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Fujitsu Introduces Thin and Compact Vein Authentication Sensor

Fujitsu, a company that provides ICT-based business solutions, declared that it has conceptualized a vein authentication sensor, which is expected to be the thinnest sensor available in the global market. The small size of the authentication sensor enables it to be fitted into PC and other electronic equipment.

With the advanced image-capture function and automatic verification ability of the sensor, it is no longer mandatory for users to hold their hands in a firm position. The sensor has the capability to capture up to 20 frames per second at a stretch, which allows the authentication process to be performed in a successful manner.

In traditional authentication equipment, the palm of the user had to be held in a motionless position in order to capture the image of palm veins. The thinner and smaller sensor from Fujitsu allows easy authentication process. The high-speed sensor utilizes an image-reflective technique for authentication process. The sensor measures 29.0 mm wide, 29.0 mm thick and 11.2 mm tall.

The vein authentication sensor with small form factor was made possible as Fujitsu devised a new lighting system for the sensor’s components that delivers uniform illumination. The resultant photographic optical equipment has half the thickness of the earlier versions.

Source: http://www.fujitsu.com/

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