The VS80 USB2.0 Finger Vein Scanner works with all major operating systems, and Futronic has also released a new version of its proprietary Windows logon control software, Fin Logon, which is provided free to customers purchasing the company’s fingerprint or vein scanners.“We have many years’ experience in making an optical fingerprint scanner, which was well leveraged to develop the vein scanner,” said YM Jiang, Futronic’s Marketing Director.“The finger vein scanner is a natural extension of our current family of fingerprint scanners.While it is designed as a cloud-based system, ORBL’s facial recognition can also be deployed to on-premise systems.
This new device gives our worldwide customers a choice for more secure biometric technology.”The company suggests vein recognition is an effective modality for banking industry applications due to its high resistance to forgery and spoofing.
Auraya brings voice biometrics to web browsers Auraya has made its EVA compatible with Open ID Connect 1.0 to enable secure and reliable contact center voice biometric services in web browsers.
No images are kept by default, and ORBL’s facial biometric technology is GDPR compatible.
ORBL’s algorithm is based on a multi-tiered neural network, which the company says perform better than legacy approaches for challenging matching conditions, such as low-lighting, angled facial images, or sophisticated disguise attempts.
Futronic’s FS80 is one of the most popular choices when it comes to USB 2.0 fingerprint scanners used for applications such as identity verification and registration.
It is an intelligent scanner that detects only live fingerprints and is not easily fooled by fake fingers made from silicon rubber or other materials for identity and information theft.
This technology is especially useful in times when identity and information theft is a rampant threat.
The scanner emits a signal which detects live fingers by a unique reflected signal before beginning the scanning process.
The FS80 is equipped with a patent pending live finger detection (LFD) technology that can produce undistorted raw fingerprint images and transfer it to a PC in under 100 ms.
The FS80 uses advanced CMOS technology which makes the scanner extremely power efficient.