ATM gives cash via finger vein scan!

The  ATM runs on the latest in "finger vein" technology, with an infrared light detecting a unique pattern of micro-veins.
Tired of swiping your ATM card into the ATM slots,punching in the password to derive cash from ATM?
Now,there is an ATM developed which gives cash via “Finger Vein Scan”!
Read on..
The digit-scanning ATM, introduced in the Polish capital of Warsaw, runs on the latest in “finger vein” technology — an authentication system developed by Japanese tech giant Hitachi. The company says that an infrared light is passed through the finger to detect a unique pattern of micro-veins beneath the surface – which is then matched with a pre-registered profile to verify an individual’s identity.
“This is a substantially more reliable technique than using fingerprints,” Peter Jones, Hitachi’s head of security and solutions in Europe. Unlike fingerprints, which leave a trace and can be potentially reproduced, finger veins are impossible to replicate, according to Jones, because they are beneath the surface of the skin.
Information Courtesy:CNN


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4 Responses to ATM gives cash via finger vein scan!

  1. Manas Khatri says:

    Thanks for the nice article…
    Keep it up..

  2. Manas,
    Thanks a lot for dropping by 🙂

  3. Harini says:

    This would stop so many frauds and would be so much better. I hope these machines are used every where asap.

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