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Fujitsu présente le capteur de veines le plus petit et le plus fin au monde
Fujtsiu a annoncé aujourd’hui le plus petit et le plus fin capteur de reconnaissance par les veines sans contact au monde. Ce nouveau capteur possède des dimensions de 29.0 mm de large, 11.2 mm de haut et 29.0mm d’épaisseur, il possède également un système de capture d’image à haute vitesse qui capture en continue les veines de la paume de la main de l’utilisateur à 20 images par seconde et qui permet d’identifier instantanément la meilleure image capturées afin de la vérifier automatiquement.
The sensor’s smaller and slimmer form factor makes it easy to incorporate into the design of personal computers and other electronic devices, thereby helping to expand the range of potential applications for palm vein authentication.
With the inclusion of a high-speed image-capture function that can continuously capture up to 20 frames per second, as well as a feature that can instantly pick out the best image for authentication and automatically verify it, users do not need to hold their hand motionless over the sensor, as before, but can instead perform authentication by simply placing their palm lightly over the sensor. This enables a dramatic improvement in usability.
In biometric authentication, as ease-of-use has a direct impact on user comfort, Fujitsu has sought both robust security and superior user-friendliness for its palm vein authentication technology.
Until now, the individual’s palm needed to be held motionless over a relatively thick, specialized device in order to capture an image of the palm veins. However in order to make the technology readily applicable to an even broader range of applications, there has been significant demand for smaller, thinner sensors and an easier authentication process.
With an eye toward incorporating this sensor into a variety of electronic devices, Fujitsu has developed the world’s smallest and slimmest vein authentication sensor amongst a plethora of vein authentication devices including those for the finger or back of the hand. Moreover, the sensor’s high-speed image capture and automatic verification enable a dramatic improvement in usability. The key features of the new sensor are as follows:
1. World’s smallest and slimmest sensor
Fully leveraging its advantages as a palm vein authentication sensor that is contact-free and employs an image-reflective method for authentication, the new sensor is 29.0 mm wide, 11.2 mm tall, and 29.0 mm thick, making it the world’s smallest and thinnest sensor of its kind.
To make this form factor possible, Fujitsu developed a new lighting system for components inside the sensor used in photography that enables uniform illumination. The result is a photographic optical system that is half as thick as previous models. This smaller size greatly increases the range of devices into which the sensor can be incorporated.
2. Convenient authentication through high-speed image capturing and automatic verification
The sensor includes a high-speed image-capture system that continuously captures the user’s palm veins at 20 frames per second, as well as a feature that instantly identifies the best image from among the captured images and automatically verifies it. This allows users to perform authentication by simply placing their palm lightly over the sensor, rather than holding their hand motionless over the sensor, as before, thereby enabling highly-accurate and convenient operation.