Half a century ago, no one could even imagine how quickly biometric identification technologies will become an integral part of our life. For a long time, their use was limited only to law enforcement agencies. However, a number of events in different parts of the world have demonstrated that outdated systems of physical access and business protection have suffered a complete fiasco. The modern world requires a new approach to safety and quality of service.
A convincing example is the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan in March 2011, when many people lost their personal documents and bank cards. This was the reason for the creation of a unified biometric system that can guarantee a high level of security and prevent similar situations in the future.
The method of biometric identification of a person based on the vascular pattern of the palm appeared 20 years ago. However, thanks to the Japanese company, Fujitsu quickly expanded to all industries that required protecting information from unauthorized access and improving customer service.