Fujitsu Frontech North America (FFNA) is a leader in offering front-end solutions that help in handling data. Making use of a novel technology used by its partner concerns from Japan, FFNA has crossed a milestone in biometric solution with its release of PalmEntry2, a palm-vein biometric access control solution at its ASIS 2012 facility.
The PalmSecure biometric technology applied in the PalmEntry2 access controls has won award for its features such as ergonomic design, three-door configuration options (indoor, outdoor, multi-factor), private labeling options, multi-factor expandable capacity, improved outdoor installation capability, a novel design that enhances easy mount, and a software supporting 64-bit that makes enrollment of data easy and fast.
Christer Bergman, the Vice President of Fujitsu’s Biometric Solutions Group states that the PalmEntry2 access controls are easy to install in any physical control application. They feature quick image processing capacity and come with improvisation in the design and ergonomics. Mr. Bergman states that the release of PalmEntry2 at the ASIS 2012 is the fruit of two-years of hard work in design engineering.
PalmEntry2 featuring PalmSecure makes use of infrared rays to capture the palm-vein pattern of a user so as to generate a biometric template that goes along with the palm-vein patterns of registered users. PalmEntry2 is hygienic as it does not necessitate skin contact with the user and is non-invasive, not limited by skin type and conditions.
The new biometric solution is ergonomic, sleek and has low-profile design and multiple mounting configurations. The PalmEntry2 access controls are expected to hit the commercial market as they feature quick imaging capacity and improvised design in performance and appearance.