Fujitsu develops world's smallest and slimmest palm vein biometric authentication sensor deployable in tablet devices

Fujitsu Laboratories Limited today announced development of the world's smallest and slimmest palm vein authentication sensor that is capable of being employed in tablet devices. By upgrading the technology's design with new image sensors and other optical components, Fujitsu Laboratories has successfully slimmed down the new sensor to a thickness of 5 mm.

Fujitsu develops world's smallest and slimmest palm vein biometric authentication sensor deployable in tablet devices

Fujitsu Laboratories Limited today announced development of the world's smallest and slimmest palm vein authentication sensor that is capable of being employed in tablet devices. By upgrading ...

Wed 2 May 12 from Phys.org

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Fujitsu develops smallest palm vein biometric authentication sensor

Fujitsu Laboratories Limited announced development of the world's smallest and slimmest palm vein authentication sensor that is capable of being employed in tablet devices. By upgrading the ...

Wed 2 May 12 from R&D Mag

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