Diagram showing the new sensor's size and capabilities
Fujitsu says that its new Palm Vein Biometric Authentication Sensor has 80 percent less volume than its predecessor, claiming the title of the world's smallest and slimmest
Since creating the first contact-free palm vein authentication sensor in 2003, Fujitsu's biometric security solution has been getting smaller and smaller. Now, the company has developed a new system that's half the thickness of current offerings yet retains the same performance and accuracy levels as the latest commercially-available PalmSecure designs. The Japanese tech giant is claiming the title of the world's smallest and slimmest palm vein authentication sensor for its new creation and says that it will likely be headed for use in mobile products such as tablet computers, although there's currently no indication as to when that might be.
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