Vein Recognition

Vein Recognition

  Vein recognition is a method of biometric verification that uses sample-recognition techniques based completely on human finger vein patterns beneath the skin's surface. It matches vascular patterns in an individual's finger to previously acquired data. The haemoglobin in your blood carries oxygen and when it's transported from your lungs to the tissues by means of your arteries via few arteries this oxygen will be released. Vein sample recognition uses this distinction between deoxidised and oxygenated haemoglobin. Deoxidised haemoglobin absorbs infrared light, making the vein sample visible in case you use a scanner to light up with infrared light. Every person has a unique vein sample in their palm. Reference points in the sample can consequently be saved and the sample may be used as an identification and authentication.


  PalmSecure is a leading-edge authentication device that authenticates individuals based on vein pattern recognition in contrast to the conventional iris scanners or fingerprint readers. As veins are internal and have a host of differentiating features, it is extremely difficult to forge an identity. Therefore, this technology enables high-end protection.

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