Fujitsu to demonstrate biometric solutions at retail convention
Fujitsu Frontech North America announced it will be demonstrating a range of biometric solutions, including PalmEntry physical access control, during the National Retail Federation’s Annual 2015 Convention & Expo.
Fujitsu’s will be demonstrating PalmEntry physical access control as a secure alternative to key and combination systems for access to a safe containing the G60 compact bill recycling unit as well as door access.
Fujitsu will also host Biyo, formerly known as PulseWallet, which will be demonstrating its POS solution that uses Fujitsu’s PalmSecure technology for account access, account management and electronic payment.
Finally, Fujitsu will be demonstrating other biometric solutions, including palm vein authentication device PalmSecure sensor and the PalmSecure for single sign-on solution.
Held at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City from January 11 to 13, the NRF Big Show Convention & Expo is the largest retail event in the world.
“With the increasing number of physical and cyber-attacks as well as the exposure of cash to external theft and internal shrinkage, we believe the concepts demonstrated in our booth will resonate with most retailers,” says Randy Fox, vice president of currency handling and identity product solutions at Fujitsu Frontech North America. “The unique application of biometrics as a method for positive logical and physical access control will be more commonplace at POS and in back-office cash handling locations.”
Previously reported, Fujitsu will launch its multi-factor identity verification device, PalmSecure ID Match, on a global scale, with an initial launch in the EMEIA region in early 2015.