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Fujitsu PalmSecure Physical Access Control Systems Find New Global Integrator

Fujitsu PalmSecure Physical Access Control Systems Find New Global Integrator

March 26, 2014 – by Peter B. Counter      As the physical access control industry gears up for ISC West in Las Vegas next week (April 2 to 4), providers of the biometric technology that keeps intruders out of where they don’t belong are releasing their big news along with their exhibition floor addresses. Today,…

Lenel Systems Certifies MorphoTrak To Keep Access Control Accessible

Lenel Systems Certifies MorphoTrak To Keep Access Control Accessible

February 20, 2014 – by Peter B. Counter      In the current market landscape for biometric access control, it is key that adoption barriers are dissolved as much as possible. Interoperability in security systems and the readers that allow for biometric upgrades give customers more choices so that they can custom tailor their protection of…

M2SYS Supports Sherlock Light Emitting Fingerprint Sensor From Integrated Biometrics

February 18, 2014 – by Peter B. Counter      The Sherlock LES fingerprint sensor from Integrated Biometrics set a benchmark in identity. Sherlock is the first non-optical fingerprint sensor to achieve FBI Appendix R certification. It’s light-weight and durable design makes it versatile in terms of deployment, a flexibility that is augmented with the…

Peter O’Neill of findBIOMETRICS interviews Toby Rush, CEO, EyeVerify

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fB: Can you explain the patent situation regarding Eyeprints? I understand you have a couple of patents secured, is that correct?

EV: We currently have five patents issued, six patents pending and we will file many more in 2014. We are the only company in the world that is able to do the Eyeprint. So there are really no competitors today with the Eyeprint. So it is not like we are arguing about whose patents are better, we literally have all the patents surrounding the Eyeprint biometric. We feel very confident in our IP position. So we are going have good control over the modality and be able to shepherd it in these early days of commercialization.

fB: What market segments are you focusing on?

EV: Our focus is mobile centric biometrics. The idea of killing the password has become very popular and that applies across so many different sectors. The markets that will move first are regulated industries such as finance, insurance, public sector and healthcare. Immediate use cases are…

The Biometric Social Network and Keystroke Authentication

The Biometric Social Network and Keystroke Authentication

January 24, 2014 – by Peter B. Counter      The mainstreaming of strong authentication solutions has been the hottest of technology topics in the past six months, especially after the Apple iPhones 5S brought fingerprint biometrics to the hands of a massive section of the American public in September. Since then, a great number…

CES 2014: Palm Vein Payment Protection With PulseWallet and PalmSecure Technology

CES 2014: Palm Vein Payment Protection With PulseWallet and PalmSecure Technology

January 7, 2014 – by Peter B. Counter      Biometric payment protection and digital wallets are terms usually associated with smartcards that aggregate the contents of a pocketbook or smartphone apps that will let you physically pay for in store goods. Generally belonging under the umbrella term of “mCommerce,” these new forms of mobile payment…

Biometric Payments: PulseWallet Chooses Fujitsu’s Palm-Vein Technology for Point of Sale Transaction Terminals

Biometric Payments: PulseWallet Chooses Fujitsu’s Palm-Vein Technology for Point of Sale Transaction Terminals

November 20, 2013 – by Peter B. Counter      Biometrics and payment aren’t a combination that is confined solely to the world of mCommerce, currently developing around innovations that incorporate fingerprint, face or voice recognition into mobile devices. There is a clear convenience inherent in the idea of pay-with-your-phone solutions and mobile wallets, but…

findBIOMETRICS Industry News Roundup October 14-18

findBIOMETRICS Industry News Roundup October 14-18

This week has brought the industry’s focus to London, England, where the 16th annual Biometrics Exposition and Conference was hosted, while the world of mobile biometrics continued to expand at an encouraging rate. During the exhibition, we were on the receiving end of some launch announcements, notably in the areas of fingerprint technology, with DigitalPersona,…

M2SYS and Hitachi Release Finger Vein and Fingerprint ID Device

October 17, 2013 – by Peter B. Counter With the recent torrent of fingerprint sensor news, now that Touch ID and similar solutions are poised to replace traditional passwords, it is easy to forget that you ridges, loops and whorls aren’t the only distinguishing features of your personal digits. Your fingers also contain vein patterns,…

Contactless Biometrics Can Help Keep Employees Healthy During Flu Season

September 30, 2013 – by Peter B. Counter Biometric time and attendance solutions are nothing new. Multi-factor fingerprint and hand recognition solutions are measuring staff work hours all across the globe. This saves on efficiency and fosters an honest attitude of time measuring, preventing late or absent staff from being signed in by clever co-workers.…

Global Biometric Healthcare Market to Reach $5.8 Billion By 2019

September 27, 2013 – by Peter B. Counter In 2012 the global healthcare biometrics market was valued at $1.2 billion (USD). This encompasses all authenticating factors including fingerprint, face, iris, voice, vein, signature and hand recognition solutions, all of which have a wide variety of uses in the medical space, whether it’s in the area…

Enter Apple, Exit PINs – The Week In Biometrics (September 9-13)

September 13, 2013 – by Peter B. Counter In a week that saw Apple finally announce what the world of biometrics has been waiting to hear since it acquired AuthenTec and with it all of those shiny fingerprint patents – that the iPhone 5S will be doing away with PINs in favor of a fingerprint…

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