Choosing the Right Biometrics Solution is this Obvious
Biometrics systems should…
Be usable by the whole population (user group)
It is known that more than 5% of the adult population cannot use fingerprint systems. This is mainly due to the absence or weakness of their fingerprints. About 2% of people do not have proper fingerprints, and many people who use their hands intensively for work generate a very weak signal to fingerprint scanners.
The HVPR System provides 99.98% usability, which means almost all of the general population can use the system without any problem
Not leave a trace of the users residual features after use
If a biometrics system leaves residual features after physical contact, the features would be easily duplicated and/or forged. It is known that fraudulent fingerprints can be easily made by the residual fingerprint on the surface of the sensor.
The HVPR System uses the vascular pattern below the skin leaving behind no residual features and impossible to duplicate.
Be able to reject non-human features from being enrolled
Non-human features must not be allowed to be enrolled by a biometrics for it to be considered a true biometrics system.
The HVPR System’s Human Criteria Decision (HCD) algorithm recognizes non-human features and prevents the ability to enroll.
Advantages of Hand Vascular Pattern Recognition
Uniqueness – Even twins’ hands are different
Stability – No changes over long period
Excellent accuracy over long period
Large scale features – High performance even with reasonably big scars and contamination
Advantages of VP-II X Hand Vascular Scanner
HCD (Human Criteria Decision) algorithm
Invisible biometric feature – Eliminate spoofing
Harsh environmental robustness
User privacy protected
Excellent user perception and convenience