Logical Access Reader

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23 févr. 2014 (il y a 3 années et 4 mois)

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Matching of finger vein patterns

Finger Vein Biometric Device

For more information go to:

www.hitachi.us/fingervein


Hitachi Security Solutions

Lew Iadarola

(202) 285
-
8034

lewis.iadarola@hal.hitachi.com

The Technology

Near
-
infrared

light

is

transmitted

through

the

finger

and

partially

absorbed

by

hemoglobin

in

the

veins,

enabling

an

image

of

the

finger

vein

pattern

to

be

captured

by

the

CCD

camera
.

The Markets

Our

capabilities

and

strengths

enable

applications

in

a

variety

of

areas
.

-

Windows Logon

-

Time and Attendance

-

Membership Verification

Near
-
Infrared Light (LED)

Light Transmission

Finger Veins

CCD Camera

Captured Vein image

Extraction of FV pattern

Stored Template/Data

IC card

Vein pattern

template

Authentication Outcome

PC or Data

Server

Vein pattern

data file

Logical Access Reader

-

Domain Logon

-

Healthcare Identification

-

Custom Applications


The
veins

are inside the body, invisible to the eye, and not accessible. T
herefore, it is
extremely difficult

to forge and
impossible

to manipulate.



The use of
l
ight transmission

to gather biometric data means that the
condition of

the skin surface

does not affect accurate processing.



The use of
unique vein patterns

plus leading
-
edge technology means
high

accuracy

rates (very low FTE, FRR and FAR) as tested during the CBT round 6 conducted by
the International Biometric Group (IBG).



Only a

small amount of data

is required, allowing
fast authentication

(< 1 second)
and
increased portability
.

The Business Case

FV offers a
fast, convenient, and non
-
invasive method of authentication, while
maintaining consumer privacy.


The Specifications

High

security,

private,

and

excellent

accuracy

in

a

small

footprint

with

a

competitive

price

in

the

market

makes

FV

the

correct

choice
.

For more information go to:

www.hitachi.us/fingervein


Hitachi Security Solutions

Lew Iadarola

(202) 285
-
8034

lewis.iadarola@hal.hitachi.com


Interface

USB1.1

Dimensions (inch) W x D x H

59(W) x 82(D) x 74(H)mm (2.3*3.2*2.9in)

Weight (lbs)

96g (3.4 oz)

Max electric power consumption (mA)

DC 5V <500mA Power from USB

Operating Conditions:


Operating temperature (Fahrenheit)


Humidity (%)


50
°
to 95
°

10 to 80 (Do not allow condensation)

Minimum PC Requirements:


CPU


Memory


HDD


Pentium III 600MHz

128 Mbytes

50 Mbytes (Capacity changes according
to the number of registered fingers.
Approximately 1 Kbyte per finger.)

OS

Windows XP Home Edition

Windows XP Professional

Windows 2000 Professional

Windows 2000 Server

Windows Server 2003

Development Toolkit Availability

Yes, SDK with full documentation.
Programmable in C#, C++, or Visual
Basic

Logical Access Reader