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NUDT develops human body vein identification system

By Wang Wowen and Ge Linnan (China Military Online)

08:29, January 15, 2013

The human body vein identification system developed by the College of Electronic Science and Engineering of the National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) got approval from security and protection experts on January 9, 2013. This is a new breakthrough in China's biologic feature identification technology.

Biologic feature identification technology is a technology that makes use of those biologic or behavioral characteristics of human body which are collectible and measurable to recognize people. Currently, there are three primary approaches: fingerprint identification, iris identification and facial identification.

According to the briefing, the vein identification system is the third-generation biologic identification technology which is able to recognize a person by scanning the unique vein pattern of the human body. Compared with the three identification technologies mentioned above, the vein identification system is not only fast, stable, reliable, safe and clean, but also difficult to counterfeit, replicate, or lose. Therefore, it proves highly secure.

The vein identification system can effectively prevent various cracking means through its specialized independent processing circuits and high-intensity encryption. It can be widely applied in such fields as security, finance and national defense, and can also be used at important sites such as the security check points at harbors and airports, hospital and disease control zones, parking lots and so forth. It bears a significant role in improving the security level of our country and safeguarding the safety of people's lives and properties.

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