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Hitachi unveils finger vein pattern reader module – already deployed at ATMs – reduced to 3mm & targeted for mobile [J] http://bit.ly/49LSuH
The finger vein pattern recognition module of 3milli in thickness. Hitachi Ltd. has succeeded in reducing the thickness of the module for Finger vein pattern recognition has been put to practical use by the ATM etc. It was only 3milli in thickness, and enabled installing in the mobile device such as cellular phones.
Hitachi Ltd. announces that they succeeded in reducing the thickness of Finger vein pattern recognition module has been put to practical use by the ATM and management of the insertion leaving a room, etc. on August 26, 2009. Newly the attestation accuracy equal with the module is maintained so far, and when it is difficult, the developed module says that it enabled it install in the mobile device such as done cellular phones by a current restriction of space only 3milli about 1/7 ratio sizes of this company in the past in thickness.
A technological point for equipped with the mobile device is two. It had high sensitivity in the far-red light, and one eyes newly developed, and changed to the module structure that is appropriate for reducing the thickness a flat sensor of the finger vein pattern that was able to take a picture of noncontact. Even if the outside light such as sunlight (20,000lux) hit the sensor, the second took the signal processing technology that reduced the influence of the finger vein pattern on the observation. Via IT Media.