M2SYS Technology Partners with Hitachi to Offer Innovative Biometric Finger Vein Scanner to US Market

May 15, 2012 - 

Hitachi Europe Ltd. has expanded its global reach by partnering with M2SYS Technology to unveil its H1 Biometric Finger Vein scanner to cater to US market. The strategic venture was announced in April of this year.

M2SYS continues to dominate the US market by specializing in enterprise-ready biometric software and hardware solutions. With Hitachi as partner, it ushers in a new line of products using the H1 Finger Vein scanners.

wordpress125x125 Michael Trader, president of M2SYS, said: “By adding this to our portfolio of biometric solutions, we will be able to better customize our offerings to the specific needs of our customers across the globe.”

Finger vein scanning technology was developed by Hitachi and it has been considered as one of the most advanced biometric identification to date. It is a non-invasive technology that captures images of the vein patterns inside the finger by passing near-infra red light sources through the finger. As the hemoglobin in the veins partially absorbs it, the image is captured on the camera. This answers the usual problems of inaccessibility posed by aged or dry or sweaty fingers. As the finger vein patterns are internal to the body, it becomes impossible to forge thus provides that high-level security needed by customers.

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