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BioSec developing biometric fast lane solution for events

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BioSec Group announced today it is developing a biometric vein-based fast lane solution for events of all sizes that can reduce waiting times and improve user experience.

The BioSec fast lane solution can be deployed as a fixed solution or as a mobile wireless system in indoor and outdoor environments. Event attendees access the venue using a contactless palm vein sensor that authenticates the user in one second. The fast lane solution requires visitors to register in advance and pay a registration fee. Venues can be connected and visitors only need to register once.

With this personalized ticket solution only entitled users can access the event venue while banned people can quickly be recognized and denied entry. “Besides the high security level, palm vein recognition is also a convenience solution,” explained BioSec Group CEO, Péter Györgydeák. “Combined with ease of use and fast authentication time, it is truly a perfect solution for any event.”

The Hungarian security company expects to launch this solution in Q2 2019.

BioSec and technology partner Fujitsu demonstrated an interactive stadium security concept based on biometric palm vein recognition at the Arena Summit this month in Germany.

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