With the Palm-ID Card, you benefit from unique dual security: biometrics and a linked card. The Palm-ID Card combines reliable vein pattern recognition with the proven card reader technology from our partner, deister electronic. The result? The most advanced biometric recognition on the most secure card! This makes the Palm-ID Card fully compliant with GDPR guidelines.
Palm-ID Card parts
The Palm-ID Card consists of the following components: a palm scanner, a controller, a SIC and a card reader.
The palm scanner then reads the offered palm, and sends it to the controller as a template.
The controller compares the offered, physical palm to the template on the card.
Palm-ID Card accessories
As accessory, amongst others, we offer a Palm-ID registration kit. This tabletop model is easy to transport, and you can register palms on the user card at multiple locations. The pattern is not saved as an image: it is immediately encoded and stored digitally on the card as a registered template.
Installation and implementation
Installation and implementation of Palm-ID-Card is supported by deister electronic and carried out by recognised system integrators and installers with appropriate knowledge of access control systems and security. We support our partners with on-site and remote information and training. We always try to provide a solution that perfectly matches your needs and requirements. If you would like more information or to become a distributor, please contact us.
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