Would you expect to find a solution based on biometric technology that provides employees with fast and highly secure access to personal data in SAP in a vast and sparsely populated country like Namibia? Although I have been visiting this beautiful desert country privately for more than 20 years and have seen great achievements and
Success story for biometric kiosks for employees. Fujitsu and SAP make it happen in Namibia
MAY 7, 2015 BIOMETRIC SCANNERS – THE FUTURE OF KIOSK SECURITY IS NOW! Biometric security is on a rapid growth curve, and the market for biometric scanning devices is expected to reach $13.8 billion in 2015>. Traditionally, biometric security methods have been employed by government agencies, but with the use of biometric security in consumer devices, such as… Read More »
Acuity Market provides new numbers to complement the new deployment news. Thanks Maxine! Craig Keefner‘s insight: Earlier this month, Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and Chicago O’Hare — two of the world’s busiest airports — announced the introduction of biometric Automated Passport Control (APC) kiosks. According to Maxine Most, Principal at Acuity Market Intelligence, “APC kiosks offer a cost effective and… Read More »
The Vancouver Airport Authority has announced an upgrade to its BorderXpress kiosks, with new biometric technology from Cross March that enables international Craig Keefner‘s insight: Interesting too is the purchase of Digital Persona by Cross Match which consolidates a large range of biometrics See on www.biometricupdate.com
The new version of the Border Xpress Automated Passport Control kiosk makes use of fingerprint technology and can be used by travellers from 38 countries. Craig Allen Keefner‘s insight: According to Vancouver Airport Authority, the updated kiosk reduces the CBP inspection process by 89%, and lowers overall waiting times at the customs checkpoint by 50% See on www.futuretravelexperience.com
Travelers willing to pay an annual fee could have an easier time making their way through security checkpoints beginning…
Learn more about biometric kiosks & how they offer instant ID processing, these kiosks are customizable in functionality. Contact Us to learn more. Source: www.olea.com
one week from now in London, the latest trends and security techniques will be shown at Biometrics 2014. Learn how the most current technology can mitigate SAP insider fraud. Come visit us with Fujitsu at STAND W60 to see how SAP users are combining PalmSecure biometric readers with SAP-certified bioLock software to prevent unauthorized activity in SAP. PalmSecure is… Read More »
Biometric technology is helping to drive forward a major expansion of the self-service technology market, according to a new report. Source: findbiometrics.com
Clear, a biometrics security company, plans to add lanes at Los Angeles International Airport.
The kiosks, which resemble ATMs, will be expanded by the end of March to three more airports: Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and LAX. Editor note: Kiosks are designed and made by Olea Kiosks.
The kiosks can process new customers in under four minutes by utilizing biometric authentication, and at a cost to the bank of just $4 per new customer.
Fingerprint and photo. $4 a customer is the cost and over 100,000 customers signed up so far. 700 kiosks.