Using Palm Vein Identification, ScanSys, Inc. Unveils a Revolutionary Application for Secure Identification and Authentication
Revolutionary application using palm vein imaging technology promises to expand to a wide range of vertical markets.
Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) May 13, 2013
Identifying authorized users through palm vein identification, the ScanSys sensor generates a biometric signature matched against pre-entered palm vein patterns, allowing for secure personnel identification in any industry. The application promises to expand to a wide range of vertical markets.
The ScanSys sensor uses near-infrared technology to capture a person’s palm vein pattern, generating a unique biometric signature that is matched against pre-entered palm vein patterns. The sophisticated palm vein identification technology provides highly reliable authentication that cannot be duplicated for fraudulent purposes, unlike photo IDs and other traditional identification methods.
This revolutionary technology promises to expand to a wide range of vertical markets, including security, healthcare, school security, daycare facility security, nursing home security, cruise ship and casino retail POS systems and time and attendance records.
Accurate, Secure and Rapid
–Advanced biometric authentication algorithm delivers ultra-low false acceptance rate (FAR) and False Rejection Rate (FRR)
–No residual trace technology prevents duplication by potential forgers.
–Encrypted storage of database and event logging
–Wide range of report generation to document POS, inventory, as well as time and attendance
–Fast and easy registration with virtually no enrollment error
Security implications are apparent in schools and other childcare facilities where only authorized parents or guardians may pick up a child from the facility, preventing abductions. Additionally, ingress and egress from institutions are secure, bypassing ID badges that can easily be stolen or duplicated.
Disclaimer: ScanSys, Inc. is a Florida-based corporation and has no affiliations with ScanSys CCTV.
Currently, ScanSys shares are privately owned by a group of initial investors. Future public offe
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