Fujitsu Demonstrates Physical/Logical SSO Using Vein Recognition

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Fujitsu Computer Products of America has linked physical and logical access capabilities with its PalmSecure biometric technology. The system reads the unique palm vein pattern each individual has. Scanners can be integrated into a mouse or a keypad entry terminal.

Jim Preasmyer, director of sales and business development for the Fujitsu unit, demonstrates both applications in the accompanying video taped at ASIS 2009 last week.. Pricing for the software is $40, the mouse is $427 and the sensor is $353, Preasmyer said. A server license that would support up to 250 users is $5000.


Fujitsu Computer Products of America has linked physical and logical access capabilities with its PalmSecure biometric technology. The system reads the unique palm vein pattern each individual has. Scanners can be integrated into a mouse or a keypad entry terminal.

Jim Preasmyer, director of sales and business development for the Fujitsu unit, demonstrates both applications in the accompanying video taped at ASIS 2009 last week.. Pricing for the software is $40, the mouse is $427 and the sensor is $353, Preasmyer said. A server license that would support up to 250 users is $5000.


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