scanners

Fujitsu Updates Aim to Expand Applications of Palm Vein Scanners

Fujitsu is expanding the range of applications for its palm vein scanners with two new devices: The FUJITSU Biometric Authentication PalmSecure-F Pro, and the FUJITSU Biometric Authentication Palm Vein Authentication Board. The former device is an upgraded version of its current embedded PalmSecure sensor technology, offering improved accuracy and enhanced sunlight tolerance. It’s also slimmer and…

Florida Hospital Takes Biometrics by the Hand

Florida Hospital Takes Biometrics by the Hand

Florida Hospital Zephyrhills (FHZ) has decided to embrace biometrics for patient identification, with Imprivata’s PatientSecure platform. Already in use in hundreds of hospitals, PatientSecure links hospital patients to their electronic health records via a biometric profile based on infrared palm vein scanning. It’s a system that not only cuts through administrative paperwork and clutter, but…

Self-Serve Patient Check-In Platforms Get Imprivata Certification

Self-Serve Patient Check-In Platforms Get Imprivata Certification

“With the certification, PatientWorks kiosks will now be able to identify patients via palm vein scan, creating a 1:1 link with patient records.” Imprivata’s biometric patient identification platform has been integrated into the patient self-service offerings of PatientWorks Corporation. The latter’s KioskWorks and CheckinWorks platforms are now Imprivata Ready!-certified, meaning they can support Imprivata PatientSecure for…

Fiserv System Authenticates Bank Customers by Palm Vein Scan

Fiserv System Authenticates Bank Customers by Palm Vein Scan

FinTech specialist Fiserv has launched a new biometric authentication system for banking applications. Called Verifast: Palm Authentication, the system scans palm vein patterns to quickly identify users. It’s based on palm vein biometrics technology developed by Fujitsu, which Fiserv began to integrate into its “DNA” account processing platform last year. Banks that deploy the solution…

Fujitsu Announces Palm Vein Scanning Tablet

Fujitsu Announces Palm Vein Scanning Tablet

Fujitsu has announced its newest authentication device. Called Stylistic Q736, it’s a tablet featuring the company’s PalmSecure palm vein biometric technology. In addition to its vascular biometric reading capabilities, the 13.3″ tablet also features NFC technology allowing it to read smart cards, and uses encrypted drives and Intel’s TPM solution for secure data storage. And…

Fujitsu Truedentity Integration Leverages PalmSecure

Fujitsu Truedentity Integration Leverages PalmSecure

In a new partnership, Fujitsu has integrated OpenLimit’s data protection technology into its flagship biometric identification system. The resulting Fujitsu PalmSecure Truedentity platform leverages both Fujitsu’s palm vein biometrics scanning and OpenLimit’s Truedentity data transmission security. It’s a development aimed at better protecting the biometric identity data collected and transmitted via Fujitsu’s biometric system. Its…

JCB Introduces Palm Vein Payments

JCB Introduces Palm Vein Payments

Japan-based payment card company JCB is testing out a palm vein authentication system for payments. Having already conducted an in-house trial involving hundreds of employees this summer, the company is now preparing a public trial at the JCB World Conference this month. The system has been developed in collaboration with Fujitsu, a company that has…

Pages
  • 1
  • 2