Since its first use, biometrics has come a long way. While law enforcement agencies previously used it to identify criminals, biometrics is now widely used by banks, governments, offices, and consumers. For instance, there’s a high chance that your smartphone has a biometric recognition system. Different organizations and industries use different modalities—finger vein, fingerprint, iris, and facial recognition being the most common. While we’ve more or less covered every other modality, this article will discuss finger vein recognition and a popular finger vein scanner, Hitachi H1. Let’s look at how easily M2SYS eGov helps build custom identity management solutions with the finger vein scanner.
Hitachi H1 Finger Vein Scanner in a Nutshell
Several organizations prefer finger vein scanning over other modalities, as such patterns are impossible to replicate or reverse engineer. Moreover, it avoids problems present with fingerprint scanning.
For all of the above, the Hitachi H1 finger vein scanner is the ideal device available on the market. It is a robust, contactless, and non-invasive finger vein scanner that uses near-infrared light to detect finger vein patterns for identification.
While those were some of the highlights of Hitachi’s popular finger vein scanner, let’s look at how the M2SYS eGov platform helps build a custom identity management solution like a Marriage Registration System that can be used with the finger vein scanner.
The M2SYS eGov Platform
System integrators, especially those working with government projects, have a lot on their plates. In government identification projects, third-party integrations, configured solutions, and multiple hardware solutions are required. It becomes incredibly arduous for system integrators to meet all of the government agencies’ requirements should they opt for hand-coded solutions. The M2SYS eGov platform eliminates all of these problems.
An eGovernance solutions platform like no other, M2SYS eGov helps system integrators drastically reduce development cycle time. The robust solutions crafted with eGov can:
- Be configured to meet any government agency’s requirements.
- Be connected with third-party systems.
- Work seamlessly with any biometric hardware and software solution.
It’s pretty straightforward—system integrators can quickly modify existing eGov solutions or create new ones using drag-and-drop editors, adding custom workflows and automation, and then testing the solutions. However, as previously mentioned, what makes M2SYS eGov stand out is that it can be used with any popular biometric hardware available. As a result, these factors help system integrators deploy government projects rapidly.
Let’s look at how to use the Hitachi H1 Finger Vein Scanner with the M2SYS eGov platform.
Hitachi H1 with the M2SYS eGov Platform
To demonstrate how the Hitachi Finger-vein scanner pairs with the M2SYS eGov’s Marriage Registration System, let’s take a look at this hypothetical case.
John and his girlfriend Maria visit a marriage registration office to get married. After the standard validation process, the officer in charge recorded their information in the eGov Marriage Registration System and asked the couple to enroll their biometrics using the Hitachi Finger Vein scanner. As soon as John enrolled his finger vein, the system found a match with another existing marriage registry! Unfortunately, since John hadn’t yet legally divorced his previous partner, the marriage registration couldn’t occur.
This is precisely how M2SYS eGov’s Marriage Registration System prevents fake or sham marriages.
That was just one eGov solution, and it’s just the tip of the iceberg. With the M2SYS eGov platform, system integrators can easily create identity management solutions, connect any popular biometric hardware, and quickly hook into our platform. In addition, highly configurable eGovernance solutions like the Law Enforcement System, Pension Management System, and Prison Management System can be easily created and connected with third-party systems.
Contact us now to simplify your next eGovernance project and learn how we can help.