Biometric access control through a finger
March 1, 2005
The VA100 blood vessel authentication system from iAccess Systems Inc. is a biometric access control device that uses the unique image of the blood vessel pattern in a finger for registration and authentication. A PIN number is used to locate the userâ€™s template in memory. Each system can support up to 800 users, with an option to support 3,000 users. For high security applications, the system authenticates in less than one second with a false acceptance rate of 0.0001 percent and a false rejection rate of 0.01 percent. iAccess Systems Inc.
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